Something is going to happen in space come 2015, and you might or might not enjoy it. Apparently, Lada Gaga is scheduled to become the first singer to perform in outer space in early 2015. The pop singer is expected to travel beyond the stratosphere with her entourage and she will perform a single song for her fans.

The announcement came days after Lady Gaga released her new space-themed single, Venus. We wouldn't be too surprised if this is the song Lady Gaga plans to sing on that fateful day in 2015 as it would be quite fitting. Furthermore, we expect the performance in space would present some challenges to the singer, but we believe she has what it takes to overcome any problems she might face during her performance.

The star is set to blast off in one of Virgin Galactic's ship into space and her performance will be part of the three-day Zero G Colony high-tech music festival set to be held in Spaceport America in New Mexico, reports US Magazine.

The big question is how did Lady Gaga manage to get this spectacular opportunity? Simple really. Virgin Galactic announced back on Friday that it plans to broadcast the company's first space tourism flight in 2014. The broadcast will be held exclusively on NBC and is expected to kick off in August.

Bear in mind that the broadcast could be scaled back depending on the outcome of this month's third rocket-boosted test flight for Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo commercial rocket.

"Without a doubt, Sir Richard and his children taking the first commercial flight into space will go down in history as one of the most memorable events on television," said Sharon Scott, President and General Manager, Peacock Productions.

"Virgin Galactic is thrilled that NBCUniversal will join us on our exciting first journey to space," said Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Galactic. "In this first chapter of commercial space travel, we will help make space accessible and inspire countless more people to join us in the pursuit of space exploration and science innovation."

Lady Gaga's performance in space is expected to take place six months after the launch of Virgin Galactic's flight in August. Other celebrities who have signed up for space travel are Justin Bieber, Ashton Kutcher, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brangelina.

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