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A flight attendant from Southwest Airline has set the Internet on fire by showing that demonstrating the safety rules can be made to sound cool and fun when started singing them, while passenegrs beatboxed for her.

Written By Aliza Noor | Mumbai | Updated On:

Who would have thought that listening to safety instrutions on flight would be so much fun? A flight attendant from Southwest Airline has set the Internet on fire by showing that demonstrating the safety rules can be a lot of fun afterall, when she started singing them as the passengers beatboxed for her.
Using her innovative and creative way, the flight attendant, Adele caught everybody's attention when she started rapping the safety instructions. The video of Adele was taken on a flight from Los Angeles to Utah. 

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The best part is, that she makes the passengers groove along the tune as well. The passengers also beatbox for her while she turned the instructions into a rap song. 
The video begins with Adele asking the passengers to help her by giving her some beats, charging up a rather silent audience. She can be heard saying, "Kock, knock, knock, clap, stomp, stomp, clap..My name is Adele and I'd like to say, we are on our way. So fasten your seat belts, make them nice and tight. You nbetter do them good...we're gonna check if they're right."

The passegers get excited and cheer her on, and she continues,"Seat back and trays, locked and upright. Pretty soon the ground will be out of sight. Laptop and computers powered down and stored away. Are you ready to go? What do you say? Welcome aboard. SWA!"

This was instantly followed by a round of applause and hooting by the passenegrs who enjoyed the breif session on safety instructions. If the session is such, who would mind listening twice? Her innovative way is receiving a lot of praise, as people say that flights need more attendants like Adele.

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