Guarnaschelli, a Food Network regular as the host of Supermarket Stakeout and recurring judge on Chopped, wasn’t thinking politics when she tweeted about Springsteen’s Super Bowl Jeep ad. Her interest was in the voice that launched millions of record sales. Guarnaschelli tweeted, “I would listen to Bruce Springsteen read the instructions in a pack of toilet paper.” In other words, it doesn’t matter if Springsteen is talking about national unity or Jeeps, or reciting the phone book — Guarnaschelli is all ears. Suddenly, it’s easy to picture the celebrity chef as a giddy teenager at one of Bruce’s concerts in the 1980s.
Many of Guarnaschelli’s Twitter followers agreed wholeheartedly. “His voice … nothing like it,” one of her fans tweeted. Another one of the famous cook’s Twitter followers thought Springsteen’s voice was able to bring home Jeep’s message of unity — contrary to a lot of politically motivated critics out there. They tweeted, “That was so beautiful; best commercial ever. Not all about the company but about our America.”