Demi Lovato is so sick of humans, she’s open to the idea of dating an extraterrestrial.
The ET seeker and podcast host is opening up about the potential of dating something that isn’t human.
Demi is ready for extraterrestrial love!
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In the debut episode of “Face to Face,” Becky and Demi chatted about what it means to be non-binary, self-discovery and extraterrestrials.
Demi revealed they discovered they identified as non-binary while meditating during quarantine.
“When I started assessing my spirituality, I realized that my masculine energy was just as prominent as my feminine energy, and I kind of came to the conclusion that I identify as non-binary and gender non-conforming,” they told Becky G.
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They admitted it’s hard to getting used to be being non-binary and their pronouns.
“I definitely fumble my pronouns still to this day, because you have to understand I was female assigned at birth, and have been a female my entire life up until just this past April/May, and it’s hard to get used to but it’s worth it,” Demi revealed.
The conversation then transitioned to ETs and the paranormal.
Demi recounted the time she sang for a bunch of ghosts in Vulture City.
While searching for UFOs and ETs, Demi, her sister and BFF, Matthew Scott Montgomery, came across Vulture City which is known for a group of ghosts that lived in an old brothel.
“We set up those machines [EMF detectors] and I decided to sing for them and they [the machines] went off when I finished,” they recalled.
Demi said that they’ve made contact with ETs through meditation and from looking up at the sky.
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This led Becky G to ask the question, “If there was an ET that hit every box of criteria that would be like the most ideal partner, would you date an ET?”
Without missing a beat, Demi replied, “Yes, absolutely. I’m so tired of humans. I am so tired of humans and their human bulls**t. I’m so over it. Bring me an alien. Bring me an ET.”
It’s interesting she used the term ‘alien,’ because last month, they spoke out against using the term because it is derogatory.
While speaking to Australian outlet, Pedestrian.TV, they said, “I think that we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term for anything.”
Demi continued, “That’s why I like to call them ETs! So yeah, that’s a little tidbit. A little information that I learned.”
To round out the conversation, Becky G asked Demi what they would like their legacy to be.
“My voice isn’t going to be the only legacy I leave behind, because hopefully I will have made a change somehow and if that’s by making people more aware of what being non-binary means then I made the world a better place,” they concluded.