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Lily Collins brings Emily Cooper back for hilarious Olympic pitch

Lily Collins and Noah Lyles come together for Paris Olympics Ad

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Lily Collins brings Emily Cooper back for hilarious Olympic pitch

Lily Collins and Noah Lyles come together for Paris Olympics Ad

Lily Collins brings Emily Cooper back for hilarious Olympic pitch
Lily Collins brings Emily Cooper back for hilarious Olympic pitch

Emily in Paris star Lily Collins is bringing her iconic character, Emily Cooper, back in a new NBC promotional ad for the upcoming 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.

According to PEOPLE report, the ad features Collins pitching a creative marketing idea for a special uniform designed for U.S. Olympic sprinter Noah Lyles.

In the fictional scenario, Lyles, recognized as the "fastest man in the world," ends up donning an extravagant gold armored outfit created by the fictional designer Pierre Caudault from the Netflix series.

The twist comes when Lyles mistakenly drapes his competitors with a lengthy gold cape during a race.

The ad captures a blend of humor and excitement, combining elements from the fictional world of Emily in Paris with the anticipation of the real-life Paris Olympics.

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Jenny Storms, NBCUniversal's chief marketing officer, is thrilled with Lily Collins' involvement in the Olympic campaign.

He emphasized on how Emily Cooper's stylish pitch seamlessly fits the strategy, adding excitement to the upcoming Paris Olympic Games, a global fashion hub.

He said, "as we kick off an Olympic year, we are delighted that Lily Collins, as Emily Cooper, will bring her fantastical marketing ideas to our Olympic campaign, her stylish pitch fits perfectly with our strategy and will generate excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris, one of the fashion capitals of the world."

Noah Lyles, aiming to continue his success in track and field, is set to compete in the 2024 Olympics after winning gold in both the 100 and 200-meter events at the 2023 World Championships.

The ad, set to debut during NBC Sports' coverage of the NFL Playoffs' wild card game scheduled for July 26 to August 11.

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