Singer Demi Lovato Reveals UFO Experience in a New Series ‘Unexplained and Unidentified’

Demi Lovato is on a mission to discover life on other planets. Peacock released the official teaser for Demi Lovato’s new series Unidentified on Thursday. The documentary follows the singer, her closest friend Matthew Scott Montgomery, and her sister Dallas Lovato as they investigate space and UFOs with the assistance of some specialists.

“I had this crazy experience that happened to me in Joshua Tree,” Lovato, 29, says at the start of the trailer. “It was this bright light that kind of moved in like these weird ways that a plane wouldn’t move. My goal is to find out what really happened.”

“I’m Demi Lovato, singer, activist, and UFO experiencer,” they continue. “I’m hitting the road with my best friend Matthew and my sister Dallas to investigate the unexplained and the unidentified.”

The trailer follows the group as they go to several locations and speak with many experts to “make contact with the truth” regarding what exists in outer space.

“What if extraterrestrials aren’t traveling lightyears to visit us?” Lovato asks. “What if they’re already here waiting for us to reach out?”

In one scene, an expert spoke to a device used to communicate with the aliens, “Say hello to Demi,” before the tool responded with a similar greeting. Lovato and her team then let out surprised gasps.

Lovato states at the trailer’s conclusion, “Wow, I’m so excited.”

The new Peacock performance was announced in May, when Lovato said on social media that they would be “hitting the road for an out-of-this-world adventure.”

According to a press release, Demi, Dallas, and Matthew will consult specialists, run experiments, explore eyewitness experiences, and find hidden government reports on the show.

Demi will also interview scientists and alleged alien abductees in order to “initiate close encounters and make peace with aliens.” The show will be shot in the form of a “docu-follow exploration of Demi’s quest.”

Unidentified is scheduled for release on September 30.