Scarlett Moffatt believes some celebrities have been cloned.
The 30-year-old TV star has claimed musicians who reinvent themselves are actually being replaced by clones, with industry bosses using lookalikes.
In the latest episode of her podcast, 'Scarlett Moffatt Wants to Believe', she seeks to convince her boyfriend Scott Robinson that Eminem actually "died" in 2005, arguing that he's been replaced by a lookalike by the Illuminati.
Similarly, Scarlett is adamant Avril Lavigne has been replaced by a girl called Melissa, insisting her eyes are now "further apart" than they used to be.
Another of Scarlett's conspiracies relates to Sir Paul McCartney, with the TV star claiming the real music icon actually died in a car crash.
Explaining her theory, Scarlett said: "On the album cover outside Abbey Road it's a scene of a funeral.
"Because if you look closely Paul McCartney is not wearing any shoes so people say he's representing a corpse.
"There's no point in wearing shoes if you're dead, is there?"
Earlier this month, Scarlett claimed time travellers built the pyramids.
The former 'Gogglebox' star insisted there's a link between the speed of light and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
She explained: "I think because humans couldn't measure the speed of light with that sort of precision until, like, 1950, and that Giza pyramid was built 2,000 years before baby Jesus was born, I reckon what's happened ... people from the future have travelled back in time to create this pyramid.
"I don't know why it was built, that bit of the theory I haven't got, but I just feel like, basically Einstein and Stephen Hawking said that if you can travel at the speed of light you can technically travel back in time."
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