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Airline shows Britney Spears how 'Toxic' air travel really is

With their video tribute to the pop star's catchy hit, El Al Airlines flight attendants have a little fun on the job.

The Princess of Pop is getting a royal welcome – from about 40,000 feet in the air.

Israel-based El Al Airlines created the above "Toxic" video as a tribute to Britney Spears, who's coming to perform in the country on July 3. The video stars actual El Al flight attendants, who clearly came to work that day with a lighthearted sense of humor and a few sassy dance moves.

flight attendant performs Britney Spears hit "Toxic" on board airplaneFlight attendants, prepare for lip syncing. (Photo: Screenshot)

Spears, who burst onto the scene with mega-hit "Baby One More Time" at the tender age of 16, is experiencing somewhat of a career renaissance. She's got a standing residency in Las Vegas as well as an international tour, which includes stops in Japan and the Philippines in addition to Israel.

https://youtu.be/xJIAaXK8eO8

And speaking of Israel, her popularity is so massive there that the entire country decided to postpone a primary election so that fans wouldn't have to miss her show.

Britney Spears is embarking on a world tour this summer.Britney Spears is embarking on a world tour this summer. (Photo: Michelangelo Di Battista/Getty Images)

So clearly no one should be writing off the 35-year-old who was a star of the sugary pop era of the late '90s. Spears is still attracting massive crowds, and the original "Toxic" video has garnered more than 265 million views.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOZuxwVk7TU

You might even say she's stronger than yesterday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJWtLf4-WWs

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Airline shows Britney Spears how 'Toxic' air travel really is
With their video tribute to Britney Spear, Israel-based El Al Airlines flight attendants have a little fun on the job.