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Demi Lovato Sang To Appease Traumatic Ghosts Who Faced Sexism In Past Life

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Demi Lovato Sang To Appease Traumatic Ghosts Who Faced Sexism In Past Life

It appears to hate the presence of men.

The ‘Stone Cold’ singer had their own ET show called ‘Unidentified With Demi Lovato,’ and many of you have probably followed through some of their episodes in the docuseries.

In one of the episodes, Demi Lovato was accompanied by Matthew Scott, and paranormal investigator Chris Smith visited Vulture City.

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The clip was shared by Peacock TV a month before Halloween, but it reemerged on Reddit in the ‘Cringetopia’ subreddit with over 11.6k upvotes. According to episode 2’s description, the 4-minute clip is about the three’s encounter with “a spirit who has past trauma with men.”

Demi told Becky G in her show, “We were originally setting out to search for UFOs and ETs, and then we came across this city called Vulture City. 

“Vulture City is known for these ghosts that lived in an old brothel, and so we set up those machines [EMF detectors], and I decided to sing for them, and they went off when I finished.”

As their original plan was to find signs of extraterrestrial life, Demi and the team asked the spirit, whose name was Carmen, “Have you seen anything like ETs here or UFOs? Star people?” 

The machine made a noise as if answering the question. But it went silent when Demi asked them another question.

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The men suggested that they leave the room and let Demi try talking to Carmen alone. Demi then asked them, “Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?” 

It answered back with noises.

“I think – Oh, I get that a lot. She has trauma. That’s why she doesn’t like men,” Demi said after that. “I have trauma, too, so I feel you, and I get it.”

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Then the team suggested trying to sing to the ghost, and Demi sang a ‘Skyscraper’ rendition right on the spot. The machine reacted to the performance, and the team said they gave Demi a “standing ovation.”

Below is the clip on the interaction between the three people inside the room where they met a spirit with trauma.

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