This week Rice critiqued a new television advert for "1st for Women".
The advert features women working, gym-ing, shopping, and living their best lives.
It’s fun and uplifting, and Rice gave it a “hero” rating.
Watch the advert below and scroll down for Rice’s analysis.
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