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Diet Coke releases redux of "sexy ads" for 30th anniversary

A popular diet soda that brought sexy to lunchtime in the mid-90s is hoping for a repeat performance as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

In a 1994, Diet Coke released a commercial that had lots of ladies hoping their lunch break would be as exciting as the "Diet Coke Break" commercial.

The ad featured an office full of ladies seeing that it was lunchtime and running to the windows to get a peek at the construction workers below. 

WEB EXTRA: Watch the 1994 "Diet Coke Break" ad

That's where they spotted male model, Lucky Vanous, drinking his diet soda - sans a shirt.

It's been called one of the most memorable ads in the 90s.

Now - Lucky is being replaced with Andrew.  Andrew Cooper.

In honor of Diet Coke's 30th anniversary, the company released a new version of its classic eye candy ad.

In the 2013 redux, a group of ladies rolls a can of Diet Coke down a hill, towards Cooper - the gardener. He grabs the soda, which is now completely shaken up, and boom - the can explodes soaking Cooper, while "I Just Want to Make Love to You" plays in the background.

Cooper takes off his now-soaked t-shirt and wrings it out in the grass.

You're welcome ladies. 

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