After the Uber Eats Super Bowl commercial aired, fans posed a question on Twitter: “You really think #CardiB knew who Wayne and Garth were when they pitched her that commercial?” Twitter user @nnhill imagined how that conversation might have gone: “‘It was an old #SNL skit that turned into a movie. You’ll just have to trust us, it was funny. You’ll open up a whole new demo for your brand.'”
Cardi B had no comment about how much she knew about Wayne’s World before she was asked to do the Uber Eats Super Bowl commercial — at least not on Twitter. The star did post a five-second video of her sitting next to Carvey, dressed in Garth’s trademark flannel, Buddy Holly glasses, and blond wig. Her only message in the tweet was “EAT LOCAL,” echoing the theme of the Uber Eats ad.
We think Cardi B looked right at home in Wayne’s basement, joining Wayne and Garth in a variation on their theme song: “Local eats! Wayne’s World! Yummy time! Excellent!” In any case, Cardi B was the obvious choice as a Wayne’s World guest. She previously stole the show when she appeared alongside Millennial favorite Steve Carell in Pepsi’s 2019 Super Bowl commercial (via YouTube).