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Demi Lovato has claimed they had a 'beautiful' and 'incredible' UFO experience.
The singer said they were out in the California desert and witnessed a 'blue orb' floating in mid-air and that it completely 'changed the way' they saw the world.
In an interview with E! News, the 29-year-old described what it was like seeing an actual extra-terrestrial object with their very own eyes.
Lovato said: "We went out into the desert in Joshua Tree and I basically saw this blue orb that was about 50ft away, maybe less.
"It was kind of floating above the ground just like 10 or 15ft, and it was kind of keeping its distance from me."
They added: "It definitely changed the way that you see the world.
"You have an inkling and then all of a sudden that inkling is confirmed. It changes your reality, for sure."
The pop star was speaking ahead of the premiere of their upcoming documentary series Unidentified With Demi Lovato, which airs on Peacock this Thursday (30 September) and sees them delve deeper into the world of extra-terrestrials.
Discussing the series, Lovato said: "We laughed a lot and we saw some really interesting things that we captured on camera.
"I just have a curiosity about this topic that I've always had so I wanted to find out for myself."
But Lovato isn't the only one who has had strange experiences with UFOs recently.
Earlier this summer, a man was left shaking after he spotted a large object hovering 'for 10 seconds' above the sea down in Devon.
OK, so we're all pretty much agreed that UFOs exist these days, right?
Well, whether you believe in little green men being kept in a shadowy facility in New Mexico or not, there's definitely something going on - even the government of the USA has admitted it.
Maybe - just maybe - the visitors from another planet, if that is where they're coming from, aren't so different to us, and enjoy a lovely trip to the seaside as much as we do.
That's how student Matthew Evans might have come to spot one of their crafts hovering over the seafront at Teignmouth back in July.
The mature student said: "I couldn't help but see it.
"My kitchen window gives a great view of the sea so when it came across the horizon
"It wasn't moving like a plane would.
"It was moving a lot slower and went up and down for a bit before hovering a good ten seconds.
"It stayed in one spot long enough for me to pull out my phone and get those snaps."
Unidentified With Demi Lovato premieres on Peacock on 30 September.
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