YouTube and its YouTube AdBlitz channel are always popular destinations for watching Super Bowl ads that will air on TV during and online leading up to the game– and this year even an alternative half-time show. Following yesterday’s Super Bowl 50 with the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, YouTube has now shared some data on what the most popular ads were this year based on views as of this morning, and we’ve embedded the list in video form below for easy viewing…

In addition to sharing the list of the most popular videos (below), YouTube noted that viewers watched around 300K hours of Super Bowl ads during the game and around 4 million hours total. And this year, of the approximately 330 million views the ads have received so far, over 60% of the views came from mobile devices for the first time.

People turned to Google to search for their favorite moments of the game – from going Gaga over the national anthem to an end-zone hand jive. Many of us couldn’t get enough of Beyonce’s much-awaited performance and went searching for more: We saw a 1000% spike in search interest in Beyonce after the halftime show. Meanwhile, searches for “Longest punt return” spiked 8000% in the first quarter of the game.

Head below for the full list of the popular Super Bowl ads from YouTube this year:

1. Hyundai – The Chase – Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial | The 2017 Hyundai Elantra

2. Pokémon – #Pokemon20: Pokémon Super Bowl Commercial

MINI USA – MINI USA | #DefyLabels Big Game TV Spot

Hyundai – First Date – Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial | The 2016 Hyundai Genesis

Mountain Dew – Mtn Dew Kickstart: Puppymonkeybaby | Super Bowl Spot

Hyundai – Ryanville – Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial | The 2017 Hyundai Elantra

Axe – AXE – Find Your Magic [60 second version]

Doritos – Doritos® Crash The Super Bowl Finalist – Ultrasound

Snickers – SNICKERS® – “Marilyn”

Doritos – Doritos® Crash The Super Bowl Finalist – Doritos Dogs

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