Lady Gaga, 27, is set to become the first artist ever to sing in outer space when she performs at the Zero G Colony high-tech musical festival in early 2015, Us Weekly reports.
Gaga is set to blast off in a Virgin Galactic ship at Spaceport America in New Mexico to perform a single track during the festival, which is a three-day event. Her performance in space is reportedly planned to take place on the third day at dawn, approximately six months after the first Virgin Galactic commercial flight.
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"She has to do a month of vocal training because of the atmosphere," a source tells the magazine. "[It will be] like nothing the world has seen before."
And of course, she's already taken some precautions!
"Gaga has taken out a ridiculous life insurance policy!," a source says.
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Other celebrities who have signed up for flights on Virgin Galactic, which start at $250,000 and up to travel on Virgin founder Richard Branson's rocket-powered SpaceShipTwo, include Justin Bieber, Ashton Kutcher, Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio.