In an ad released on October 4, Chlöe Bailey promoted the return of Pepsi-Cola's soda shops.
“This collaboration with Pepsi is a dream come true,” said Chlöe Bailey, according to a press release.“I’m so excited to partner with such an iconic brand with a rich history in music and follow in the footsteps of so many renowned female artists who have been part of the Pepsi family for decades. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to re-create the fun, beloved track, ‘Footloose,’ through my creative lens and I hope everyone finds something to love in this modern take on a classic.” “When I got the ask from Pepsi, I was completely ecstatic and over the moon. I was like, ‘Wow, I get to have my pop star moment’—so early in my career,” one half of Chloe x Halle shares in an interview with People via Zoom. “Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always dreamt of this moment.”
Chlöe Bailey discussed her involvement in the 1984 Footloose storyline of a teenager seeking to overcome the inane legislation of a small town where rock music and dancing were banned.
Considering the commercial as an audition for her long-held dream of being on Broadway, she discussed her goals to achieve an EGOT.
“When you saw her walking to the Pepsi vending machine, and the guy was so mesmerized. That’s been ingrained in my memory,” Chlöe Bailey added. “All the icons have had their own Pepsi moment, and now having mine is really surreal.”