NDTV - Demi Lovato sang to a 'ghost' in a clip from her docuseries, Unidentified With Demi Lovato
A video from Demi Lovato's documentary series Unidentified With Demi Lovato claims to show that the popular singer-songwriter has had an interaction with a ghost, named Carmen, who tells Demi Lovato about "trauma" caused by men. Well, it doesn't end here. Later, the American star helps Carmen heal with a song. As weird as it sounds, the ghost liked Demi Lovato's performance and even offered a “standing ovation”.
The video shows Demi Lovato in a room, as her colleagues, Matthew Scott and Chris Smith, a paranormal investigator, stand by the door It was shot during their visit to the Vulture City, in Arizona, United States, where the trio set up an EMF device
Few things here-
1 - Sign me the fuck up for this show.
I love all things ghosts, spirits, afterlife, all that. Only thing I don't do is demons and demonic possession. That stuff scares the living shit out of me. (I think "The Conjuring" is the scariest movie of all time and couldn't sleep for two days after seeing it.)
2- The only thing I enjoy more than some good old ghost talk, is alien talk.
Speaking of which, if you clicked on this blog thinking you've seen this story before and that it's "old news", you're wrong. You're just getting in confused with the last Demi Lovato viral story which involved her standing up for extraterrestrials everywhere that feel offended by us calling them aliens.
And let me stop you before you start calling Demi crazy.
Did you watch that video? Did you see that EMF reader?
“Have you seen anything like ETs here, or UFOs? Star people,” Demi Lovato asks Carmen. The device lets off a sound.
As the two men leave the room, Demi asks the ghost: "Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?"
The device buzzes and Demi continues: “I think - Oh, I get that a lot. She has trauma. That's why she doesn't like men. I have trauma, too, so I feel you and I get it."
At this point, the two men, standing outside the room, decide to enter the discussion. They suggest Demi Lovato sing to the ghost. “Well I always sing “Skyscraper” when I feel like singing something emotional,” the singer says and starts singing it. As the song ends, the machine makes a noise; which the three people take as a compliment. "That's the coolest standing ovation I've ever had,” Demi Lovato says.
Science doesn't lie folks.
As the great Nasir "Nas" Jones once said, "people fear what they don't understand."
So just because you're not on Demi's wavelength, can't communicate with the spirit world, can't empathize with them, and can't wrap your head around the feelings of beings from another world doesn't give you liberty to knock them.
Keep doing you, Demi.