Southwest Airlines flight attendant and Lubbock native, Marty Cobb, says she's shocked by her sudden burst of fame.
"It's more than I ever thought was remotely possible," Cobb said.
Since the video of Cobb's comical take on a routine safety briefing became live on YouTube on April 12, she has had more than one million views and has become a social media sensation.
Cobb says her comedy act is nothing out of the ordinary for her when welcoming flyers onboard, but this time her routine has reached a wider audience.
Since Monday morning, Cobb has appeared on Good Morning America and the Today show, but her goal is to meet Ellen Degeneres and Jimmy Fallon.
"I had a passenger pull me aside and say ‘oh my gosh, we've got to get you on Ellen because you're so hilarious and that is such a compliment coming from passengers," Cobb said.
The Texas Tech alumni moved out of the Lubbock area just a few years ago and has worked for Southwest as a flight attendant for 7 years.