When Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) launched a rocket carrying 10 satellites into orbit from California on Dec. 23, Saturday, a spectacular trail in the sky caught the attention of thousands of Americans. One of them was Demi Lovato, 25, who took to Twitter to share her reaction.
“I’m calling b——-t on SpaceX’s excuse,” the “Tell Me You Love Me” singer wrote. “That shit’s a UFO and there’s been others that have been seen that are just like it!!”
Thousands of netizens were surprised because SpaceX had released warnings to the public before the rocket launch while some hoped that Lovato was just joking. Hours before her tweet about a UFO went viral, she tweeted that people need to learn how to have a sense of humor.
But Lovato was not done. She went on to explain herself with another tweet saying, “What’s so wrong with a girl wanting desperately for aliens to be real?!!”
SpaceX founder Elon Musk, 46, took to Twitter to share a video of people confused by the rocket launched by his company. In the caption, he wrote, “Nuclear alien UFO from North Korea.”
Meanwhile, Lovato is set to voice the lead female character Lenore in “Charming.” Her former boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama voices the lead male character Prince Charming n the 2018 animated film, which was written and directed by Ross Venokur.
“Charming” will also feature the voices of Sia Furler, Avril Lavigne, Ashley Tisdale, Nia Vardalos, John Cleese, Steve Aoki and Hong Kong-based Chinese singer-songwroter Tang Tsk-kei, who is professionally known as G.E.M. Meanwhile, watch the music video of Lovato’s song “Tell Me You Love Me” here: