Did you know, Cristiano Ronaldo Presents ‘Jingle Bells’ for his new headphones commercial
Cristiano Ronaldo Presents ‘Jingle Bells’ for his new earphones business. In a Christmas TV advert advancing his customized range earphones to those with space still to fill in their leggings. The Real Madrid whiz as of late collaborated with the sound authorities Monster through his own particular organization ROC Live Life Loud, to deliver a line of co-marked earphones. In the commercial, the 30-year-old endeavours to tap out the well-known tune of ‘Jingle Bells‘ tune utilizing different items – including a toaster, wine glasses and even the staircase – around what seems, by all accounts, to be his home in Spain.
Watch the commercial in which Cristiano Ronaldo Presents ‘Jingle Bells’:
In the commercial, Cristiano Ronaldo Presents takes advantage of the cadence of his surroundings (through the completely clear solid from his ROC earphones, clearly) and by one means or another form the tune of Jingle Bells. For no specific reason, the clasp then finishes up with the previous Manchester United man clumsily swaying his head for 15 seconds. Ronaldo as of late said he wants to “retire with nobility,” so maybe this is his endeavour at winning a section in the musical Stomp when he hangs up his boots.
Ronaldo scored in the weekend’s 4-1 triumph over Getafe to facilitate the weight on battling boss Rafa Benitez, whose side trails Barcelona in La Liga and has been ousted from the Copa Del Rey over a regulatory mistake. With Barcelona drawing against Valencia, Real have shut the crevice at the highest point of the table to a solitary point as they plan for Malmo’s visit in their last Champions League gathering amusement on Tuesday. The Portuguese have now scored in his last three recreations in all rivalries, in spite of the fact that inability to win any flatware last season and a generally dreary begin to this term is relied upon to see Ronaldo lose his Ballon d’Or grant – with most despised opponent Lionel Messi the most loved to recover the prize on January 11.