Uber Eats has dropped a brand new ad that features our own home-grown Aussie Abbie Chatfield alongside Hollywood A-listers Kendall and Kris Jenner.

The advertisement dropped during the Australian Open, which started today. It features Abbie, Kendall and Kris as well as a number of local Australian celebs, including Shannon Noll and Mark Philippoussis.

The new ad promotes the expansion of UberEats which allows users to order a variety of products, as well as their favourite food and drinks.

In the advertisement, a number of people ask if certain things are available, with Abbie Chatfield holding up a pixelated dildo and asking if she can get one on the app. Meanwhile, Kendall pokes fun at her infamous cucumber-cutting scene in The Kardashians and asks Kris to get her something thats “easier to cut”.

“This year we will continue to deepen our get ‘anything’ offering across Uber Eats – building on our already rich range of restaurants, greengrocers, supermarkets, fishmongers, butchers, florists, to add even more retail items,” Uber ANZ’s Director of Marketing Andy Morley said in a statement.

“While takeaway food will remain a hallmark, as our selection deepens and evolves we believe it’s time for a new brand platform to capture that. Get almost, almost anything absolutely does that job for us.”

Chatfield said in a statement that she’s “always admired the way Uber Eats cracks culture with unlikely cameos throughout their campaigns.”

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“When I found out Kendall, Kris, Shannon and Mark were associated with this get almost anything idea, I jumped on board and was delighted to work with the creative team on my scenes,” she added.

Back in 2019, Kim Kardashian appeared in an UberEats advertisement alongside Magda Szubansk who portrayed popular Kath and Kim character Sharon Karen Strzelecki .

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