Demi Lovato will investigate UFO reports in a new four-part limited series on Peacock titled Unidentified with Demi Lovato. She will star in the unscripted series along her bestie Matthew Scott Montgomery and sister Dallas as the three attempt to uncover the truth about the out-of-this-world phenomena. They’ll also investigate recent eyewitness encounters, uncover secret government reports, and conduct tests at known UFO hot spots. Lovato said she hopes to make peace with the aliens and ultimately save ourselves. Her new series comes shortly after her comedy series Hungry about a group of people with eating disorders got a pilot order at NBC.

(18) Demi Lovato on Twitter: “SURPRISEEEEE!!! I’m hitting the road for an out-of-this-world adventure for my new show Unidentified & I’m taking you guys along for the ride ✨💕🛸 Coming soon to @peacockTV!! I can’t wait to share more 🥰😝” / Twitter

James Corden announced four new episodes of Carpool Karaoke: The Series which include Maya Rudolph, Rob Gronkowski, the men of Shark Tank and more. The new episodes, which were recorded before everyone was forced shelter in place due to the pandemic, are available for free on Apple TV app. Things get a lil crazy. You can watch the preview:

After weeks of teasing, Niall Horan and Anne-Marie revealed yesterday their long-promised collab Our Song is almost here. It’s finally happening, Horan tweeted along with a 10-second snippet of the tune and a shot of them chilling in the woods. According to that post, we get to hear the full track next Friday on May 21. Our Song will be Horan’s first new music of 2021 and we cannot wait to hear it!

(18) Niall Horan on Twitter: “It’s finally happening ! “Our Song” with @AnneMarie comes out next Friday . Pre-order now” / Twitter

Meanwhile Niall’s former 1D bandmate, Louis Tomlinson is getting things back in order to hit the road. His World Tour is back on, with new dates confirmed for 2022. Louis will embark on his rescheduled round the world trek starting Feb. This is his first solo world tour; it’s been a long time coming. Tomlinson said he feels like a new artist now. It took him awhile to be comfortable on his own but he’s ready and super excited to get on stage for fans again.

(18) Louis Tomlinson on Twitter: “Let’s try this one last time! All shows on my world tour will be moving back to 2022 and I’m excited to announce the first wave of new dates. I can’t wait to see you all soon, it’s going to be special!” / Twitter