US

Demi Lovato says aliens are ‘trying to protect me from myself’ after filming docuseries Unidentified

Demi Lovato says alien ‘angels’ are trying to ‘protect me from myself’


Demi Lovato discussed extraterrestrials as if they were angels while promoting their alien-hunting show Unidentified, which premieres this Thursday on Peacock.

‘I feel like we’re all our own worst enemy, or at least I am,’ the 29-year-old ‘believer’ told ET‘s Matt Cohen on Monday.

‘So I definitely could see how if anything is up there watching over me, they’re trying to protect me from my worst enemy, which is myself.’  

Demi Lovato (pictured Saturday) discussed extraterrestrials as if they were angels while promoting their alien-hunting show Unidentified, which premieres this Thursday on Peacock

Demi (born Demetria) suffered a near-fatal heroin and fentanyl overdose inside their $8.3M Hollywood Hills mansion back in July 2018.

Lovato – who came out as non-binary on May 19 – is now ‘legally blind with hearing loss and brain damage’ after suffering ‘three strokes and a heart attack.’

‘I feel like it’s so important also to talk about [aliens] because it raises our consciousness,’ the two-time Grammy nominee – who saw a UFO/UAP in Joshua Tree – explained.

‘It expands our consciousness and that is what we have to do in order to make this world a better place.’ 

The 29-year-old 'believer' told ET's Matt Cohen on Monday: 'I feel like we're all our own worst enemy, or at least I am. So I definitely could see how if anything is up there watching over me, they're trying to protect me from my worst enemy, which is myself'

The 29-year-old ‘believer’ told ET’s Matt Cohen on Monday: ‘I feel like we’re all our own worst enemy, or at least I am. So I definitely could see how if anything is up there watching over me, they’re trying to protect me from my worst enemy, which is myself’

Demi - who saw a UFO/UAP in Joshua Tree - continued: 'I feel like it's so important also to talk about [aliens] because it raises our consciousness. It expands our consciousness and that is what we have to do in order to make this world a better place'

Demi – who saw a UFO/UAP in Joshua Tree – continued: ‘I feel like it’s so important also to talk about [aliens] because it raises our consciousness. It expands our consciousness and that is what we have to do in order to make this world a better place’

Demi executive produced and hosted the four-part docuseries, which also features their big sister Dallas and ‘skeptical’ BFF Matthew Scott Montgomery.

‘Before we shot the show, I was a skeptic. And now since we shot the show I haven’t stopped talking about it,’ the 32-year-old Swipe Right actor told ET.

‘I was like, “Are cameras recording this?” And I think Demi went, “Yeah, this is a TV show, we’re filming.” And I was like, “Good because I cannot believe what is happening right now.”‘

Lovato originally met Montgomery in 2011 through Tiffany Thornton before he filmed Sonny with a Chance spin-off So Random! on the Disney Channel.

Nearest and dearest: Lovato executive produced and hosted the four-part docuseries, which also features their big sister Dallas (R) and 'skeptical' BFF Matthew Scott Montgomery (M)

Nearest and dearest: Lovato executive produced and hosted the four-part docuseries, which also features their big sister Dallas (R) and ‘skeptical’ BFF Matthew Scott Montgomery (M)

The 32-year-old Swipe Right actor (L) told ET: 'Before we shot the show, I was a skeptic. And now since we shot the show I haven't stopped talking about it'

The 32-year-old Swipe Right actor (L) told ET: ‘Before we shot the show, I was a skeptic. And now since we shot the show I haven’t stopped talking about it’

Advertisement




Source link

Related Articles

Back to top button