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McVitie’s Rolls Out 'Britain’s Got Talent' TV Sponsorship with Beatbox, Splits and Taps

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Campaign from TBWA\London is an ode to the quirky talents showcased on the beloved ITV show

McVitie’s Rolls Out 'Britain’s Got Talent' TV Sponsorship with Beatbox, Splits and Taps

McVitie’s is rolling out its TV sponsorship for Britain’s Got Talent this Easter weekend, as part of what has been named the biscuit brand’s biggest sponsorship deal to date.  

Created by TBWA\London the campaign is an ode to the quirky talents showcased on the beloved ITV show. A suite of ten idents will run across the TV series and promotes a range of McVitie’s products including McVitie’s Chocolate Digestives, McVitie’s Jaffa Cakes, McVitie’s Chocolate Hobnobs and McVitie’s BN, which relaunched in January. 

Each ident opens in a different home where cohabiting friends or family are going about their normal business. One person offers another a McVitie’s biscuit, which are simply too good not to share. However far from being a casual passing of the biscuit pack, the offer is made with spectacular flourish, showcasing that person’s unique and amusing talent (such as doing the splits, pretending to be a robot, tap dancing or singing an operetta). 

The biscuit is shared and once the first bite is taken, golden confetti bursts all over the room, reminiscent of the golden buzzer moment on the show. Each episode ends with the campaign strapline: ‘Bring on the Golden Moments’.  

Jemma Burgess and Gémina Gil Flores, creatives at TBWA\London, said: "We wanted to reflect what you see in Britain’s Got Talent. The fact that anyone can go on the show, it doesn’t matter who you are, it's just real British people and their talents and the audience is always rooting for you." 

David Titman McVitie’s, UK&I Marketing Director, said: “With McVitie’s being the nation’s favourite biscuit brand we wanted to create a campaign that represented and talked to the whole of the UK, reflecting a true cross section of British society. For us, this meant using  diverse cast showcasing an array of wonderful talents that we’ve all come to enjoy and marvel at on one Britain’s greatest entertainment properties.”

The brand was announced as the TV show’s new headline sponsor at the start of the year when it kicked off its multi-channel activity with a red-carpet event at the London Palladium. The show, presented by Ant and Dec, returns to screens for its 15th series this Saturday (16 April). 

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Creds

Brand: McVitie’s

Client: pladis

Chief Creative Officer: Andy Jex

Creative Directors: Ben Brazier and Johnny Ruthven

Creatives: Jemma Burgess and Gémina Gil Flores

Strategy Director: Grace Wallace

Business Director: Gareth Hughes

Account Director: Max Phillips

Account Executive: Tabitha Clark

Broadcast Producer: Greg Kates

Production company: Hunky Dory

Director: Jack Clough

Casting Director: Belinda Norcliffe

Edit House: Marshall Street

Post Production House: No8

Sound: Grand Central

Media Agency: Manning Gottlieb OMD

Genres: Comedy

Categories: Sweet, Food

TBWA\London, Thu, 14 Apr 2022 09:09:00 GMT