Think Ghost Adventures, but with UFOs. Unidentified with Demi Lovato is a four-part series documenting the singer's quest to come in contact with extraterrestrials, and it hits Peacock just in time for spooky season.
"I'm totally OK with people thinking I have lost my marbles, but I have seen some things in the sky that I cannot explain and that people around me cannot explain," the singer told Hoda Kotb on TODAY. "I've even caught things on footage."
After an interesting experience at Joshua Tree in 2020, one in which Lovato claims to have witnessed some sort of extraterrestrial object in the sky, they teamed up with their best friend and sister in an attempt to uncover what was going on.
"This is just some of the evidence from under the stars in the desert sky that can no longer be ignored and must be shared immediately," the pop star wrote on Instagram alongside video and photographic footage.
Have a look at Demi's alleged encounter and decide for yourself. Is it just something in the sky...or life from another planet?
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While hitting four UFO hotspots across the US, Demi and their friend and sister held meditations and attempted to make contact with whatever might possibly be out there.
As for what the cast and camera crew saw? "You’ll have to watch the show," they revealed on TODAY.
Unidentified with Demi Lovato is officially streaming on Peacock as of September 30, 2021, and it promises an engaging experience, even for the skeptics amongst us.
"It was a lot of fun and we had a lot of giggles," Lovato said.
How to watch 'Unidentified with Demi Lovato'
Those with Peacock (opens in new tab) are able to stream the series as of September 30, 2021.
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