Ben Stiller's Sex Appeal Is On Full Display In Commercial 'Pulled' From Super Bowl

You're welcome, ladies.

It's not fair being hot. And no one can relate to this more than Derek Zoolander of the 2001 flick, Zoolander, and its soon-to-be-released sequel.

But perhaps the character — brought to life by comedian Ben Stiller — is a bit autobiographical? You see, Stiller seemed to be upset during his visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday. The reason why? 

Well, it was revealed that his new commercial that was supposed to air during the Super Bowl was pulled at "the last minute."

When asked by host Jimmy Fallon what the commercial was for, the pitchman shyly revealed it was for a product that's in high demand: "Female Viagra." 

Given how ridiculously good-looking Stiller's Zoolander character is, it's hard to differentiate who's truly smizing for the camera during this parody of the "fixes erectile dysfunction" ad.

Check it out here:

"There's all those ads for male Viagra out there, but people don't realize there's Female Viagra," Stiller said, according to E! Online. "I thought, you know, it would be great to get the word out, so I did this spot — more like a public service announcement."

That Stiller, he's one for the people!

If you've recovered and are ready for round two, be sure to check out Zoolander 2, which arrives in theaters on Friday.