What is the best way to get over a breakup? Is it to spend time outdoors? Form deep and meaningful connections with new people and possibly new life-forms? Do spon-con for a … UFO app? If you’re Demi Lovato, the answer is: all of the above.
In her latest Instagram post, the singer — who very recently and very publicly split up with her quarantine fiancé, actor Max Ehrich — says she spent the past few days in Joshua Tree National Park with Dr. Steven Greer. Greer is “one of the world’s foremost authorities on the subject of UFOs, ET intelligence, and initiating peaceful contact with ET civilization,” per his Instagram bio. He is also the developer of the CE5 Contact app ($9.99 in the App Store), which purportedly helps users make “peaceful contact with extraterrestrial civilizations as well as locating others in your area who are interested in making contact.”
Along with posting video and pictures of unidentified objects zipping through the night sky, Lovato wrote that over the past few months she has “dug deep into the science of consciousness,” experienced “peace and serenity” like she’s never known before, and witnessed “incredibly profound sightings.”
“This planet is on a very negative path towards destruction but WE can change that together. If we were to get 1% of the population to meditate and make contact, we would force our governments to acknowledge the truth about extraterrestrial life among us, and change our destructive habits,” Lovato wrote, before plugging the CE5 app.
Demi did not go into what she and the aliens have been chatting about, how exactly a one percent human-alien connection could help the planet, or whether the aliens are hot.
Anyway, if you’ve recently gone through a breakup and want to make more interstellar connections but don’t want to drop $9.99 on an app, you can always just hang out on balconies and hope the aliens find you for free, like they did Post Malone. Best of luck!