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Virgin America Flight Attendant Actually Performs the VX Safety Dance

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Slade Sohmer

By Slade Sohmer on January 7, 2014

Back in late October 2013, about 23 million news cycles ago, Virgin America dropped its new in-flight safety video to much internet applause.

The #VXsafetydance included a catchy tune, talented singers and dancers, and of course, all the necessary safety information you’re bored of hearing. But would they merely show this on the screens in the seat in front of you, or would they actually perform this? At least one flight attendant is breaking out his best dance moves, according to Zac Bowling, who caught this dude’s moves and matched them up side-by-side with the original.

Man, that is … embarrassing? Awesome? Exhausting? All of the above? Good for that dude for having no shame whatsoever, right?

A quick scan of The YouTube shows a similar performance in late December, only from San Francisco to Seattle, not Vegas to SFO. Same guy, right?

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