Bruce Springsteen is rumored to appear in Jeep’s Super Bowl ad this Sunday.

Per Ad Age, “Local media reports out of Nebraska documented his travels in the state in recent days that appear to be related to shooting a Big Game ad for the car brand. NTV, an ABC affiliate in the state, on Wednesday cited a now-deleted tweet from an airport in Hastings, Nebraska that stated ‘Bruce ‘The Boss’ Springsteen lands in Hastings to film a Jeep commercial in Blue Hill for the Super Bowl,’ referring to a small town south of the city.”

Ad Age further noted, “Also on Wednesday, an Associated Press report picked up by the Lincoln Journal Star speculated about a chartered jet landing at the Hastings airport early Sunday, after a three-hour trip from New Jersey. The report also cited social media posts from area residents who were “quick to identify the mystery visitor.” The AP also stated that a local sheriff confirmed that ‘a film crew shot something on the Republican River bridge south of Red Cloud and had hired a couple of off-duty deputies for security.'”

We’ll find out soon enough whether Springsteen does appear in the ad for Jeep as the popular auto brand confirmed they will be running an ad during the second half of the Super Bowl. However, Jeep did not divulge any hints about the content of their ad.

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