Air hostesses have more fun than you; In-flight TikTok & Dubsmash videos..
From dancing on popular Bollywood item numbers to showing killers moves on Ta Ra Ra, flight attendants are the new celebrities on video sharing app TikTok. And their videos will have you hooked.
It’s not just only serving warm food and keeping the safety of the passengers in mind that these flight attendants are good at.
The crew members of different air carriers are having fun high in the air. Here’s a compilation of some of the best videos of the flight attendants on the app.
These pretty ladies have us hooked on to one song and it is their favourite track to dub videos on.
TikTok, also known as Douyin in China, is an iOS and Android media app for creating and sharing short videos. The application allows users to create short music videos of 3–15 seconds and short looping videos of 3–60 seconds. It is a leading short video platform in Asia, United States, and other parts of the world.
Owned by ByteDance, the app was launched as Douyin in China in September 2016 and introduced to the overseas market as TikTok one year later.In 2018, the application gained popularity and became the most downloaded app in the U.S. in October 2018. As of 2018, it is available in over 150 markets, and in 75 languages. In July 2018, the app had more than 500 million users globally.
The TikTok mobile app allows users to create a short video of themselves which often feature music in the background, can be sped up, slowed down or edited with a filter. To create a music video with the app, users can choose background music from a wide variety of music genres, edit with a filter and record a 15-second video with speed adjustments before uploading it to share with others on TikTok or other social platforms.
The app’s “react” feature allows users to film their reaction to a specific video, over which it is placed in a small window that is movable around the screen. Its “duet” feature allows users to film a video aside another video.
The app allows users to set their accounts as “private”. Such accounts’ content remains visible to TikTok, but is blocked from TikTok users who the account holder has not authorised to view their content. Users can choose whether any other user, or only their “friends”, may interact with them through the app via comments, messages, or “react” or “duet” videos.