The seasoned pilot has at all times loved partaking along with his passengers all through his many years of flying.

If American Airways passengers weren’t accustomed to the viral video of Kylie Jenner singing “rise and shine” to her 1-year-old daughter Stormi, they need to be now.

Passengers on a current red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. acquired a Jenner-inspired get up name when a flight attendant, 25-year-old Cameron Blackmon, sang “rise and shine” to them over the intercom upon touchdown.

“Doing the lord’s work this morning on the pink eye in from LAX. RuhISE & SHIyNE babes,” Blackmon wrote in a tweet, which included video of his loudspeaker second. The tweet has greater than 34,00zero retweets and 208,00zero likes (and the video has greater than 2.four million views) as of Monday morning.

The unique clip of Jenner surfaced after she shared a video on YouTube of herself giving a tour of her Kylie Cosmetics office. All was properly and quiet, till Twitter got a hold of it.

“Riiiiiiseee and shiiiiiine,” Jenner sings in her greatest a capella as she walks into Stormi’s room.

Blackmon may be heard singing “rise and shine” in the identical fashion as Jenner, earlier than welcoming passengers to Dulles and letting them now the native time at 6:03 a.m.

“Many had been smiling, no matter getting the joke or not,” Blackmon advised USA TODAY. “I had a girl that labored with an leisure company on the flight praise the nod to mainstream media and Kylie.”

“I really feel like many airline passengers have gotten so used to the fundamentals of flying that once they hear one thing out of the bizarre comparable to me singing ‘rise and shine,’ it places a smile on their face,” Blackmon added. “I really like what I do and revel in when I’m able to brighten the day of my passengers.”

USA TODAY has reached out to American Airways for remark.

Contributing: Amy Haneline

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