What Foxy Did Next

Added on Tuesday 8th February 2011

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Foxy Bingo have been the leaders of online bingo advertising with their blockbuster adverts. They've used classic tunes such as Funky Town and You're The One That I Want in the past, but their 2011 offering steps away from that genre. In "What Foxy Did Next" we see Foxy as a celebrity/reality TV star.

In the advert Foxy gets hounded by the press, attends a photo shoot and interacts with "A-List" celebrities Christopher Biggins (ex King of the Jungle), Nikki Grahame (Big Brother) and Jim Bowen (Bullseye). Biggins dressed as a green bingo ball got the better gig as poor Jim Bowen is shown sat on the toilet.

The idea of the advert is to encourage bingo players to find out "What Foxy Did Next". You can do that by heading on over to Foxy Bingo. If you're looking for more Foxy celeb stories then you'll be disappointed as the site doesn't really pick up the thread of the advert. Perhaps that will come in time?

On the other hand there's a new 100 free bingo cards bonus that are on offer for new players that more than makes up for the lack of knowing what Foxy did next. No deposit is needed for this deal which is worth 10. Note that the bingo money can only be used in a special Newbie room.

The "What Foxy Did Next" advert is not as big or exciting as previous Foxy Bingo releases. There's no big dance tune and because of that it's slightly disappointing. Fans of Foxy the character will love it, whilst everyone else may just think "meh"!

However, we do expect that this will become a series of adverts using the same kind of theme and probably more celebs desperate for work. A "Nescafe" style story board of adverts may just elevate this closer to some of Foxy's other adverts.

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