SCARLETT Moffatt has admitted she’s terrified that the Illuminati are always listening to her, but still wants to be a member.
Scarlett, 29, has made no secret of the fact that she’s interested in conspiracy theories and her latest podcast episode is no different.
Called ‘Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe’, the show sees the former Gogglebox star and her boyfriend Scott Dobinson discuss all sorts of theories.
This week they pondered the Illuminati, and Scarlett made some frank and honest admissions.
Admitting that she worried about publishing this particular episode this week, Scarlett said: “The Illuminati are listening always, and don’t want us to talk about it.”
Scarlett and her beau were joined by radio presenter Dev Griffin, who was also more than happy to discuss the Illuminati.
“I would love to be part of some clandestine secret society, where you get hookups and get to be a CEO of a bank. I would love to be a part of it,” Scarlett told Dev as she asked him if he was part of the Illuminati.
The pair then went on to discuss rumours that Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z are members of the secret society.
“I suppose if she was in the group, she wouldn’t diss the group,” Scarlett said referring to the mum-of-three.
Scarlett then added: “I believe they are too famous. I don’t think there is anything they can do that would make you not want to listen to their music,” before admitting that she doesn’t think the A-list pair could be part of the Illuminati cult due to their worldwide success.
Scarlett’s latest comments come after she admitted earlier this month that she thinks dinosaurs exist and believes that the Loch Ness Monster is one of them.
The legend of the Serpentine Scottish beast goes back 1,500 years with the first story dating from the sixth century when a man was drowned by a mystery creature.
Scarlett’s boyfriend Scott told the TV star: “Please promise me now you’re not going to suggest that Nessie is an alien because if it is than I’m giving up.
“I’m literally leaving this room ’cause everything is aliens with you.”
Replying, she said: “Well I actually think. I think it’s a dinosaur… Have you ever seen the photos of Loch Ness? If you haven’t by the way Google it. They look like diplodocus but in the water.
Adding: “These sightings have been going on for thousands of years and the first written account of Nessie was 1500 years ago.
“And you can’t deny it because it was in the biography of a monk.”