All the questions I had while watching Unidentified with Demi Lovato

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One evening in October 2020, a pop sensation Demi Lovato was abducted by aliens in their sleep. At least, that’s what they believe happened to them. In the first episode of their new Peacock series Unidentified with Demi Lovato, the pop star unwraps her fascination with the great stranger and tries to connect with beings from another realm.

Accompanied by their best friend Matthew Scott Montgomery and their sister Dallas lovato, Lovato – who came out as non-binary earlier this year and uses them / them pronouns – tours California in a motorhome meeting other UFO enthusiasts, abducted aliens, and therapists who specialize in everything which is extraterrestrial. As with many things related to UFOs, a large part Unidentified with Demi Lovato must be seen to be believed.

The series raises a lot of questions: do aliens exist? What exactly is “regressive hypnotherapy”? Can you really call something a TV season if it’s only 4 episodes? These and many more are some of the questions I had while watching Unidentified with Demi Lovato.

Will we definitively find out over the course of this series if Demi was abducted by aliens, or is it more about Demi’s internal and emotional journey and her search for radical acceptance?

Wait, why Seth Meyer appear briefly in the intro? Does he also believe in aliens?

In the opening, Demi says “We have always been told that aliens are a threat.” …Have we?

It’s great to see Kesha again, who we learn is also great in UFOs, and even has a tattoo of a UFO on her wrist. Are all the pop stars who can write a super catchy song aliens? Are aliens the secret source of their talent? Did these otherworldly beings send the hooks of “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Timber” straight into Demi and Kesha’s head?

Did you know that Kesha has a podcast, Kesha and the creepies? At this point, is there a celebrity who doesn’t have a podcast?

While talking to Kesha about her experience with aliens, Demi says they saw a very bright blue light and shows a photo of said light on their iPhone. Do you think aliens could be captured by what appears to be an iPhone 13 Pro?

Demi describes their experience of being contacted by aliens on Kesha’s podcast: “I was in my room that night and these beings were just like, ‘Do you want to come back to our planet?’ And I’m like ‘Hell yeah.’ So [laughs] I am sucked out of my room and I float above the planet. Then I woke up and that’s all I remember. I’m sorry, what?

Does Demi Lovato really need a chyron that says “singer / actor” 10 minutes after the show starts? Don’t we all know that already?

Where do you think Demi’s best friend Matthew Scott Montgomery got his BFA?

We then meet the “UFO Bros”, born Joe and Emmet Hayes, and learn that California reported 12,000 sightings of unidentified flying objects in 2020. 12,000 people? Where do we even report a UFO sighting?

How did we go from learning about Demi’s alien experience to finding a cabin where there were “dozens of UFO abductions” with the UFO Bros in T-minus 30 seconds?

In the confessional, Demi talks about their love for the “world of ufology“. Ufology – pronounced “you follow gee” – must be the study of UFOs. When will this field of study be available at all universities across the country?

Demi laments that it’s very easy to feel like an outcast when you believe in UFOs, aliens, and aliens. Am I correct that this endeavor could be more of Demi’s search for radical acceptance than contact with aliens?

UFO Bros. take Demi, Dallas, and Matthew to a location in the woods “famous” for UFO abductions. They then tell the story of a same-sex couple named Sarah and Jen who were allegedly kidnapped on March 3, 1953. This was long before the United States recognized the legitimacy of same-sex relationships. These aliens from the 1950s said gay rights! ?

Which actors were able to recreate the images of the kidnapping? Were they unionized? What was their daily rate?

Apparently, most people abducted by aliens go through what is called “regressive hypnotherapy” to unwrap the trauma of the experience. Can we just add the word “therapy” to the end of any term now, and it becomes one thing (see also: psycho, equine, aroma)?

According to UFO Bros, the alien abductee Sarah loved aliens and while Jen disliked aliens. They were both lost in time, were transported in a Saturn-shaped UFO in the sky, and medical experiments took place on the ship. Upon their return to the cabin, the aliens told them to “”forget that! ”which begs the question of whether the aliens were really just a few wise men from Brooklyn?

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