Why The Actress In Vroom's Super Bowl 2022 Commercial Looks Familiar

Super Bowl LVI is almost upon us, with People confirming the big game is scheduled to take place on February 13 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Sports fans are waiting with bated breath to see who'll emerge victorious, but for those who couldn't care less what happens on the field, there's still plenty to get excited about. First and foremost, the iconic Halftime Show will be headlined by Dr. Dre this year, with the likes of Eminem and Mary J. Blige performing alongside him. In a press release, the legendary rapper promised "an unforgettable cultural moment." 

Elsewhere, as with years past, there are tons of fun, star-studded commercials to feast your eyes on as part of the 2022 event. One of the most notable thus far is for car brand Vroom, which ups the ante on last year's commercial considerably. The 30-second teaser, titled "Flake: The Musical," features a young woman so excited to finally unload her car that her life briefly turns into a musical, only for the potential buyer to pull out at the last minute. 

Elite Daily reports the ad took three months to shoot, with a combined 56 hours of rehearsal. The impressive mini-musical was choreographed by "La La Land" choreographer Mandy Moore. Although there's a whole plethora of talented singers and dancers featured throughout, all eyes are undoubtedly on the unnamed lead. So, who is this charming actor, and why does she look so familiar? 

Ariana Rosado has danced alongside some massive stars

The star of Vroom's "Flake: The Musical" commercial is the multi-talented Ariana Rosado. Speaking on Instagram, Rosado expressed her excitement over the ad's release, telling followers, "It was one of my first singing gigs in a commercial and a lead role!" In fact, Rosado's bio lists her as a dancer first and foremost, with previous gigs supporting the likes of Bebe Rexha, Iggy Azalea, Jazmine Sullivan, Black Eyed Peas, Gwen Stefani, and even on singing competition "The Voice." Elsewhere, Rosado also works as a personal trainer at GB Sweat Equity Fitness.

According to her agents at bloc los angeles, Rosado is originally from Indiana and has a degree in Mass Communications and Business Marketing. She relocated to L.A. to pursue a career in dance. A profile by Voyage LA notes that Rosado previously danced for the Chicago Bulls for five years, four of which she also served as captain while simultaneously managing two other performance teams. Rosado also performed on the hit show "Empire." During her first year in L.A., she also booked a tour opening for the Jonas Brothers alongside Rexha.

On making the move to Hollywood, Rosado shared, "The hardest part is having the patience when moving because you have to complete start over career-wise unless you have some strong dance connections." However, she also noted,"Sometimes you can feel a bit defeated but no matter what, as long as you continue to work towards your dream, it will happen."