Hey, Mr. Lingerie Man

Do not adjust your screens. That dark chap crooning beside a bosomy, winged model in a Venetian palazzo in a new Victoria's Secret commercial is Bob Dylan. The counterculture bard who once sang of "Advertising signs that con you" is now a TV pitchman. Recruited for his "confidence and gravitas," according to a Victoria's Secret spokesman, Dylan plays his 1997 song Love Sick in the spot (in which, coincidentally, parts of models seem to defy gravitas). His record label called the ad "a great way to reach people with Bob's music." It's also a great way to hang out with lingerie...

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