LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 01: Lady Gaga seen leaving her hotel on November 1, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Neil P. Mo
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Us Weekly initially broke reports that commercial space travel pioneer Virgin Galactic was sending Lady Gaga into space in 2015 for a zero-gravity performance, which would make her the first singer to perform beyond earth's atmosphere.

Now, Gaga is essentially confirming the report with two tweets. One simply reads "#GagaInSpace2015" while another tells you to watch the live-streamed ARTPOP release party to "find out if the rumors are true." She also tweeted, "Will #VirginGalactic send Gaga to sing LIVE from space?" which, as far as we're concerned, means "yes." You don't tease the question and tell someone to tune in for the answer if it's, "No, absolutely not." Unless, of course, you're Donald Trump needlessly threatening to run for president, but he's more of a real-life monster than a Mother Monster.

Either way, this news leaves us with one thought: Gaga obviously hasn't gotten around to seeing Gravity. Because that was terrifying.

As for Gaga's worldly concerns, check out our complete guide to her soon-to-be-unleashed third album ARTPOP right here.