Demi Lovato takes fans on an otherworldly experience with her new show, Unidentified on Peacock TV. The non-binary artist has become a phenomenon amongst paranormal enthusiasts who discover unusual activities on the screen. Their most recent venture had them serenading a traumatized ghost in an Arizona abandoned brothel, which earned them a standing ovation.Meeting CarmenLovato and their partners – close friend Matthew Scott and investigator Chris Smith - communicate with otherworldly creatures using an EMF detector. A loud screeching sound indicated a positive response, while an eerily quiet sound meant the opposite. So, when Demi asked if the ghost (identified as Carmen) had seen other Extra Terrestrials on the property and got silence in response, they knew something was wrong.As a trauma survivor, Demi deduced Carmen’s silence as a traumatic response. To ease Carmen’s discomfort, they asked, “Did you not want to say anything else because the boys were in here?” When Carmen replied with a loud screeching noise indicating “Yes,” the Sorry Not Sorry singer asked their partners to excuse themselves.Sharing Trauma And SympathizingDemi Lovato continued by lending a sympathetic ear and explaining that, “She [Carmen] has trauma. That’s why she doesn’t like men. I have trauma, too, so I feel you, and I get it.” Demi serenaded the ghost with an acapella rendition of Skyscraper, her 2011 hit song, to further allay her fears and make her receptive to more questions.Upon completing their song, Carmen complimented the award-winning singer with a loud screech which many surmised to be a Standing Ovation! Demi appreciated the gesture calling it the “coolest standing I've ovation ever had.”Empowering Women And Other PeopleIt’s no shock that Skyscraper received a positive nod from the Extra-Terrestrial being as the lyrics are empowering. The hook says, “you can take everything I have, you can break everything I am… Go on and try to tear me down. I will be rising from the ground.” Another line in a verse says, “All my windows still are broken, but I’m standing on my feet.”Lovato has a history of delivering powerful, uplifting lyrics as they sing music from their heart about their situation. They hope to offer comfort to others in similar conditions through their music.Other ActivismLovato doesn’t stop at using their voice to serenade woke ghosts; they also champion social justice causes. Their 122 million Instagram followers know firsthand how important these causes are to them.Their Instalive show #4Dwithdemilovato hosts several celebrities who have inspiring conversations on life and other empowering situations.