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Commercial slots aired during the Super Bowl are highly coveted, and you can bet on some outrageous advertisements.

One of the most bizarre commercials involved actor Jason Momoa shedding his skin.


We are used to seeing the hunky tattooed bod of the Aquaman star, but nothing could prepare fans for the visual nightmare to come during the airing of the LIV Super Bowl.

Home lending company Rocket Mortgage featured the former Game of Thrones actor about being "comfortable in his own skin."

We all know Momoa does not shy away from going shirtless whether he is on or off camera, but home viewers were not expecting his interpretation about being comfortable in his own skin.

Momoa started off the ad successfully evading the paparazzi and describing what "home" meant to him.

"It's the one place I can let my guard down."

Then things took a bizarre turn when he said:

"It's where I can just kick back and be totally comfortable in my own skin."

He cooly delivered the line while tearing off the outer layers of his burly arms, revealing significantly lankier limbs.


Momoa was just getting started.

He continued to shed other parts of his body and gradually exposed a significantly leaner physique.

Fans simply could not process what they were seeing.

He continued:

"Rocket Mortgage understands that home is where I can be myself and that feels pretty darn good."

And with that, he ripped off his toupee and had the audacity to give his dumbstruck fans a casual smirk to the camera.





The ad concluded with Momoa's wife and actress, Lisa Bonet, spotting him on the bench press and revealing her strength by nimbly racking away the barbell he was struggling with.




Fans were shook.








Most of Twitter lauded Rocket Mortgage for their humorous ad.







Did Rocket Mortgage score big time with their freakish commercial?

Or did seeing a gangling Aquaman leave you wanting to seek a new lease on life?

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