We don't know if it's real, but if it isn't - IT SHOULD BE!
Check out (above) this alleged footage from a Cebu Pacific Flight, featuring the flight attendants instructing the passengers on the usual safety procedures by DANCING to an amazeballs mash-up of Lady GaGa's Just Dance and Katy Perry's California Gurls!
We LOVE it!
But are electronics supposed to be on that point in the flight?!
Former JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater has hired LA publicist Howard Bragman to represent him as tons of offers have begun to roll in!
"I can officially confirm that I am now representing Steven Slater. While my work will include media relations, my team at Fifteen Minutes and I will also be helping him sort out the scores of offers that have come through in the past week from media, producers, brands and other interested parties.
"I very much believe that Steven touched a nerve with the American people and am proud to be helping him tell his story at the appropriate time in the appropriate way."
Our favorite former Jet Blue flight attendant Steven Slater was arrested for a DUI in Kentucky back when he was working for Delta Airlines in 1997, according to Inside Edition.
He pleaded guilty to the charges and paid a $457 fine.
Apparently he has been battling alcoholism for some time now, which he has opened up about on his MySpace page and he might have fallen over the wagon over recent events.
Police say when they went to arrest Steven in his Long Island home earlier this week they found him in bed drinking with his boyfriend. With blood shot eyes he responded to the police's question if he had been drinking:
"Yes, while waiting for you to show up."
Say what you want about Steven — but he's got balls!
But we do hope he's able to deal with alcoholism issues safely and successfully!
Steven Slater's lawyer says that the former JetBlue flight attendant isn't liking all of the attention he's receiving!
Howard Turman explains, "He wants to stay out of the limelight as much as possible right now. He really needs to decompress."
Turman also says he's representing Steven as a legal aid attorney because he can't afford a private one. Turman adds, "When I meet with Steven I'll decide whether or not he needs me to continue to represent him."
Slater recently told reporters:
“I’ve got a lot to do. A lot on my plate and a lot to do. I’m a little overwhelmed right now…it’s something I have no idea what’s going on out there.”