Demi Lovato ‘Helps Ghost Overcome Sexism Trauma’ By Singing

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Demi Lovato, who identifies as non-binary, has ‘helped a ghost overcome sexism trauma’ by singing to it. 

The 29-year-old recently visited Vulture City in Arizona, US, for their docuseries Unidentified With Demi Lovato, where they encountered a ‘spirit who has past trauma with men’.

Along with friend Matthew Scott and paranormal investigator Chris Smith, the singer set up an EMF detector, which is a device that makes a noise when some form of communication is made.

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Addressing the ghost, apparently known as Carmen, Lovato asked: “Have you seen anything like ETs here or UFOs? Star people?”

At this point, the detector began to make a sound, but came to a stop when the pop star asked Carmen whether they were also a ‘Star person’.

Following the silence, Scott and Smith left the room, so Lovato could interrogate further.

Questioning the spirit, they continued: “Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?”

Once again, the device began to make a sound and Lovato said: “I think – Oh, I get that a lot.

“She has trauma. That’s why she doesn’t like men.”

Talking directly to the ghost, they added: “I have trauma, too, so I feel you and I get it.”

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Demi Lovato has ‘helped a ghost overcome sexist trauma’ by singing to it. Credit: @ddlovato/Instagram

From outside of the room, Scott and Smith then suggested that Lovato try and communicate with the spirit through singing.

Before beginning, the Camp Rock star explained: “Well, I always sing ‘Skyscraper’ when I feel like singing something emotional.”

When Lovato finished the rendition, the detector went off again, and apparently sounded like it was giving a ‘standing ovation’.

“That’s the coolest standing ovation I’ve ever had,” the singer remarked.

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