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Thai Flight Attendants Recreate Britney Spears' Toxic to Welcome Her On Board

The slay Queen is definitely getting the 'toxic-treatment' she deserves!


Updated:June 23, 2017, 11:51 AM IST
Thai Flight Attendants Recreate Britney Spears' Toxic to Welcome Her On Board
Famed U.S. singer Britney Spears performs during her concert in Taipei, Taiwan, Tuesday, June 13, 2017. (Image: AP)

Britney Spears is out with her world tour and her next stop is Bangkok where she is set to perform on June 23. In order to welcome her to their country, the flight attendants of Nok Air recreated Spears' 2003 popular song Toxic.

One of Spears' most popular and equally racy numbers had her play a spy disguised as a flight attendent, and Nok Aircrew utilised the settings of their workspace to welcome Britney on board - with a touch of her own style.

Nok Air isn't the only airlines to have welcomed Spears with her hit track, earlier El Al Airlines air stewards paid tribute to Britney’s Toxic video with a video of their own - in which they can be singing and dancing. The clip is pointedly less risque than the original 2000s hit because no one can do it better than Brit, but it’s still a complete gem, packed with enough sass and hair whips slaying the theme.

In March, AirAsia air steward Assraf Nasir, too, recreated Spears' dance routine taking advantage of an empty plane to perform. Posting the video on Instagram, he wrote, "Classic. AirAsia version of Toxic. The talent in AirAsia never fails to amaze me. @assrafnasir is the best. Love it that staff can just have fun and be themselves,"

Credit: @Tony Fernandes

Well, looks like Airlines have found a new sassy way to welcome the pop star in their respective countries. The slay Queen is definitely getting the 'toxic-treatment' she deserves!

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| Edited by: Sameeksha
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