Home Videos Photos

Holy Space Balls! Big Bang Fan Wins Legit Trip To Outer Space

| Filed under: TV NewsRobert PattinsonComic-Con

Mercedes Becerra Wins A Trip To Space Courtesy Of The Big Bang Theory

Great Einstein's ghost! This is ahhmaayzing!!

Screw touching R-Patz's elbow! Forget winning a part as a zombie extra on The Walking Dead!

The Big Bang Theory just delivered Mercedes Becerra the greatest Comic-Con prize EVER!!

You know, unless it kills her!

Mercedes won a real live trip into outer space!!

How friggin' cool is that??

Warner Bros exec Lisa Gregorian was on hand to present the award.

She explained:

“We’re so incredibly grateful to our fans for all their support and the love the show has received over the past five Cons. We wanted to deliver something special and, as fans ourselves, we thought taking a trip to space like Howard Wolowitz would be amazing and literally out of this world.”

Wolowitz is, of course, the Simon Helberg character who traveled to space in last season's finale!

Mercedes, must be going out of her mind to be going out of this world! She's pretty much the luckiest fan ever!!

Imagine all the astronaut ice cream she will get to eat!!

[Image via Warner Bros.]

Tags: , , , , , , ,

The Secrets You NEVER Knew About Saved By The Bell!
Former Co-Stars Who Put Each Other On Blast!
Before They Were Liars: Check Out The Pretty Little Liars Cast Then and Now!!!
2014's Highest Paid TV Actors!
17 Of South Park's Most Offensive Celebrity "Cameos" On The Show's 17th Anniversary!
The WORST Kissers In Hollywood!
Email this  »

2 comments to “Holy Space Balls! Big Bang Fan Wins Legit Trip To Outer Space”



  1. 1

    if it doesn't kill her? Do you have any idea how often people go to low earth orbit? Almost no one ever dies from it, pal. At least you are consistent! Every time you post about science, sci fi, video games, comics, etc., you come off sounding like a massive twat who has no idea what he is talking about.



  2. 2

    Good for her, personally at my age I could not take the gravity pull upon takeoff.