During the nearly two-minute long spot, the 19-year-old actress, who plays Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, promotes the company’s new 4G Super-Voice technology by revealing how she gets rid of black spots — a name for both areas without wireless signal and skin blemishes.
She parodies all the clichés of a stereotypical skincare ad, contrasting her newfound confidence with the dread she used to feel at the thought of leaving her room. “I wake up in the morning and can’t wait to check how many Hollywood job offers I’ve had,” she says during one hilarious moment.
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