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Video: New Old Spice Ad Will Take You On A Scent Vacation

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Isaiah Mustafa, the man your man could smell like, has released a new Old Spice commercial. And yes, it’s just as hilarious (if not a bit more slick) than the previous series.

Back when the “Old Spice Man” was going viral last year, Isaiah Mustafa revealed that he embarking on a vegan cleanse — much to the delight of animal rights orgs like PETA. “I’m lucky to workout with Tony Horton of P90x fame,” said Isaiah on “The Tonight Show”. “He’s got me on this diet right now that’s absolutely ridiculous. There are 5 things you can’t do: There’s no alcohol; no caffeine; no processed sugars; nothing with a face — no animals or animal byproducts; but here’s the tough one: no gluten.”

Now while I understood the diet to be temporary, I was reading a magazine the other day (name escapes me) that featured an interview with Mustafa in which he said that he was still vegan. Now if only he could use his manliness to urge Procter and Gamble to cease all animal testing on their products. That would truly be more impressive than riding a horse backwards.

Check out the new commercial after the jump below.

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