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Video captured the performance of a Southwest Airlines flight attendant rapping the safety rules to a plane full of passengers.
The woman addressing the travelers over the broadcast system, named Adele, busted into the short rhyme and received cheers and applause at its end.
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The clip was recorded by Robert Stratton on a flight from Los Angeles heading to Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 23.
'I’ve never had a flight like that before, it was great to start with,' Stratton said. 'Everyone on board really enjoyed it.'
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Adele started the performance by prompting the people on board the plane to help her out with the beat.
'Stomp, stomp, clap,' she chanted four times, as the crowd joined in.
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As the woman introduces herself as Adele, the person taking the video can be heard hyping her up, briefly making her lyrics inaudible.
As clapping continues, the woman...
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