Demi Lovato attempts to communicate with aliens by singing hit song Skyscraper on new docuseries in which they search for ‘ETs, UFOs, and Star people’
They delved into their interested in life beyond Earth with their new four-part docuseries Unidentified With Demi Lovato.
And the 29-year-old pop star tries to communicate with extraterrestrials the best way they know how on the new show — through song.
A new clip from Unidentified features Demi digging through their back catalogue as they sing their 2011 hit Skyscraper to a walkie-talkie which may be connected to beings far away.
Demi Lovato, 29, tried to soothe an extraterrestrial by singing their song Skyscraper in a new clip from their Peacock docuseries Unidentified With Demi Lovato
In the new clip, Demi is accompanied by their pal and costar Mathew Scott Montgomery, as well as the paranormal investigator Chris Smith of The Wraith Chasers fame.
The trio are filmed in black-and-white as they explore what appears to be an abandoned house in the dead of night.
But even though the shot is set up like a spooky paranormal investigation series, Demi is clearly delighted at the possibility of contacting extraterrestrials.
The singer appears to be communicating with a being from beyond that they call Carmen via a two-way radio placed on a sofa, which emits an eerie metallic buzz whenever it seemingly communicates, while another cube-like device with an antenna is placed on a metal grill on the other side of the room.
Spooky: In the new clip, Demi joins friend Mathew Scott Montgomery and paranormal investigator Chris Smith of The Wraith Chasers into an abandoned house to try to communicate with an alien
The singer appears to be communicating with a being from beyond that they call Carmen via a two-way radio placed on a sofa, which emits an eerie metallic buzz
Gadgets: Another cube-like device with an antenna is placed on a metal grill on the other side of the room and seems to be involved in contacting the alleged extraterrestrial
‘We just got here!’ Mathew says in shock as the sound envelopes the room just as all three entered.
‘Have you seen anything like ETs here, or UFOs? Star people?’ Demi asks allowed to the radio, which issues another buzz.
The singer also asks if Carmen is a ‘star person,’ though the noises cease.
‘Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?’ they ask after the men go into a side room out of view.
Suddenly, the radio lets out another squeal.
‘I think — Oh, I get that a lot,’ Demi says.
‘She has trauma. That’s why she doesn’t like men,’ they determine from the monotonous sound.
‘I have trauma, too, so I feel you and I get it,’ Demi says to Carmen, before launching into a song.
No boys allowed: Demi suggests the alien (which they dub Carmen) has trauma and tells the men to leave the room so they can communicate with it
Success! They sing a passionate excerpt from Skyscraper a cappella, which gets the radio to start buzzing again
Honored: ‘That’s so cool!’ Demi gushes. ‘That’s the coolest standing ovation I’ve ever had’
‘Well I always sing Skyscraper when I feel like singing something emotional,’ they say, before launching into an a cappella version of the tune.
‘Do you have to / Make me feel like / There is nothing left of me,’ Lovato sings passionately. ‘You can take everything I have / You can break everything I am / Like I’m made of glass / Like I’m made of paper.’
After they finish the snippet, the radio makes another sound, which Demi takes as a cue to let the men back in the room.
‘That’s so cool!’ they gush. ‘That’s the coolest standing ovation I’ve ever had.’
First-hand experience: Lovato spoke to Entertainment Weekly on Monday about their first UFO sighting during a trip to Joshua Tree National Park; still from Unidentified
Lovato previously shared in a trailer for Unidentified that was released this month that their interest in extraterrestrial phenomena was inspired by a possible UFO sighting they experienced during a trip to Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California.
‘We were stargazing and we tried to do this protocol where you make contact, and all of a sudden something showed up directly above us in the sky,’ the singer recounted to Entertainment Weekly on Monday.
‘It was huge lights that made a question mark, almost, in the sky — and then it just like backed out. I realized [then] that my life was probably going to change in a spiritual way, because I have a spiritual connection to this journey as well.’
They added that they had ‘no fear’ during the possible encounter.
Streaming now: Unidentified With Demi Lovato is currently available to stream on Peacock; still from Unidentified
‘The feeling that you get from these beings is so warm and loving and accepting that it’s just overwhelming joy that happens when you’re able to make contact,’ Demi added.
The hitmaker theorized that aliens are watching over humans and our planet, and they suggested that a rash of potential sighting beginning in the 1940s were motivated by the use of the atomic bomb.
In addition to partnering with their friend Mathew, Lovato joins their older sister Dallas in trying to connect with aliens and exploring the history of extraterrestrial encounters.
Unidentified With Demi Lovato is currently available to stream on Peacock.
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