Lady Gaga and Katy Perry provide a safety soundtrack!


Hey hey! It looks like one airline is trying to get a bit creative with their safety demonstration before take-off … I always tune out when the cabin crew is doing their schtick (probably not the smartest idea, just in case of an actual emergency!) but toss on some Lady Gaga (and Katy Perry) and you’ve got my attention … watch the video below!



I hope everyone is having a kick-ass weekend so far – I just finished watching Moon which I thought was a terrific film – and maybe tomorrow I need to take my ass to see The Social Network, which already nabbed the top spot at the box office plus the buzz on Twitter has been really good – people are even talking about the film possibly being nominated for some Oscars! Anyways, later tonight I’ll be watching Saturday Night Live, I can’t wait to see Kanye West perform! Popbytes over and out … xoxo!

Lady Gaga and Katy Perry’s music have featured in an airline safety demonstration with a difference. During a demonstration of how to use seat belts and life jackets, cabin crew on-board a Cebu Pacific Airlines flight danced to pop hits California Gurls and Just Dance. The performance was filmed by a passenger who posted the clip on video-sharing website YouTube.



Candice Iyog, vice President of Marketing at Cebu Pacific Airlines, said: “Cebu Pacific has always been known as a fun airline, we wanted to get the message across to our customers that flight safety doesn’t have to be boring. This was an experiment that we hope to repeat and also a chance to showcase the talent of some of our cabin crew staff.” SOURCE

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