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Carl's Jr. Turkey Burger Commercial Featuring Miss Turkey

Check Out the New Carl's Jr. Commercial, Featuring Miss Turkey

We were mighty surprised Monday to hear that Carl's Jr. and its brother restaurant, Hardee's, were going the healthy route with a new turkey burger under 500 calories — but far less shocked to hear about its commercial campaign featuring a scantily clad Miss Turkey in a bikini. After all, she'd only be following in the footsteps of Paris Hilton, Padma Lakshmi, Audrina Patridge, and Kim Kardashian.

Thankfully, there's no silly statement from Miss Turkey about growing up with fond Carl's Jr. memories. The commercial does have a twist, however: there's even more burger than meets the eye. Check out the spot when you read more.

What do you think of the new commercial? Is it funny, or is the babe-with-a-burger schtick getting old?

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Michael-Yummy Michael-Yummy 3 years
yum yum yum yum.
Mertdawg Mertdawg 4 years
The naming of our country of Turkiye of Turkey is irresponsible on the institution that did that. It should be spelt and pronounce "Turkiya" so this confusion between my race and a bird is gone. On one hand, it lets all the US guys know that Turkish women are beautiful but on the other hand it further degenerates our status in American culture by taking the country name with the bird. I actually take great offense to this commercial as an American Turk.
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