And that is a wrap on Star Wars Episode VIII. My heart is brimming. #reyout

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Here’s a behind the scenes video of Daisy recording “At the Ballet” with Barbra Streisand. You can listen to the full song here.

A few months ago, it was revealed that Daisy was recording a song with Barbra Streisand and it’s finally here! She sings for “ENCORE: Movie Partners Sing Broadway” alongside Anne Hathaway. Amazing, right? Listen to her beautiful voice below:

J.J. Abrams shares more The Force Awakens screen tests for Daisy Ridley and Jennifer Lawrence (Vanessa Bayer), Shia LaBeouf (Kyle Mooney), Matthew McConaughey, John Boyega, Emma Stone, Janelle Monae (Sasheer Zamata), Jon Hamm and more.

Daisy is on the cover of the May 23-29 issue of The Big Issue magazine. She talks about ‘Only Yesterday’ and ‘The Force Awakens’. Make sure to grab your copy and to check the scans in our gallery!

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IBTIMES – Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Daisy Ridley paid tribute to Nasa’s first female launch director, Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, in a video published on 4 May. Ridley described Nasa’s female employees as “heroic” and said they “continually inspire girls to enter the space programme.”

Spaceflight engineer Blackwell-Thompson will be the first woman to oversee a Nasa lift-off and launch, and will also be the launch director for the Space Launch System, a rocket designed to carry astronauts into deep space and potentially Mars.

Nasa is developing the capabilities needed to send humans to an asteroid by 2025 and Mars in the 2030s – goals outlined in the bipartisan Nasa Authorization Act of 2010 and in the US National Space Policy, also issued in 2010.

Nasa’s powerful SLS rocket will enable these “proving ground” missions to test new capabilities. Human missions to Mars will rely on Orion and an evolved version of SLS that will be the most powerful launch vehicle ever flown.