Jason Momoa is training to be a flight attendant.
The “Aquaman” star surprised an entire flight headed from Los Angeles to Hawaii.
The actor played bartender on the flight and served drinks to unsuspecting fans.
Jason Momoa Plays Flight Attendant
Hawaiian Airlines has partnered with Momoa’s water company, Mananalu. He handed out bottles of the aluminum bottles filled with purified water.
Momoa wore a pink flower in his hair, a beaded necklace, gray blazer and black top.
TikTok user @livinglikekylee shared a video of Momoa playing the role of flight attendant.
Her aunt was on the flight and sent her the video. Kylee captioned it, “My aunty sent me this vid, i just thought i’d share 😍✈️ .”
@livinglikekylee My aunty sent me this vid, i just thought i’d share 😍✈️ #PostitAffirmations #hawaiitiktok #jasonmomoa #flightattendantlife ♬ The Little Mermaid (Marimba Remix) – Harry Goes Boom!
She paired the video with “The Little Mermaid” theme song.
Fans had fun in the comments writing, “Aguaman” and “Jason Mimosa.”
One person joked, “Inflation got celebrities taking part time jobs.”
“I’d push my service button every 10 minutes,” another wrote.
Someone else echoed the service button sentiment writing, “The flight attendant call buttons are going to need to be replaced at every seat!!!!”
Momoa himself confirmed it was him playing flight attendant.
Momoa’s Water Company Is Helping Reduce Single-Use Plastic
He shared a behind the scenes video to his Instagram on Tuesday, August 2.
“Mahalo @hawaiianairlines for allowing me and my team to capture this special moment. It’s a dream come true. My idea to create @Mananalu.water came to me while on a flight,” his caption began. “I’m grateful for your support and it’s an honor to have Hawaiian Airlines be the first airline to partner with Mananalu.”
Momoa’s water company is eco-friendly and working to end plastic pollution.
“We’re on a mission to end single-use plastic. Drink one, remove one. For every bottle of Mananalu sold, we remove one plastic bottle from the ocean,” he explained. “We have removed 3 MILLION plastic bottles from the ocean this year. Don’t stop making waves to save our beautiful planet. aloha j.”
His fans praised him and the mission of Mananalu water.
“Congratulations!!! You are doing such a great thing and really utilizing your platform 👏👏 Keep making waves, representing all the people with smaller podiums. We can do anything TOGETHER 🌊🌎 xo,” one fan wrote.
“♻️ 🙌🏼 🌲 🌺 🤙🏼 Thank you for using your influence for something so positive,” another commented.
This person wrote, “Congratulations man, one beautiful soul helping save the planet.”
One celebrity NOT helping save the planet is Heidi Montag.
Earlier this year, the expecting mother promoted a new single-use jean brand called S1NGLESJEANS.
What are S1NGLESJEANS you may be asking?
They’re the world’s first line of single-use jeans.
Basically, what this means is, you wear them one time and throw them out.
Seems… like an interesting yet very earth-hating product, right?
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Well, here’s the catch.
S1NGLESJEANS are made from a proprietary blend of form-fitting cotton and recycled plastic.
The official IG account has been promoting the single-use jean brand since Monday with captions such as, “A first impression is all you need,” “One perfect denim for one perfect night,” and “Wear. Toss. Repeat.”
The “Hills” star first promoted the jeans in April writing, “No more shrinkage. No more fading color. Just good vibes. You’ll always look your best because you’ll only wear @S1NGLESNEANS once.”
She followed up the promotion with another post which read, “Made to hug our bodies, @S1NGLESJEANS is made from a proprietary blend of form-fitting cotton and recycled plastic. Wear them once, then toss them out.”