Cardi B will share her entertaining personality with football's fans everywhere this Sunday (Feb. 4) when she appears in Amazon's new Super Bowl commercial.

The anticipated clip, which airs during the big game this Sunday, features the Bronx rapper auditioning to become a voiceover replacement for Alexa, Amazon's cloud-based smart device. After Alexa loses her voice, the online shopping company must find a substitute for the device, recruiting the likes of the "Bodak Yellow" rapper, actor Anthony Hopkins, actress Rebel Wilson and chef Gordon Ramsay to help out consumers with their requests.

For Cardi's contribution on the job, a young male student completing some homework asks Alexa how far the planet Mars is from Earth. Rather than provide the actual answer, the "Bartier Cardi" hitmaker pokes fun at the guy's question, providing for quite a hilarious moment.

"How far is Mars?" Cardi exclaims. "How am I supposed to know? I never been there! This guy wanna go to Mars! For what? [laughs] There's not even oxygen there."

Later on in the commercial, an older gentleman asks Alexa to play some country music, to which Cardi responds with her signature bird call before playing her "Bodak Yellow" hit single. Much to his frustration, the man corrects Alexa, but unfortunately, Cardi is already in her zone.

The "No Limit" entertainer isn't the only hip-hop artist that will star in a Super Bowl commercial. Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes are coming together for Doritos and Mountain Dew, while Iggy Azalea is slated to appear in a Monster Products commercial.

Watch Cardi B star in Amazon's new Super Bowl commercial in the video below.

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