Come Fly with Robyn at JFK’s Jet Blue Terminal
Posted by Newson 07/29/2011 at 12:00 PM
Airports are quite possibly the most stressful place in the world. Juggling various forms of identification, checking terminals and arrivals and departures, constantly being forced to take off your shoes for some reason—it’s a nerve-wracker. So what better way to unwind while waiting for your flight to Albequerque (with connections via Chicago and Houston) than by getting down to some live jams from Swedish pop darling Robyn? The Fembot showed up at the JetBlue terminal at JFK airport in New York recently to run through her “Call Your Girlfriend” for an appreciative audience.
“I spend a lot of time in airports, but I never perform in them,” said Robyn. “I’m gonna try to make up for all that lost time.” About damn time—here’s hoping she’s still around for Popdust’s upcoming flight to the Dominican. She can even come with us, if she promises to sit still for once during the damn flight.
You can watch video of Robyn’s performance over at Idolator, or check out the inimitable original “Girlfriend” video below.
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