Demi Lovato serenaded an awakened spirit to help it overcome sexist trauma. Yes, you read that correctly (unfortunately).
Lovato – known for her paranormal allure in recent months – stepped into a disused brothel in Arizona during an episode of her Peacock TV show Unidentified. Here Lovato stumbled upon the ghost "Carmen".
Together with close friend Matthew Scott and paranormal investigator Chris Smith, the trio apparently managed to communicate with "Carmen" via an EMF detector.
After talking to the alien about the EMF detector, Lovato shared that the woken up spirit had experienced sexual trauma with a man.
“Have you seen anything like ETs or UFOs here? Star people? ", Lovato asked 'Carmen' without receiving an answer.
Lovato continued her question and asked, "You don't want to say anything more because the boys were here?"
The EMF detector made a sharp noise, which Lovato seemed to take as a yes to her question.
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"I think – oh, I get that often," they said. ‘She has trauma. That's why she doesn't like men. I also have trauma, so I feel you and I understand it. "
Lovato wanted to calm the ghosts' worries by breaking into a performance of their 2011 single "Skyscraper".
"There's nothing left of me / You can take everything I have / You can break everything I am / Like I'm made of glass / Like I'm made of paper / Go on and try to tear me down / I'll be out rise to the ground, ”Lovato sings to the ghost.
As soon as Lovato has finished her performance, the EMF detector makes long, high-pitched tones that her friends refer to as a “standing ovation”.
Demi shares that the EMF detector's high pitch is "the coolest standing ovation" they "ever" had.