American actress Emanuela Rose recently claimed on television that she was in love with an invisible alien.

The actress who is also a podcaster and formerly known as Abbie Bela said on "This Morning" that she first met the alien after an Instagram post. She had posted about how she would rather date someone from a different planet than go on another Tinder date, reported Daily Mail. She claimed that she was later abducted from her Canary Wharf flat in London by a UFO (unidentified flying object). It enveloped her in a beam of yellow light. Once she was on board, she met the alien crew. Then she was introduced to her invisible lover, Emmanuel.

Rose, who changed her name to reflect the alien's, said that they have been dating for a year and now want to get married. The actress, who said that aliens do not have a human form, and are invisible to the eye, appeared on the show with blow-up green alien. She said that the inflatable is "just a placeholder," and "a symbolic representation" of her lover.

"This Morning" co-host Holly Willoughby asked her whether the pair share a physical relationship. Rose said, "Yes, I have to say once you go alien, you'll forget Earthmen." Then she said that if you're tired of men, she recommends the aliens. She explained that aliens are "loving light and pure like energy, so we can't even go all the way that he can go because it would kill me." She added, "Compared to Earthmen, it's like, times a million."

Rose also shared that her lover tried to propose but she is "pretty traditional." She wants a ring, and "he doesn't really know what that is." She told her lover that she wanted like a "big rock and he got me some pebbles from the beach." She said that he has no earth money, so she is just hoping maybe over time, "we can save up the money."

Willoughby and co-host Phillip Schofield fought smirks as she told them that being a relationship with an alien had so far proven far more successful than previous attempts to form a human relationship on dating sites, according to Mirror. During the show, Rose told the hosts that she would "love to introduce him to you, but for security reasons, you know how it is on Earth, Area 51, we’ve all heard the stories… I don’t want him on a slab somewhere getting experimented on."

Lad Bible reported that she claimed he was from the Andromeda galaxy.

She later posted on Instagram that she had a "fab time" on the show.

 

But many Twitter users were left baffled by the segment. Some suggested that the program was exploiting the guest. One wrote that it was great to see "This Morning" going back to basics and "getting mentally ill guests on the show for the general public to laugh at."

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