6 celebrities who honestly believe the craziest and weirdest sh*t
There are some celebrities out there, who believe the weirdest sh*t and are totally open about it.
Kylie Jenner believes in “chemtrails”
— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 26, 2015
Those who believe in “chemtrail” conspiracy theory, think that the white trails, left by the planes in the sky, are chemicals, sprayed there to poison mankind. Doesn’t matter that scientists have debunked this bullsh*t many times, it’s “all part of the conspiracy” to these people.
Demi Lovato believes in mermaids
While appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers last year, Lovato admitted she believes in aliens — particularly mermaids, who don’t look like what we see in movies and books, because, you know, they’re aliens. Meyers responded, “I’d rather live in your world and not mine. Not have to wake up every morning and say, ‘Well, I’m not going to see a mermaid.'”
Megan Fox believes in leprechauns
The actress told Esquire in 2013, “I like believing. I believe in all of these Irish myths, like leprechauns. Not the pot of gold, not the Lucky Charms leprechauns. But maybe was there something in the traditional sense? I believe that this stuff came from somewhere other than people’s imaginations… We should all believe in leprechauns.”
Ke$ha thinks she had a sex with a ghost
When talking about her song “Supernatural” in 2012, the 25-year-old singer told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM radio show, “It’s about experiences with the supernatural… but in a sexy way. I had a couple of experiences with the supernatural. I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”
Lady Gaga is afraid of losing her creative “juices” through her lady parts
In 2010, Gaga told Vanity Fair, “I have this weird thing that if I sleep with someone they’re going to take my creativity from me through my vagina.” Alrigthty then…
Jake Gyllenhaal says humans must be controlled by the lunar cycle
The actor recently told Esquire UK, “I believe deeply in the unconscious. That you literally accumulate the molecules of the space that you’re in. We’re like 90 percent water, so naturally we are going to be affected by the moon when it’s full: if the sea is, why wouldn’t we be? That seems scientific to me.” Ok, this one might be making at least some sense.