If you’re under a certain age, you may have heard of Charli D’Amelio. The 15-year-old is a viral TikTok star who became a phenomenon overnight. In less than three months, she amassed 100,000 followers on the social media platform. Now, her fame has taken her as far as the Super Bowl.

When the Super Bowl airs this Sunday, prepare to see D’Amelio in an ad for the hummus brand Sabra, according to The Daily Dot. In the commercial, she stars alongside former NFL star Boomer Esiason as she judgingly watches him spooning out hummus with a pretzel before uttering the 2019 trending phrase, “Ok, boomer.”

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D’Amelio posted an ad preview on her personal TikTok account on Thursday and within the first 12 hours, it already had 5 million views, Forbes reported. This viewership comes after the internet personality's rise to fame since she began posting on the app last summer.

For those unaware, TikTok is a social media app created by a Chinese developer that has become extremely popular amongst Gen Z. D’Amelio uses it to create choreography, lip-synch to popular songs, and dances with her friends on camera. She does most everything that every other teenager on the app does, yet she has 21.9 million followers. She doesn’t understand her fame either, telling MEL late last year: “I wish I could give everyone an explanation as to what happened, but I have no idea.”

While she may have no clue what led to her fame, it does not appear she plans to stop performing anytime soon. Recently, she, her sister Dixie, and both of her parents signed with the United Talent Agency, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Together they are helping D’Amelio plan tours, meet-and-greets, and commercial appearances, just like the Super Bowl.

Charli D'Amelio U.S. internet celebrities Charli D'Amelio and Dixie D'Amelio arrive for the Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in New York on Dec. 13, 2019. Photo: STEVEN FERDMAN/AFP via Getty Images