This week Arabile Gumede (in for Whitfield) asked Rice to critique the new TV advert for Savanna Non-Alcoholic Lemon.
It’s a funny ad in which Savanna challenges drinkers to “break the rules” by NOT drinking alcohol.
Rice loved it and gave it a “hero” rating.
Watch the advert below and scroll down for Rice’s analysis.
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