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Watch Jericho Rosales Dance Like a Mad Man In His Hilarious New Commercial

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You may know Jericho Rosales as an award-winning actor, restaurateur, activist, or even as a singer. But did you know that the man can dance?

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As the star of Advil's campaigns, Rosales has pretty much done it all. (Remember his 'emote' commercial where he put his acting chops to the test?) This time around, to put a hilarious spin on the ads, Rosales decided to showcase his dancing skills instead with moves inspired by what the anti-inflammatory drug treats. These include headaches, arthritis, backaches, muscle pain, toothaches, and fever.

As you can imagine, this made for some hilarious dance steps. Impressively, it seems Rosales made up all the steps on the spot, and all in one take which makes it all the more amusing.

On Facebook, television commercial director Sid Maderazo said: "This Advil TVC was shot in one take with no rehearsals. @jerichorosalesofficial just went for it, seamlessly changing his dance moves to each body pain. Mahusay! #itsawrapsarap"


That's not all, however, in the ending Rosales does an improv that just has to be seen. It starts off as a summary of every move and ends with a little rooster-like strut.

A true masterpiece.

Check out the hilarious clip below.

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