Kimmie Meissner can't say much about her participation in Under Armour's first Super Bowl commercial because of contractual considerations.
Except to say that it was on-location in the Bronx.
And her part "was very physical."
And that while she didn't get to work with Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, another Under Armour spokesman, she did get to see Chicago Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano.
The Baltimore-based sports clothing company put Bel Air's most famous figure skater on the payroll last January, after she won the national title.
Meissner, who has been in commercials for the Subway sandwich shop chain, called Under Armour's 60-second spot "the best one ever."
"I can't believe I'm in Under Armour's first-ever Super Bowl commercial," she said. "It will kind of be overwhelming. I'll have to throw a Super Bowl party now."
Meissner is not allowed to say when the commercial will run.
"But don't go to the bathroom after the first quarter," she said, laughing.