Royal wedding gospel choir surprises airplane passengers with STUNNING a cappella flash mob performance of ' Stand By Me'

Publish Date
Thursday, 24 January 2019, 3:05PM

Whether travelling for business or leisure, we all know how boring and painful long flights can be.

But some lucky passengers onboard a British Airways flight to Australia got front row seats to a mini-concert fit for royalty!

That's right. The gospel choir who serenaded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their wedding last year surprised travellers with a live rendition of Ben E. King's 'Stand By Me'.

Kingdom Choir members had subtly taken their seats on the plane before breaking out into an impromptu a cappella flash mob towards the end of the flight to entertain their unsuspecting fellow passengers.

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Their performance was received with excitement and cheers as many passengers brought out their phones to film the event as others stood up to dance and sing along.

Global public relations manager for BA, Emily Coen said: "The passengers were delighted and surprised as they were tired after such a long flight."

Why does stuff like this never happen to us when we fly?!