Britney Spears Is Back — But Only on Ryanair

May 23, 2018

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Britney Spears famously filmed part of the music video for “Toxic” — her 2003 pop hit — dressed as a flight attendant twirling her way through the cabin of a futuristic airplane (and definitely not obeying the seatbelt sign).

It may be 15 years since the song first debuted, but flight attendants around the world don’t seem to tire of recreating the music video. Last year, an AirAsia flight attendant went viral after presenting his lip-sync dance sequence on one of the airline’s A330s. (His performance was even reposted to Instagram by AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes.)

And just this past Saturday, a Ryanair flight attendant (figuratively) exclaimed, “Hold my beer!” before performing his own rendition of the iconic dance moves to a full audience of passengers onboard a flight between Italy and the United Kingdom. Check out his moves below, including the flight attendant who got down in the middle of the 737-800 aisle to capture the perfect shot:

.@Ryanair crew member slays @britneyspears #lipsync of #Toxic on #flight back from #Italy. 🇮🇹🛫 #flightattendant #dancingintheisles(🎥: Katia Elaine Da Silva)#dancing #britneyspears #candid #danceitout #havefun #funatwork #lastday #team #flightcrew #plane #ryanair #foodcart #airplane #sexydance #instavideo #funnyvideos #happydance

Posted by The Gracie Note on Wednesday, May 23, 2018

At least one passenger was completely unimpressed. The gentleman in the right aisle seat around 0:30 never, not even once, glances up at the show.

Featured image courtesy of Katia Elaine Da Silva via Facebook.

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