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Watch Bette Midler Going to the Moon on Kickstart



Do you want to plant a tree on the Moon? If so then talk to Bette Midler. The singer/actress has started a Kickstarter campaign to do just that and it will only cost $174 Million.

“I want your support for an initiative that is very near and dear to my heart, planting trees. Specifically one tree, on the Moon, ” the star of Beeches and the Rose says in a new on line video.

“I have worked for years planting trees and cleaning parks in New York City and I feel that I am really ready for the next step is to complete my astronaut training, board a spaceship, land on the Moon and then come home, ” she said.

For a donation of only $5, 000 she will carve your name on the tree. For $100, 000 she will moon you from the Moon.

Not!

Bette Midler has actually joined the long list of celebrities who have provided a video for the popular satirical website Funny or Die.

In other Midler news the diva has said that she and Her Hocus Pocus co-stars, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker, are game for doing a sequel to the 1993 film about a group of three sister witches who are resurrected after 300 years in modern day Salem, Massachusetts.

“Inundate the Disney Company, ” Midler said on Reddit. “Because I have canvassed the girls and they are willing to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want a Hocus Pocus 2, ask the Walt Disney company. You have been SO adorable. This has been most enlightening. SISTAHS! And don’t go chasing waterfalls…”

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