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Celebrities Who Believe in Extraterrestrial Life

The existence of extraterrestrial life is a subject that can be viewed from a variety of points of view. Funnily enough, this very topic is very popular among celebrities. More than a few have spoken out about their belief in life on other planets.

For example, did you know that Rihanna claims to have seen a UFO before? Or that Robbie Williams was already considering quitting the music for the search for aliens? These are just two of the many stars who are sure that we are not alone in space.

Click through the gallery and find out which stars believe in the existence of aliens!

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Demi Lovato

A few days before the premiere of the documentary series “Unidentified with Demi Lovato”, on September 30, 2021, the star recalls the last experience with a UFO opposite AND! News‘ Daily Pop, explaining how this encounter even convinced “non-believing” friend Matthew Scott Montgomery and sister Dallas Lovato that aliens existed.

“We were driving into the desert at Joshua Tree and I saw this blue celestial body about 50 feet away, maybe less, and it was hovering off the ground, about 10 to 15 feet, and it was kind of keeping a distance from me,” Lovato described, “It was a beautiful and incredible experience.” Lovato added: “It changed the way you see the world. You have a hunch and then suddenly that hunch is confirmed. It changes your reality, that’s for sure.”

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Demi Lovato

Lovato told She Canada of sighting a UFO that would have looked like a “worm in the sky”. Recently, Lovato advocated meditation to contact aliens and shared a video of her alleged UFO sighting on a trip to the desert.

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Khloé Kardashian

On an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloé took Tristan Thompson on a hike through an alleged alien hotspot. “Malibu has actually attracted a lot of UFO sightings and when I was researching I found out about this trail and this trail is said to have amazing alien energy and I’m so excited,” she later explains, describing herself as “kind of supernatural ” and therefore perhaps freed from the effects of the energy.

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Khloé Kardashian

When flashing blue lights appeared across the Los Angeles night sky in 2015, Kardashian didn’t believe the “cover-up story” about a missile test. She tweeted the hashtag #WeAreNotAlone.

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Grimes is also a bit supernatural, showing off her new “beautiful alien scars” tattooed on her back in white ink. The intricate web of lines is a true commitment to extraterrestrial life!

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Miley Cyrus

The pop star told Interview, that she was being chased by a UFO shaped like a snowplow while driving through San Bernardino. She was said to have made eye contact with the creature driving the vehicle – but this was quite harmless. However, she added that the weed she bought from a man in a van could also have been the cause of the encounter…

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Zayn Malik

The singer decided to leave One Direction after an alien advised him to do so in a dream, he told Glamor magazine.

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Ariana Grande

The singer claimed to have seen a UFO in 2013 and told opposite Complex: “We would be stupid if we thought we were the only living beings here.”

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Tom Cruise

“Millions of stars and we’re supposed to be the only living things? No, there’s a lot of things out there,” Cruise said in 2007. “We just don’t know.”

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Katy Perry

In 2011, the singer tweeted about her belief in aliens. She wrote that she also believed in ghosts, but that aliens were a little more convincing.

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Robbie Williams

In 2008, the singer spoke about his decision to quit music and look for UFOs instead. According to his own statements, he had already seen “a few”.

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Megan Fox

The actress has spoken about her belief in intelligent life in space, in ghosts, in the yeti and just “everything” in several interviews.

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The singer opened up about how her father used to make her sit outside all night looking for UFOs when she was a kid. She even admitted that she later hired a specialist to report to her every time a UFO flies over California.

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Nick Jonas

A third of the Jonas brothers, on the show Late Night with Seth Meyers, claimed to have seen three UFOs at home in LA in 2015. A brief research in online forums made him a real supporter of alien theories.

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Dwayne Johnson

“I’m sure we’re not the only ones; it would be arrogant to think that,” The Rock told Vice magazine in an interview.

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Alicia Keys

“Haven’t we all seen something in the sky at a weird time of night that didn’t look like an airplane?” the singer asked in a 2013 interview.

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David Bowie

It’s hardly a surprise that “Starman” David Bowie believed in “life on Mars,” right? But all the conspiracy theories about Bowie himself being an alien are interesting.

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Amy Adams

Her role in “Arrival” confirmed her belief in aliens. “Of course. Life can take on very different forms and modes of existence than what we usually imagine when we talk about living things,” she says.

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Keanu Reeves

The actor thinks it’s inconceivable that we’re alone in the universe and believes that humankind will one day encounter aliens.

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Kylie Jenner

“I was at Area 51 and spoke to people who claim to have been kidnapped,” Jenner said Cosmo. “I’m super interested in aliens, but that’s exactly why I’m scared of them, because I believe in them 100%.”

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Halle Berry

Berry told David Letterman in 2014 that sooner or later humanity will meet aliens. “Maybe it’ll be 20 years before we encounter other life forms, but I think they’re out there.”

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Steven Spielberg

It’s not surprising that the director of “ET: The Extra-Terrestrial” believes in aliens. However, he is sad that he has never seen a UFO himself!

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A UFO sighting in the desert is said to have inspired Kesha’s spacey Rainbow album cover, White Billboard. On Instagram, the singer wrote: “UFOs are real. I’ve seen them. No fun.”

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Victoria Beckham

The star claims to have seen a blinding light over the LA mansion in 2011.

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Russell Crowe

The actor uploaded a video of what appeared to be a UFO to YouTube in 2013.

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Will Smith

The actor believes in aliens and has spoken out on the subject several times throughout his career. In 2012 he said: “It’s just as ridiculous to say that aliens don’t exist as to say they exist. I’m very open about that.”

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Billy Ray Cyrus

The country music star shared a photo on Twitter that allegedly shows five UFOs over a sunset. He also almost became the host of the show “UFO: Unbelievably Freakin’ Obvious”.

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Bill Nye

The popular scientist and former “Bill Nye the Science Guy” host tweeted at the premiere of “Men in Black”: “There are 200 billion stars in our galaxy. So surely 1 trillion planets. Aliens must be out there…”

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Sigourney Weaver

The actress, who played the role of Ripley in the ‘Alien’ series, believes the public has a right to know more about the search for aliens. She believes in a special department of the American government that is only there to keep reports about aliens secret.

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Jaden Smith

The young star asked Barack Obama if aliens really exist, to which the then President neither said yes nor denied. For Smith, this was confirmation that they really exist.

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Gillian Anderson

A paranormal event at her home in 1995 led the X-Files star to believe in aliens.

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Tom DeLonge

The Blink 182 star is famous for his interest in UFOs. “I know government sources. My phone was bugged. I’ve done some weird things – no one would believe me if I told them.”

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Mick Jagger

The singer claims to have spotted a cigar-shaped spaceship at a music festival in 1968. He later installed a UFO detector on his estate.

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Olivia Newton John

The actress thinks she saw a UFO when she was 15.

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Muhammad Ali

The boxing legend was reportedly a staunch believer in alien theories and claimed to have had multiple encounters with extraterrestrial life, including sightings of a giant UFO mothership.

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Shirley MacLaine

MacLaine is a strong believer in aliens and reincarnation.

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Dan Aykroyd

The ‘Ghostbusters’ star can talk about aliens for hours, as he proved in his documentary Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs. So it is certain that he believes in her! He told Larry King he was convinced they were here. “Science should accept that they are here and study how they came to us from the future or the next dimension or wherever. They kidnapped people!”

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Zooey Deschanel

As a child, Zooey’s sister teased her that she was actually from the planet Neptune. Maybe that joke rubbed off on her, because Zooey still believes in aliens to this day.

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Gigi Hadid

The model gave opposite Haper’s Bazaar admit that they believe in aliens.

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William Shatner

The ‘Stark Trek’ icon is loyal to Captain Kirk: “There is no doubt that there is life out there; simple math leads to this conclusion. In my opinion the universe must just be teeming with life in all possible forms – teeming!”

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Kacey Musgraves

2023-07-02 11:02:19
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