Demi Lovato Made It Known That the Term Alien Is “Derogatory” When Referring to Extraterrestrials

Demi Lovato Made It Known That the Term Alien Is “Derogatory” When Referring to Extraterrestrials

  • Demi Lovato has some strong feelings towards the term alien and does not feel it should be sued when referring to extra-terrestrials
  • During a recent interview, Demi made it clear that “aliens is a derogatory term” and ET should be used instead
  • Levato has been filming Unidentified with Demi Lovato which has given her a deeper understanding of things many might not

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Demi Lovato has taken a stand for her extra-terrestrial homies, claiming the term alien is offensive. Yes, sis, stand for what you believe in.

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Demi Lovato has declared that the term alien is offensive to extraterrestrials. Image: @ddlovato
Source: Instagram

Understanding that, here on earth, the term alien refers to someone or thing that does not belong, Demi feels it is not a term that should be sued to describe life on another plant, reported LADBible.

In an interview with Pedestrian.TV, Lovato explained that the term extra-terrestrials, or ETs for short, is more appropriate. Daily Mail reported that Demi made it clear that “aliens is a derogatory term for anything,”

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Having been diving into the world of all things unidentified whilst filming her new show Unidentified with Demi Lovato, sis has gained a deeper understanding of things that might not seem all that normal to the average Joe.

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Demi Lovato dragged after announcing song about American democracy

Demi Lovato is one of many celebrities weighing in on the riots at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. in the United States, reported Briefly News.

The singer posted her thoughts online and expressed disgust at the violent scenes that were unfolding. She also retweeted a point that the aggression was being met without police brutality.

Many agreed with her stance but things unravelled when Lovato ended her tweets by saying she was "in the studio working on something special after today’s assault on democracy."

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Twitter users jumped on the statement and began dragging Lovato for it. There were many who disregarded Lovato entirely and said her words showed that she was too ill-informed, delusional and unrealistic to take any meaningful action:


"No girl please, you can speak out whatever you want, we appreciate you using your platform but we don't need no songs about it."

Source: Briefly News

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