Demi Lovato set heads turning with a colorful look when they stepped out in New York City on Tuesday night.
The 29-year-old singer–songwriter rocked an eye-catching silver-and-red patterned duster for a night out in the Big Apple.
Their outing comes after they admitted they think aliens are actually ‘angels’ trying to ‘protect me from myself’ in the run-up to their new alien hunting series.
All eyes on them: Demi Lovato, 29, stood out in a silver duster with a striking crimson floral patch as they stepped out in New York City on Tuesday night
Demi looked stylish in the long lustrous coat, which featured an asymmetrical crimson patch over part of the left sleeve and back with floral designs.
They channeled the 1980s by rolling up the jacket’s sleeves to showcase the tattoos on their arms and hands.
The Confident singer paired the coat with a low-key black top and a striking set of black leather pants culminating in black alligator-print platform boots.
They wore their raven hair in a playfully messy pixie that showed off their face and prominent diamond-encrusted hoop earrings.
Edgy: They channeled the 1980s by rolling up the jacket’s sleeves to showcase the tattoos on their arms and hands
Back in black: The Confident singer paired the coat with a low-key black top and a striking set of black leather pants culminating in black alligator-print platform boots
The following morning, they joked in their Instagram Stories about joining a ‘lesbian space commune’ with fellow musician Grimes after she ended her three-year relationship with SpaceX founder Elon Musk.
Demi, who came out as non-binary in May, shared a Page Six headline reading, ‘Grimes jokes she’s starting a “lesbian space commune’ after Elon Musk,’ which sounded appealing to them.
‘Hi where can I join thanks,’ they joked in a caption.
Having a laugh: On Wednesday morning, they joked about wanting to join a ‘lesbian space commune’ with Grimes after the musician ended her relationship with Elon Musk after three years
Demi has had space on the brain recently amid the rollout of their new docuseries Unidentified, which premieres Thursday on NBC’s streaming service Peacock.
While speaking with ET’s Matt Cohen on Monday, they suggested that extraterrestrials might be like angels watching over them.
‘I feel like we’re all our own worst enemy, or at least I am,’ the singer said. ‘So I definitely could see how if anything is up there watching over me, they’re trying to protect me from my worst enemy, which is myself.’
Space on the brain: Demi revealed to ET on Monday that they think aliens are like guardian ‘angels’ watching over them in the wake of their near-fatal overdose in 2018; still from Unidentified
Opening up: ‘I feel like we’re all our own worst enemy, or at least I am. So I definitely could see how if anything is up there watching over me, they’re trying to protect me from my worst enemy, which is myself’; still from Unidentified
They appeared to allude to their near-fatal overdose from fentanyl-laced heroin in July 2018.
The pop star suffered three strokes and heart attack in the aftermath and was initially legally blind when they woke up in the hospital.
Demi’s eyesight has recovered enough that they can read again, though they can no longer drive due to lingering blind spots in their vision, and they also suffer from some hearing and brain damage.
‘I feel like it’s so important also to talk about [aliens] because it raises our consciousness,’ the two-time Grammy nominee continued.
‘It expands our consciousness and that is what we have to do in order to make this world a better place.’
Pals: Demi, who stars on the series with their older sister Montgomery and their ‘skeptical’ BFF Matthew Scott Montgomery, had their own UFO experience in Joshua Tree; still from Unidentified
Demi, who stars on the series with their older sister Montgomery and their ‘skeptical’ BFF Matthew Scott Montgomery.
Also on Monday, they shared with E! News’ Daily Pop that they had had their own UFO sighting during a trip to Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California.
‘We went out into the desert in Joshua Tree and I basically saw this blue orb that was about 50 feet away, maybe less, and it was kind of like floating above the ground, just like 10 or 15 feet, and it was kind of keeping its distance from me,’ they recounted.
‘It was a beautiful and incredible experience.’