The celebrities were teaming up to support Comic Relief's Red Nose Day by fooling passengers at London Heathrow
Olympic diver Tom Daley and Spice Girl Emma Bunton were among the celebrities who donned British Airways uniform and pranked customers at London’s Heathrow Airport for a sketch for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
Presenter David Walliams also channelled one of his Come Fly With Me characters to help customers check-in to their flight and pose for security photos – even going as far as kissing one customer’s passport.
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Tom Daley greeted passengers at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and even managed to persuade some travellers to perform diving moves before boarding their flights.
Meanwhile Emma Bunton was helping passengers use the self-service check-in for their holiday and made customers look into a perfectly positioned camera before citing Spice Girls lyrics to the unsuspecting passengers.
She said: “If you look into this camera. A little bit closer, a bit more…” before then asking the customers to “Come a little bit closer baby. Get it on, get it on.”.
Emma also asked a passenger who her favourite Spice Girl was. When she was met with the reply “Sporty”, Bunton retorts: “Are you sure about that?”.
Credit: Getty Images for British Airways
The shenanigans were all recorded for Comic Relief which airs on 24th March and raises money for charity. Watch the video below.
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This video was produced by video production company Social Films.