Popular TV show The Simpsons has made another prediction that has turned out to be completely right.
Seven years ago, the comedy series showed a clip of Richard Branson's cartoon version floating in a zero gravity compartment in a spaceship.
On Monday, the cartoon became real life.
Earlier this week, Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson became the first billionaire to blast into outer space in his own vessel – making him a winner in the rich-lister space race.
Even more uncannily, it wasn't up to people's imagination to picture the entrepreneur flying around in his self-funded voyager.
He took a video of himself and five others experiencing a few minutes of weightlessness while 80km high in the sky.
The scene exactly mimicked that of The Simpsons.
In 2014, The Simpsons aired The War Of Art, which was episode 15 of its 25th series.
The storyline was about an art forger who believed his fakes were making the world a better place.
This forger showed Lisa Simpson how his fake artworks brought pleasure to those who owned them, which included a clip of Richard Branson admiring his artwork while in a gravity-less spacecraft.
Branson first founded Virgin Galactic in 2004 and it's no secret he has always dreaming of leaving Earth's atmosphere.
As well as sharing the video of himself, two pilots and three other passengers floating in space, Branson admitted he had fulfilled a lifelong dream – which could be how The Simpsons writers made their prediction.
"I was once a child with a dream looking up to the stars," he wrote.
"Now I'm an adult in a spaceship looking down to our beautiful Earth. To the next generation of dreamers: if we can do this, just imagine what you can do."
It's not the first time The Simpsons has made a spinechilling prediction about the not-so-distant future.
The Simpsons is most famous for predicting that Donald Trump would become President of the United States 16 years beforehand.
"Bart to the Future," was first broadcast in 2000 showing Trump as leader of the free world, and by 2016, Trump was elected as president.
In that same episode, the show's creators depicted Lisa Simpson in a purple dress with a pearl necklace when she was inaugurated as First Lady – the same outfit Vice President Kamala Harris wore earlier this year, which can be seen above.
The TV show also made the news earlier this year for foreseeing the US riots at Capitol Hill in January.