Lady Gaga to be The First Artist to Perform in Outer Space in 2015

First Posted: Nov 08, 2013 07:08 AM EST

Lady Gaga is reportedly planning to become the first artist to perform in outer space in early 2015.

The Born This Way singer is known for her bizarre fashion statements and outspoken views. Undoubtedly, this time again the singer has made it to the headlines after revealing her plans to become the first artist to perform in outer space in 2015.

The 27- year-old star will head to outer space aboard a Virgin Galatic ship as part of a Zero G Colony music festival, which will be held at Spaceport America, New Mexico.

"Upon reaching space she will become the first ever-recording artist to perform outside the atmosphere, in zero gravity," says PEOPLE.

Gaga plans to sing the song Entourage in tow on the third day of the concert, reports New York Daily.  Her performance will be six months after the first Galactic commercial flight.

Similar to Gaga, the classical singer Sarah Brightman will also undertake a similar adventure and will be with the Russian cosmonauts for a 10-day journey to the International Space Station in October 2015, where she plans to record a song, reports the Guardian.

For this out-of-the-world performance, Gaga will undergo a month of vocal training because of the change in the atmosphere. Sources also reveal that the eccentric diva plans on packing her glam squad along with her in the shuttle.

Back in June, the teen heart throb, Justin Bieber, 19, paid $250,000 to reserve a seat on Virgin Galatic SpaceShipTwo.

In response to SpaceShipTwo founder Richard Branson's tweet that read "Great to hear @justinbieber & @scooterbraun are latest @virgingalactic future astronauts. Congrats, see you up there!" Beiber replied: "Let's shoot a music video in space!" 

Apart from Gaga and Bieber, the other celebrities making their trip to space would be Angeline Jolie, Ashton Kutcher and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Let's wait and watch how Gaga tops this performance. Good Luck Gaga!!

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