Scarlett Moffatt claims Sir Paul McCartney has been replaced by a lookalike

Scarlett Moffatt claims she was once abducted by aliens and thinks Sir Paul McCartney has been replaced with a lookalike.

The former Gogglebox star is launching her own podcast Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe, where she discusses her thoughts on a number of popular conspiracy theories.

And while promoting her new project on Loose Women, the 30-year-old shared some of her own beliefs.

Explaining how she’s convinced aliens visited her when she was just 10-years-old, the TV personality said: ‘A massive beam of light went into my bedroom window but then I had a dream, and I think they wanted me to think it was a dream, but I dreamt I was abducted by aliens.’

The panellists asked what her dad, Mark, made of her claims, seeing Scarlett reveal: ‘My middle name is Sigourney after Sigourney Weaver, my dad’s favourite movie was Alien, so he was really excited by that.’

The Loose Women stars then turned their attention to The Beatles legend, and quizzed their guest (who was video calling into the show) what her thoughts were on the idea he has been replaced.

‘Well I don’t know if he’s dead,’ Scarlett said. ‘But there’s a lot of evidence that he has been replaced, just by like a lookalike Paul McCartney.’

We’ve heard a lot of things, but even that’s a new one for us!

Talking about her podcast, the I’m A Celeb star said: ‘The thing is I wanted to do this podcast because everyone is stuck in their house and people don’t know what to talk about.

‘So I thought conspiracy themes would be a good one, it’s good and you can Google this stuff utill like 3am.’

We’ll definitely be going down a Sir Paul McCartney rabbit hole for sure.

Scarlett launched the podcast while in coronavirus lockdown with her boyfriend Scott Dobinson.

Just yesterday, Boris Johnson started to ease measures and told people to return to work if they couldn’t work from home, he’s also allowing Brits to have unlimited outdoor exercise from Wednesday.

As it stands, more than 31,000 people have died from Covid-19 while there are over 215,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the UK alone.

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.

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