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NASA Releases Amazing Parody Video Called All About That Space!

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Love it!!!

And we bet Meghan Trainor does, too!

Some interns over at NASA have created a viral video spoofing on Meghan's song All About That Bass and it's called All About That Space.

The interns taped it at the Johnson Space Center in Houston after the successful launch of the Orion space capsule.

Some of the lyrics included lines like:

"I'm all about that space
'Bout that space, space travel
I'm bringing rockets back
Go ahead and tell the whole world that
We're doing exploration. Come on, board it stat
We're ready for liftoff
Every spacecraft needs propulsion from
the bottom to the top."

Ah-mazing!

[ Related: NERD NEWS! NASA Scientists Discover Evidence That Saturn's Moon Has A Huge Underground Ocean! Could It POSSIBLY Have Aliens!?! ]

The YouTube video is currently at 299,300 views, but we expect that number to go up like a space rocket blasting off into space!

Props to these interns for making space exploration even more interesting which we thought was impossible…

…Because seriously who doesn't love space?!?! It's way better to watch than television at least, ha!

Check out the space-tastic video (below) !!!

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Promotional Images Of Madge From Desperately Seeking Susan Were Almost Nixed Due To 'Lesbian Undertones!'

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It's always interesting to hear way after the fact what behind-the-scenes drama happened on movies like this!

Veteran publicist Reid Rosefelt recently revealed that when he was working on Desperately Seeking Susan, promotional shots taken by the late Herb Ritts of Madonna and Rosanna Arquette were almost nixed by the movie's ad campaign, because of concern that the public would think it was a movie about lesbians!

He recalls:

"Some people at Orion thought that the image would make people think it was a lesbian movie. Thankfully the film’s producers, Midge Sanford and Sarah Pillsbury, were able to make their case."

Wow! Absolutely ridiculous!

But then again, we imagine that issues like this STILL come up in the industry, which frankly, is a real shame!

Kudos to the producers for holding their ground, though! Those images have become pretty iconic as this point, and we couldn't have imagined what would have become of them if they had gone in another direction!

Thoughts??

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