However, it wasn't all fun and games, because anyone who wanted a ticket had to sing for their supper and participate in the live ad being filmed the night before.
This included standing in the background waving their arms and clapping for around five hours.
Not one of the most taxing jobs in the world, true, but made all the more difficult by the fact that it was an alcohol-free set and the only drink supplied was water.
It would seem the Virgin Angels that starred in the ad were a hit all round with the RKCR/Y&R team. So much so that the Virgin account director, Anna-Maren Ashford, was discovered off-set, swapping clothes with one Angel. Apparently, she was delighted with her new get up of blonde wig, red hotpants and very small T-shirt.
It doesn't stop there. The producer on the account, Claudio Gorini, tried his hand at luring the Angels back to his hotel room (as opposed to his tent). Sadly, once there, his advances were flatly refused.