Demi Lovato, Gigi Hadid and More Celebrities Who Believe in Aliens

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Humans have questioned the existence of life on other planets for centuries — including celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Tom DeLonge and Gigi Hadid.

Lovato opened up about watching the 2020 documentary Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind on the "Wild Ride! with Steve-O" podcast in April of that year. The film explores the possibility of extraterrestrial civilizations and how they can make contact with humans.

“The first encounter would be, like, seeing a UFO,” Lovato explained. “The second would be some kind of proof being left behind. The third encounter would be, like, you have some sort of interaction with the alien. The fourth is, like, you’re on board, you get abducted and then the fifth is human-initiated contact with aliens. I sound nuts right now.”

DeLonge, for his part, is a longtime believer in aliens and UFOs. The Blink-182 musician revealed in February 2015 that he's read 200 books about extraterrestrials.

"I don't spend my time looking at UFO reports or talking to little green men," he told Paper magazine at the time. "I'm way past that. If anybody tells you there's no life in the universe, you should be turned off. That's just such a dumb thing to say."

Scroll down to see a list of celebrities who believe in aliens.