Hey, so remember "Bowie's in Space" by Flight of the Conchords? Bowie's in space/Bowie's in space/Whatcha doin' out there, man?/That's pretty freaky Bowie, ooh Bowie/Is it cold out in space, Bowie?/You can borrow my jumper if you like, Bowie. Well, the New Zealanders could totally do a new version of that song now with "Lady Gaga" replacing "Bowie," as the pop diva is now planning to, yes, sing a song ... in space. And no, I don't mean that the 27-year-old is going to dress up in some crazy-ass astronaut costume on her next tour, I mean she's really going to sing a song in outerspace -- and she'll be the first musician ever to do so, apparently. The whole thing won't happen for about another year, but in early 2015, Gaga will climb aboard a Virgin Galactic rocketship and perform one single number as part of the Zero G Colony tech festival in New Mexico. Why?