Diet Coke Love It Light with Maniac Girls

Diet Coke is celebrating fun, fashion and fabulousness with Eleanor, Bernadette & Irene, girls who ‘Love It Light’, in a new television advertising campaign launched this week. Eleanor, the marionette associated with Diet Coke’s sponsorship of Ugly Betty in 2009, is shown with her friends working at a fashion magazine. Just as the clock strikes 5.30pm, their boss drops a mountain of work onto Eleanor’s desk. As Eleanor sighs, her trusted friends rally round and instantly know it’s a moment to lighten up and enjoy a diet Coke.

Diet Coke Eleanor Love It Light Girl


A coin flies into the vending machine which lights up like a jukebox and the opening strands of the iconic 80′s track ‘Maniac’ start up. As the music filters around the office, Eleanor leaps up onto her desk to dance and is quickly joined by her girls. As they jump from the desk the rest of the office join in with Eleanor leading the pack. Her final kick touches the vending machine and a diet Coke can emerges. Eleanor grins at the camera and we finish with a diet Coke can appearing on strings alongside the strapline “If you love it light.”

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The campaign was launched on March 14 in Great Britain and will continue in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The three Love It Light girls will appear again in a series of ten second blipverts, showing from late April. The push will be supported by a Diet Coke Facebook hub, a year-long partnership with online fashion retailer ASOS.com and a tie-up with Kiss radio.

Credits

The Maniac campaign was developed at Mother London. Filming was shot by director Traktor via Partizan with producer David Stewart. Editor was Rick Russell at Final Cut. Audio post production was done at Factory Studios.

  • Philip

    I think I am gonna be sick. The approval of aspartame was a political decision made over the strenuous objections of the FDA scientists. It is carcinogenic, especially in regard to brain tumors, leads to a number of neurologic symptoms in many people, including headache and chronic fatigue. Neurosurgeon Dr. Russel Blaylock has also written on the adverse cardiac and CNS effects of the metabolized “exitotoxins” from aspartame. Along with phenyalalnine and aspartic acid it is also metabolized to methanol (i.e. wood alcohol) and id I recall when stored too long breaks down in part to formaldehyde. Also causes weight gain, but it made Searle pharmaceuticals and Don Rumsfeld rich.
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