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Rejected Super Bowl ads

Many Super Bowl ads never make it past the censors. These five raunchy spots were rejected for air, but of course the companies posted them online.

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GoDaddy, GoBeaver
GoDaddy, GoBeaver
GoDaddy: The Internet domain name outfit has made a name for itself with salacious ads starring sexy girls in comical situations - but not all of them make it to air. GoDaddy has had 38 Super Bowl ads rejected since 2005.

The rejected ad: GoDaddy's long list of banned ads includes 2008's "Exposure," which features glamorous girls climbing out of limos in a sly reference to starlets getting caught by paparazzi without underwear.

Why it was rejected: "Fox did not approve of the word and references to 'beaver,' which GoDaddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons did not want to remove," said Fox spokeswoman Elizabeth Driscoll.


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Last updated January 25 2011: 3:42 PM ET

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