Demi Lovato – Searching for Extraterrestrials

We all question whether there is life in outer space, life other than what we know on our little planet. Given the vastness of space, statistics say that there must be some form of life out there, even an intelligent one.

Alien abduction stories and stories about aliens being encountered at cornfields or other locations are very interesting to people. The stories can be fun and scary, depending on who is telling them and whether the story is believable. 

Demi Lovato is one of the more recent stars that turned into an extraterrestrial seeker. They even made a show about it. Here is more on their story and extraterrestrials.


Extraterrestrials – Not Aliens

Finding new terms to name things is one of the favorite pastimes of the modern age, particularly if you hang out on Twitter and other social media where every word seems to become offensive.

To Demi Lovato, the alien is an offensive word, because it implies something foreign, other, something that we don’t really want. Extraterrestrials is a more acceptable word, one that simply describes them as not of this planet. They said in her interview with Becky G. that they would rather date aliens than humans, and that calling them aliens would be hurtful.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson responded by saying that aliens don’t have feelings and that we have no clue as to what is going on in the head of another species.

These comments were made shortly before Lovato made their show called Unidentified with Demi Lovato.


Unidentified – What is the Show About?

We have probably seen or heard of alien-hunting shows and even watched some. Questionable videos and evidence and stories that cannot be confirmed, are all a large part of the experiences that you can expect to see in these types of shows.

That doesn’t mean that the show cannot be entertaining or be interesting to watch. Demi Lovato had an interesting experience where they started seeing things in the sky which were not there prior to starting meditation. The next step was obviously to make a show.

The show has four episodes and portrays Lovato as someone who experienced and communicated with an ET. Together with their sister and Matthew Montgomery, they explore the possibility of ETs.


What Do the People Say?

Apart from overwhelmingly positive reviews which appear to be written like advertisements, most people are abhorred by the show. The camerawork is praised, but the acting and the personalities involved seem like performers who do not know what they are doing but are just there to get their money’s worth.

The personalities are not believable and the story is also far from engaging. Lovato appears as a messiah with otherworldly capabilities to communicate with ETs, to the point where it seems like shameless boasting. It might be a good show, but it is definitely poorly rated, having a 2.6 score out of 10 on IMDB.


Demi Lovato is a very talented singer who also encountered ETs, if we are to believe them. In their show, Unidentified with Demi Lovato, the experience is expanded upon, but the ratings tell a different story.