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WestJet Flight Attendant's 'Uptown Funk' Groove Just Made Our Day

We've seen more than a few takes on "Uptown Funk" by now. What's one more?

We've seen more than our share of takes on "Uptown Funk" by now. But that doesn't mean we're done with it yet.

There was the time that Western University students did a lipdub to it. Or the time a mother who, at 60 years young, showed off her moves to the song in a hip hop class.

And then, of course, there was that time someone edited Barack Obama's words into a clever remix.

Now, WestJet flight attendant Caralee Savage has been filmed performing a routine to the song before takeoff.

The Calgarian posted the video to YouTube on Monday, saying that she was providing a little entertainment as passengers waited.

"My captain introduced me saying I had a little performance for them and that I'd offer workshops in the air," said a video description.

Even better, her brother then posted on Reddit about it, explaining his sister was a former breakdancer who just wanted to entertain the passengers.

Caralee, never, EVER stop dancing!

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