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Who Is The Actress In The Expedia 'All By Myself' Commercial?

In this crazy world that we live in, sometimes we feel a little alone. Constantly being surrounded by influencers, new trends, and the media can be overwhelming, and you just need someone by your side, especially when things start to go wrong. That's exactly how Expedia is winning customers over in their new "All By Myself" commercial. They use their airtime to show Expedia can always have your back on any journey, so you never have to be alone.

In this commercial, the main woman misses a flight by seconds and has to deal with being put on hold. It doesn't take long before she feels alone in a sea of busy people who are always trying to be someone or get somewhere. When all hope seems lost, a celebrity makes a grand appearance, sings "All By Myself," and helps the woman figure out her trip. It's a fun way to show that even if you're traveling alone, you can still have reliable service at your fingertips.

But who is the actress in the Expedia "All by Myself" commercial?

When you're feeling all alone, Rashida is there

Some of you may have recognized this actress from her roles in "Parks and Recreation," "The Office," or, more recently, "On the Rocks." That's because it's Rashida Jones, the all-too-relatable actress who has been featured in countless moves and TV shows. Some other well-known films she's been seen include "Celeste & Jesse Forever," "I Love You, Man," and "Tag" (via IMDb). You've likely seen her before in something else as well, considering her career spans back to 1997.

Fast-forward to today, and she plays the perfect role in helping a friend in need. Although an everyday person would never have a celebrity such as Rashida Jones as that friend, it's still fun to imagine what life would be like with someone like that by your side. Besides, Jones' confused yet comforting demeanor in this commercial is precisely what the hopeless woman needs to find her perfect travel destination. In the end, Expedia wants to remind us that traveling doesn't have to be a hassle.