“I call them ET”
Demi Lovato has said that she thinks “aliens” is a derogatory term used when describing supernatural people.
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The ‘I Love Me’ singer made this comment while promoting the new documentary unknown, which sees Lovato investigating the truth about the alleged UFO incident.
Dismissing fan speculation that he has an unreleased song titled ‘Aliens’ during chat And! News, Lovato said fans shouldn’t call supernatural people “aliens” because it’s a “derogatory term for anything.”
“I think we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory word for anything,” the 29-year-old singer said. “I call them E.T.”
unknown Lovato follows her sister Dallas and friend Matthew on a road trip across America to investigate UFO sightings. The four-part unscripted show premiered on Mayur on 30 September.
A synopsis for the show reads: “While consulting with key experts, Demi, Dallas and Matthews will investigate recent eyewitness encounters, uncover secret government reports, and conduct tests at known UFO hot spots.” You can watch a trailer for unknown Down:
Last weekend, Lovato honored her late friend in a new track called “Unforgettable (Tommy’s Song)”.
Lovato shared the tribute in an emotional post on Saturday (October 9), dedicating it to model Thomas Trussell III, who passed away in 2019 as a result of a drug overdose.
Lovato wrote: “Two years ago I lost someone who meant a lot to me. His name was Tommy and he was such a handsome, special man. I wrote this song the day I found out that he had lost his battle with drug addiction. This disease is very clever and powerful.
Lovato has spoken openly about her struggle with addiction, most notably following her fatal overdose on fentanyl-laced heroin in 2018. The experiences of substance abuse, sexual assault and more are also detailed on his 2021 album ‘Dancing with the Devil… The Art of’. start all over again’.
Last month, Lovato starred in G-Eazy’s latest track, “Breakdown,” which focused on the inner demons of both actors. The accompanying music video shows G-Eazy facing media headlines about his arrest and assault allegations, while Lovato faces the answers to his overdose.
In a four-star review for Lovato’s latest album, ‘Dancing with the Devil… The Art of Starting Over’ – released in April – GranthshalaK Nick Levine called it “powerful, purposeful and uncompromising”.