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Demi Lovato Sings To Ghosts To Help Them Overcome Trauma Caused By Experiencing Sexism

Demi Lovato Sings To Ghosts To Help Them Overcome Trauma Caused By Experiencing Sexism
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Joined by friend Matthew Scott and paranormal investigator Chris Smith, Demi Lovato visited Vulture City, an assumed ghost town in Arizona. Lovato and their friends filmed docuseries Unidentified with Demi Lovato.

Once they arrived, they allegedly found Carmen, a spirit who had "past trauma with men." In an abandoned brothel, Lovato asked the spirit whether they are "Star person."

"Star person" means a ghost who is from another planet or dimension. Carmen's spirit did not reply, and the EMF detector went silent.

Once the men left the room, the EMF detector started creating noise. Lovato said: "Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?" The device sound came back, and Demi stated, "I think – Oh, I get that a lot. She has trauma. That's why she doesn't like men. I have trauma too, so I feel you, and I get it."

Lovato told Carmen that they always sing their 2011 song Skyscraper when they want to get in touch with emotions. After their performance, Smith and Scott claimed that the machine sounds were like a "standing ovation." Demi replied: "That's the coolest standing ovation I've ever had."

What do you think about this encounter with Carmen and Demi's docuseries?