WORCESTERSHIRE singer Becky Hill applauded a Ghost Train worker dressed as a skeleton dancing on top of the ride during her festival set. 

The funny moment was caught on camera during the Bewdley pop star's set at Sheffield's Tramlines Festival.

The skeleton dancing along to Becky Hill singing Remember, her hit with David Guetta, was shared to TikTok by user @lizzycaps who captioned it 'There are worse jobs'.

Becky Hill found the video hilarious and commented on the short-form video writing "hahaha amazing". 

@lizzycapps There are worse jobs #beckyhill #beckyhillofficial #tramlinesfestival ♬ original sound - Lizzy Capps

The clip has been viewed over 50,000 times with one person writing: "When you have work at 6pm but Becky Hill at 7pm." 

Another said: "Can you blame him? He had to listen to 'Ghostbusters' on repeat for three days." 

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Earlier this month, the 28-year-old jetted off to Mallorca in Spain to give this year's Love Island contestants a private concert. 

Before entering the villa, the singer told her followers: “I’ve heard there’s a brand new bombshell entering the villa tonight… to sing some tunes.

“All I’m saying is you don’t want to miss this.”

The 'bombshell' wore a pink and green dress with pastel orange heels to perform on the hit ITV show. 

Kidderminster Shuttle: The Voice's Becky Hill performs at Sheffield's Tramline musicThe Voice's Becky Hill performs at Sheffield's Tramline music

The Islanders loved her performance and some were left fangirling over her the popular singer. 

Paige Thorne, whose partner Jacques quit the show during Tuesday’s episode to protect his mental health, said: “Becky Hill is going to be here tonight in Love Island baby.”

Before Becky Hill planned her trip to the villa she performed in a charity concert for Ukraine on Tuesday, March 29.  

The 28-year-old took to the stage for a powerful performance of the Candi Staton classic You've Got The Love.

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The singer was one of many acts last night performing to raise money for the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

The concert raised £12.2 million for the humanitarian effort in the war-torn nation for the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) and its response to the Russian invasion.

After the song, she turned to applaud the band and was met with a roar of applause from the crowd at the event.