This year's Super Bowl ads include babies, celebrities, and stampede of wieners

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Watching the commercials that come on during the Super Bowl is as much of a tradition as watching the game itself.

This year, viewers can expect running hot dogs and a musical ad about the Super Bowl sponsored by the NFL.

As usual some big celebrities will be starring in many of the ads.

Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen do a spoof on the ongoing political campaigning in a commercial for Bud Light. 

Helen Mirren is featured in a Budwiser ad asking people to #GiveADamn and not drink and drive. 

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Heinz has released an ad showing a stampede of wiener dogs running toward people dressed up as Heinz products.

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Perhaps one that is already getting a lot of buzz is the NFL's ad which features groups of babies, children, and adults who were conceived on Super Bowls Sunday.

They are singing a parody of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose."

The artist Seal makes an appearance in the ad which aims to deliver the message that football is family.

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If you love singing animals (especially sheep) this Honda ad is right up your alley. 

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And California Avocados have some fun with the human race and our love of emojis. 

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Other commercials include T-Mobile's ad featuring rapper Drake.

There's also a Snicker's commercial starring actor William Dafoe dressed as Marilyn Monroe. 

The cost of a 30-second spot during the Super Bowl this year runs about $5 million.

Last year's Super Bowl got about 114 million viewers, making it the most watched broadcast in history.