"You’re Never Quite The Same!" Kim Wilde Claims She Had An Encounter With A UFO In Her Back Garden
Kim Wilde has said she is having some concerns since she had an encounter with a UFO (an unidentified flying object) in her back garden.
The 80's Pop Star
The 57-year-old pop star is best known for her hit single "Kids in America," her version of the Supremes' "You Keep Me Hangin' On," and many other songs that made it to the music chart.
Since 1981, when her debut single was released, she has sold over 10 million albums and 20 million singles. Even though she still pursues her music career, she also spends her time as a landscape gardener.
Her encounter with UFOs
Wilde claimed she was visited by a UFO in her back garden a few years ago. She revealed that the experience still bothers her to this day.
Speaking to Attitude Magazine, she said:
There were a couple of massive lights just above the clouds, going backwards and forwards in an extraordinary way. Quite a lot of people witnessed them, it made the local papers.
She revealed that she was worried they would "beam [her] up," or that they would return someday to take her away.
When you see something as extraordinary and maybe extra-terrestrial like that you’re never quite the same. I believe they’re here already or visiting, watching us. I haven’t gone loopy, I just can’t stop thinking about it.
The encounter had such an impact on her that she named her next album "Here Come The Aliens." It contains up to 12 tracks that have otherworldly themes like "Solstice" and "Cyber Nation War."
Her European tour will be launched on March 30, in Suffolk.
Kim Wilde's big hits
Whether or not you believe Wilde's tale, you have to admit that she made quite the impression in the 80's. Check out some fan favorites in the videos below. Her new album also features a duet with rising star Frida Sundemo.
While Wilde's singing skills and musical works are greatly admired, it's kind of difficult to take her UFO stories seriously.
There has been no information, till date, that provides a conclusive proof that UFOs or aliens exist, and none of the stories of so-called 'sightings' has been confirmed to be true.
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