If you ask her, we are not alone.
Demi Lovato reckons that aliens totally exist.
Talking on ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’, she explained:
“I know that they’re real, how self-centered would we be as humans to believe that we are the only living things in the universe?”
The X Factor USA judge also explained that she saw a “really convincing documentary” about mermaids and now believes they exist too…
“You know Atlantis,” she began. “So, I believe that there could possibly be mermaids which is an alien species that lives in parts of the Indian ocean, which we have never explored before as human beings, and Christopher Columbus had actually seen three mermaids on his way to America.”
She is also a “huge fan of conspiracy theories.”
So yes, this is the news.
However, Demi isn’t alone in her beliefs and in fact, a large chunk of crazy ol’ celebland has voiced similar sentiments.
Like this lot:
1. Lee Ryan
Of course Lee Ryan believes in aliens.
Yep, the Blue loudmouth reckons that aliens explain the existence of humanity like, well better than the ol’ bible.
Over to you, Lee: “I heard that aliens are up In the mountains digging for something precious. More precious than gold. They exist, I’ve seen them twice now.”
However, he was quick to add:
“You’re not allowed to talk about this stuff. You get into trouble. From the government? Yeah.”
He has also admitted that he gets ‘turned on’ by the film Avatar. Perish the thought.
2. Danny Dyer
Danny Dyer also agrees with Lee that the world is likely to be ruled by 7ft-tall reptilian aliens.
He says he DEFINITELY has seen aliens and before you ask – they were NOT airplanes, OK?!
Asked whether he still believes in aliens, Dyer told BBC Radio 1: “Yeah. I’ve seen UFOs. It wasn’t an aeroplane, it certainly wasn’t a balloon, it wasn’t a chinese lantern.”
A kite, perhaps?
Danny also famously fronted a BBC Three documentary called ‘I Believe in UFOs’ in 2010.
3. Niall Horan
The One Direction megastar reckons that life on other planets is not only definite but also a potential future fan base.
Speaking to The Sun, the Irish singer joked: “I think our goal for ten years down the line should be to sell a single in outer space and be the first band to do so.
“I want aliens to buy our music. It is worth a shot and is obtainable.”
Totally obtainable. As long as the aliens don’t prefer Blue or…
4. Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys believes aliens are roaming the earth in disguise. Why, of course!
“Haven’t all of us seen something flying in the sky, and it’s at some random time of night that doesn’t make sense, and it’s not the shape of a plane?” she asked during an interview back in 2013.
Maybe it was a helicopter?
5. Katy Perry
Yep, Katy Perry in a firm believer in extra-terrestrial existence telling GQ magazine:
“I believe in aliens. I look up into the stars and I imagine: How self-important are we to think that we are the only life-form?”
6. Jaden Smith
Will Smith reveal recently that he was forced to ‘ground’ his son Jaden after he asked President Obama about the existence of aliens.
As Lee Ryan warned, an absolute ‘no no’ when it comes to conspiracy theorising.
However, Jaden reckons he got this response:
“I talked to President Obama about extraterrestrials. He said he could neither confirm nor deny the existence of aliens, which means they’re real. If people think we’re the only people that live in this universe, then something is wrong with them.”
Worth the grounding then to find out once and for all we are not alone…
7. Robbie Williams
Robbie is one of the devout amongst the celebrity alien hunters.
In fact, in 2006, he took a hiatus from his career to explore the world of UFOs and extra-terrestrial life.
He’s never said exactly what he found in this time but he has since written a song about alien contact.
And while we are here some celebrities who are actually rumoured to be aliens:
1) Tom Cruise
2) The Royal family
3) Lady Gaga
Danny Dyer is yet to comment on the verification of these claims.
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