Woman In Love With Alien Refuses To Show Its Face For Area 51 Security Reasons
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A woman who has claimed to have found love with an alien partner is refusing to show his face in public because she's 'scared he might be taken to Area 51'.
US-based actress and podcaster Abbie Bela – also known as Emanuela Rose – apparently came across her extraterrestrial lover while in the UK exploring East London, telling GB News that dating an alien had so far proven far more successful than any previous attempts to form a human relationship.
Using an inflatable replica of her alien lover as a stand-in, Abbie explained: “We met because I got abducted by aliens about a year ago in Canary Wharf."
Thankfully for her it was a friendly abduction.
“I met him on his spaceship – he has a little spaceship – we started talking, and I was talking about how Earth men are trash and would almost be better to get abducted by aliens than keep dating on Tinder," she said.
“They liked the joke, the aliens thought it was funny. He just thinks I’m funny, I think he's cute. He’s my type, and we just get along.”
At this point in the interview, show host Patrick Christys pointed out that Abbie was in fact posing with a plastic inflatable alien and asked her where her real lover was.
“Yeah, this is the blow-up doll version of him," she responded.
"I would love to introduce him to you, but for security reasons, you know how it is on Earth, Area 51, we’ve all heard the stories… I don’t want him on a slab somewhere getting experimented on," she continued, sensibly.
“So he doesn’t actually show his real face, he can only come on shows with me as this doll, but it’s a symbolic representation of my boyfriend."
Abbie admitted she missed him when he was away on work, not least because he had to travel really far for it.
“When I miss him when he’s doing his UFO stuff – because he’s a captain – when he’s being a captain on his ship circling the Earth and all of that, I just have this little doll to remind me of him so I don’t miss him," she said.
She also said that her partner preferred to remain anonymous, but suggested he could be called 'Paul', before claiming he was from the 'Andromeda galaxy'.
It's clear that Abbie is over the moon about her space-dwelling lover, and went on to talk about her favourite quality in him.
“He’s out of this world," she said.
"I think what I like most about him is he’s not like Earth men so he doesn’t lie. Aliens don’t know how to lie. They just don’t have prejudice, so he doesn’t have the same kind of sexist beliefs that a lot of Earth men have.
“And what he likes about me is that I’m different, and I guess that I’m open-minded enough to want to date him. It’s like a soul connection.”