KFC suggests burger is too good to share in new ad from Ogilvy

KFC is urging men to tell the women in their life to get their own burger with a spot created by Ogilvy for its Zinger Stacker Burger presenting the inevitable moment when a boyfriend is faced with having to share his meal with his girlfriend.

An Ogilvy spoksperson said: “KFC wanted to find a compelling new way of differentiating their burger range to remind people that when it comes to burgers, KFC satisfies your craving like nothing else. This new campaign taps in to the inevitable moment in a relationship when someone asks – ‘can I have a bite?'”


  • Clients – Valerie Kubizniak, Annabel Fribence, Ashley Hughes
  • Senior Planner – Waqas Tahir
  • Creative Director – Shaun Branagan
  • Art Director – Phillip Harkness
  • Writer – John Gault
  • Group Account Director – Sarah Faraday
  • Brad Ure – Account Director
  • Senior Account Manager – Corina Roat
  • Production: One20
  • Director – Nick Robertson
  • DOP – Matt Stewart
  • Head of TV Production – Rob Spencer
  • Agency Producer – Peter Hackforth
  • Post Production – Method Studios

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