Oh yes, she's done it again. Notoriously famous for being famous for nothing at all, Kim Kardashian has once again got millions of people around the world talking about her. Yet, this time it isn't because of her derrière's attempts to "break the internet."
Instead, she just wants to fix your mobile contract.
In the new campaign for T-Mobile, she begins discussing the serious issue in a solemn and very dead-pan way:
"Each month, millions of gigs of unused data are taken back by wireless companies"
Speaking about the mobile giant's new Data Stash feature, she reminds her audience about the importance of utilizing their unused data. According to Kim, the waste of this data on a monthly basis is simply "tragic!"
Passionately gazing into the camera lens, she goes on to eagerly remind us that:
"Data you paid for that could be used to see my make-up, my backhand, my outfits, my vacations, and my outfits. Sadly all lost. Please, help save the data."
Accompanying the weighty matter that is clearly so close to her heart, the advert exposes a series of scenes in which she hilariously pokes fun at her own troubling obsession with selfies.
As the queen of self-promotion on social media, who else could have done a better job of marketing the importance of data? I mean, the woman has published a book about herself called Selfie for goodness sake.
Clearly, whether you like her or not, Kim has once and for all proven that she can take a joke. And she shows this wonderfully by graciously admitting the ridiculousness of her own Instagram mania.
Check out the advert below in full and let me know what you think:
Did you know that Super Bowl adverts are some of the most expensive in the world and nearly half of all viewers in America tune into the game simply for the commercial entertainment they provide?
Whether you like her or not, Kim can definitely be given a pat on the back. Once again, she has gone and done it and cashed in on the main prize.
Check out some of the best adverts set to stream during the big game on February 2, 2015: