Everyone thought all of Tom’s talk about aliens was nuts. Then they read the emails on Wikileaks between him and John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager. John and Tom went into detail about a project concerning UFOs and the fact that his work was with an official who was involved with Roswell.
Ariana thinks the way most people think, “We’d be stupid to believe we are the only people here.”
Felicity is hopeful that there are aliens out there, “It’s nice to think that there’s another planet with other things going on and that we’re not, you know, the center of the universe.”
Demi takes believing in aliens to a whole new level. She actually thinks that mermaids are real and that they are a species of aliens who live in the Indian Ocean. Yep. That’s what she said.
In an interview, Eddie was asked about Stephen Hawking’s theories on aliens, “I believe all of that! There’s such a vastness out there, there must be others.”
The former president not only believes in aliens, he said he actually saw a UFO. Somehow, he mentioned it during his presidential campaign and the people still voted him into office. How about that?
Like so many other people in the world, Keanu simply believes the universe is too big for it only to be inhabited by just us. It kind of seems to be the prevailing argument for mostly everyone.
Katy lumps a lot of her beliefs together, “I see everything through a spiritual lens. I believe in a lot of astrology. I believe in aliens.”
The Rock actually thinks there are more possibilities than aliens. He thinks magic is real and he believes in quite a bit more than that.
David went beyond simply believing in aliens. He said he visited a UFO repair shop. What’s that like, alien mechanics working on UFOs jacked up in the air?
Will Smith’s son took the opportunity to seek the answer out from the president of the United States. If anyone would know about aliens, he would right? But, President Obama found a way to keep from answering him on that one.
It only seems fitting that Sigourney would be on this list. But, she goes a step further than just believing. “I think there’s a department in our government that is exclusively dedicated to quashing reports about aliens.”
Dan absolutely believes aliens. But, he doesn’t think they have a very high opinion of us, “They don’t want anything to do with us. I don’t think we will ever have a formal relationship, a formal contact, with any alien species out there — especially after 9/11, when we broke our toys in the sandbox.”
Nick not only believes, but he says he saw three flying saucers, “When I was 14, I was in my backyard playing basketball with some friends and I looked up into the sky and there was three flying saucers. Everyone said it was a movie, but I was convinced it was real. So I looked it up online and there was three identical sightings in other states. So I’m a firm believer in aliens and extraterrestrial life.”
Fran says she more than just believes in aliens. She actually says she has been abducted by them. Her ex-husband Peter and her share that experience years before they met and they even have the same scar in the same spot. Beat that!
As a Scientologist, Tom thinks there might be a time Xenu, that’s who the Scientologists refer to the evil dictator of the Galactic Confederacy, might attack the earth. Because of that, he build a ten million dollar bunker to hide in if it happens.