Ciroc has premiered the new "Art of Celebration" commercial, which has an alternate title, "Luck Be a Lady." Featuring the song of that name by Frank Sinatra, the commercial features Diddy and crew arriving in Las Vegas for some premium celebration.
Among the ladies, Eva Marcille ("Young and the Restless"), Lisa Seiffert, Dania Ramirez ("Entourage," "Heroes," "X-Men: The Last Stand"), Jerica Lamens, Jessica White, Christine Teigen and Jing Ma.
Among the men, Chad Michael Murray ("One Tree Hill"), Jesse Williams ("Grey's Anatomy"), Michael K. Williams ("The Wire," "Boardwalk Empire"), Matt Goss (singer, Caesars Palace headliner), Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad") and Chris Jones.
"Frank Sinatra made some of the most iconic records of our time; it is truly an honor to use his music again for this campaign," said Diddy, via press release. "The Rat Pack defined the art of celebrating in style. I cannot imagine a Spirit more suitable for commemorating life with family and friends than Ciroc; a brand that has become synonymous with celebratory occasion."
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