Russell Brand has admitted he believes in aliens, and claims that they may be 'gods'.
The comedian added that he thinks extraterrestrials may have "been communicating with us for years".
The comic, who claims to have slept with 1,000 women, made the out-of-this-world statement after befriending UFO guru and filmmaker Jeremy Corbell.
Corbell believes aliens have been covered up by militaries that seek to learn about advanced technology from their spacecraft, writes The Mirror.
He also claimed several high-profile leaks of "encounters" between UFOs and the US military, with the most recent being 14 craft appearing to swarm the USS Omaha combat ship.
Brand, 46, said of Corbell: “He says it ain’t advanced human tech, there is s**t in there that defies the laws of physics. The [US] government have known about it for ages and they are slowly making these release.
“It is not a distraction from Covid, it is happening because there is no choice because there has been a whistleblower situation where a bunch of data is being released.
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“So it seems to me that life is out there somewhere with crazy creatures and new cultures that will come to you shortly.”
Brand, who was married to pop star Katy Perry but now has a four-year-old daughter with wife Laura Gallacher, told how he was enjoying having “another chance at a family”.
Speaking on LIVENow, he said: “I am switched on to what my job is.
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“I know who I am and who I am not, and what I am supposed to be doing.”
Last year the comic faced criticism from followers after he shared a tweet that fans found 'patronising'.
The 46-year-old was caught up in a social media storm when he shared a picture of his dog alongside a caption where he expressed his surprise at the working men's vocabulary.
He wrote: "I love Bear. He brings out the beauty in people.
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"Today two working-class men independently described him in surprisingly poetic language. “Apricot” coloured said one. “Cinnamon” said another."
But fans were quick to respond.
One wrote: "Today two working-class men described Russell Brand as a patronising w*****. He brings out the best in people."
"In breaking news today, Russell Brand discovers that working-class people know what colours are," penned another.
"I mean there's condescending and then there's #russellbrand."
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