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Nearly 15 years ago, Britney Spears’ song “Toxic” ruled the radio. Now, Israel’s flag carrier is hoping it can do the same for the skies.
El Al posted a hilarious spoof of the pop singer’s hit song earlier this week in a Facebook video featuring dancing, lip-synching flight attendants strutting up and down the aisle, pulling off dance moves that’ll make any MTV-missing music fan smile. It’s a clever marketing gimmick for the airline — in early July, El Al is flying Britney to Tel Aviv for her first concert in Israel.
This is hardly the first time cabin crew have riffed on her hit song. Earlier this year, an AirAsia X flight attendant went solo with his own hilarious take on the 2003 track.
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H/T: The Times of Israel
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