Posted October 28, 2008 by BookingBuddy
Have you ever wondered what job options are open to celebrities who aren’t getting too much exposure in Hello magazine these days? Well, they usually pop back up on reality TV. Sometimes they learn to dance, sometimes they go into rehab, and sometimes, they try to become cabin crew on an airplane. But what happens when even reality TV rejects them?
Well, I guess some of them get hired for ‘meet-and-greet’ duties at airports. Singapore’s Changi Airport—perhaps in an effort to wrestle the title of world’s best airport back from the clutches of Hong Kong’s international airport—has hired celebrities to welcome passengers to Singapore.
And when I say celebrities, I don’t mean any old local superstar. No, Changi has spared no expense, and gone out of their way to hire international celebrities, of the calibre of ... Tommy Lee. Of Motley Crue fame, previously. But more likely to be remembered these days as the ex Mr Pamela Anderson, and co-star of that video (come on, do I need to explain? As if you haven’t seen it ... ). Whether weary passengers stumbling off a long-haul Singapore Airlines flight want to shake hands and have their photographs taken with a pierced, tattooed, rock star waving devil horns in your face is another matter.
However, if the idea of being greeted by a heavy metal drummer doesn’t necessarily appeal to you, you can always choose to be serenaded by the soft rock powerhouse Air Supply. Or even have the Backstreet Boys (who must surely be men by now) celebrate your arrival by performing a synchronised dance move.
Nice to know there’s now somewhere for aging musicians to retire to besides the bargain bin of your local music store.
(Photo: Al Schultz Talent)
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