A Screen grab of the Super Bowl advert featuring Canadian singer Justin Bieber. New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski (right) is in the background.
Los Angeles: Grammy Award-winning singer Justin Bieber was reportedly paid $1.75 million (R11.6 crore approximately) more than the New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski for the Super Bowl commercial.
The pop star was paid an estimated $2 million (R13.4 crore approximately) for his appearance in T-Mobile's Super Bowl advertisement, in which he donned a tuxedo and urged fans to share their best touchdown celebrations, reports pagesix.com.
Meanwhile, sources say Gronkowski, who appeared as a partially clad caveman in Bieber's advertisment, asked for a cheaper $250,000 (R1.68 crore approximately) fee even though he was on the winning team.