One American Airlines flight attendant’s spirited rendition of “Rise and Shine” – inspired by a highly circulated clip of Kylie Jenner singing the tune to her already-awake daughter – has gone viral on Twitter, racking up over 2.4 million views to date.
"Rise and shine! Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Dallas International Airport, where the local time is 6:03 a.m.,” flight attendant Cameron Blackmon announced over an airplane intercom, as seen in footage that the American employee shared to social media on Oct. 19.
“Doing the lord’s work this morning on the red eye in from LAX,” he captioned the clip, which has since received over 35,000 comments to date.
The person filming Blackmon could be heard chuckling in the background of the video, and many Twitter users shared the opinion that the clip was hilarious.
“How do I always get the dry crusty boring flight attendants[?],” one user wondered.
When contacted for comment, a spokesperson for American Airlines offered the following statement on the story:
“Each day our team members go to great lengths to care for our customers on life’s journey. Travel can be exciting for everyone, and sometimes a slight variation from the everyday routine can make our jobs equally as enjoyable," a representative said. "We hope that Cameron’s friendly wake-up call brightened our customers’ day.”
Last week, Jenner revealed that she’s officially selling $65 sweatshirts inspired by her viral “rise and shine” moment.
On Oct. 10, the reality star gave her fans a look at her office space, which includes a playroom for daughter Stormi. Near the end of the video, Jenner enters the playroom, flicks on a light switch, and rouses her 1-year-old baby girl by singing the phrase “rise and shine” in her breathiest tone.
The melodic moment soon went viral and became something of a meme among Jenner's friends and fans — prompting the 22-year-old beauty mogul to quickly release the sweatshirts and cash in.
Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo contributed to this report.