Lily Collins believes in the supernatural world.
The 27-year-old actress-and-model is sure that there is more to the world than what we see everyday but the human race is yet to fully understand what it is yet or accept that there could be ghosts and other entities that exist.
When asked if the supernatural exists by Stylist magazine, she said: "I definitely think there's something else out there that we haven't yet explored."
Lily is so sure that there is an after-life that she isn't afraid of dying.
Instead, the 'Rules Don't Apply' star is "curious" to see what will come next once she has departed this mortal plain.
Quizzed on whether she fears death, she answered: "No, I'm curious to see what's next."
Musing on what she wants to be certain of before she passes away, she added: "Did I live my life to the fullest? I'm afraid of missing out because I'm not living in the moment. I used to be so focused on doing everything I could to secure what I wanted to happen in the future, it prevented me from being able to enjoy the now."
Lily - who is the daughter of music legend Phil Collins - insists being present in the moments of your life is her main goal and she tries to enjoy experiences without being distracted.
The brunette beauty - who has just released a memoir of personal essays entitled 'Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me' - said: "It's important to embrace the now; experience every moment to the fullest and be appreciative of all the little things. To use your voice to speak your truth and make a difference."