Cindy Crawford Recreates Her Iconic 1992 Pepsi Ad
Cindy Crawford Recreates Her Iconic 1992 Pepsi Ad. Model Cindy Crawford just shared with her Instagram followers that she recreated her iconic Pepsi commercial for a really great cause.
The original commercial, which was filmed in 199 when Cindy would have been 29 at the time, made huge waves when it premiered at the Super Bowl.
Twenty-nine years later, the supermodel traveled back to the original shoot location—and brought along the same hairdresser, too. ‘We returned back to the original Halfway House from the famous @pepsi commercial I did in 1992 to recreate the moment,’ she shared in her Instagram post.
Here’s what the original Pepsi ad looked like, with Crawford in her iconic white vest and Daisy Dukes denim shorts:
Fellow model Helena Christensen commented, ‘👏🔥❤️😍 cool in every way,’ and Reese Witherspoon wrote, ‘Truly gorgeous! And for a great cause ❤️.’
Crawford also shared some behind-the-scenes shots in her Instagram Stories, that show her rocking the same cut-off jean shorts and white vest.
Between the cowboy hat and the strut, she looks even stronger than she did 29 years ago:
She does 3 rounds of 20-30-40 reps of standing bicycle crunches, sumo squat side to side crunches, low plank ab saws (4 reps and hold and repeat), low plank with alternating knee taps, hamstring hold with alternating scissors, bicycle crunches, kneeling plank with alternating reach elbow to knee, and side body raises to oblique crunches on each side.
As for her diet, Crawford knows the importance of nourishing her body so she eats lots of protein and vegetables. ‘The more you eat healthily, the more you want to do it because you feel better,’ she told People, which usually includes things like salmon and asparagus or turkey meatballs over raw spinach on her plate.
‘I start out with a protein shake. That gets me through with very even energy. Have a salad for lunch. I feel better with protein so I like a salad with fish or chicken. Allow yourself the snack,’ she said.
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