Sarah Brightman recently announced she was postponing her plans to fly to the International Space Station where she planned to sing a song composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber due to personal family reasons (Daily Mail - May 14).
Interestingly, the aspect of her potentially flying to the International Space Shuttle that has some entertainment viewers in various social media conversations absolutely stunned is that this gorgeous soprano was interested in making such a dangerous trip as it was only a few months earlier that a supply shop to the International Space Station burned up in the atmosphere.
Her interest in taking this trip has brought her to the attention of entertainment fans on social media who were not aware of her status as one of the best classical artists in the world nor her incredible beauty which has some male viewers captivated.
Some of her 'new' admirers have expressed thoughts on social media about wanting to be 'trapped' in space with one of the world's best singers who because of her sixteen hour training days for the trip looked more like a thirty-years old woman and not a woman fifty-two years of age.
There are times when a person who falls down into a bush full of thorns will sometimes find some red roses attached to them or surrounding them when they stand back up. Sarah Brightman might resume her space travel plans but if she does not she has likely provided the motivation for some ambitious screenwriters to create a movie that revolves around her experiences training for the trip to the International Space Shuttle.
Sarah Brightman, a classical singer/actress whose postponement of her childhood dream to fly into space could be looked at as a great public relations move as it has introduced her to a new group of younger fans fascinated by her courage, beauty and talent.