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Halle Berry believes in aliens

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Halle Berry believes in aliens.

The 47-year-old actress claims extraterrestrial life exists somewhere in the atmosphere and she hopes one day humans will have the technology to finally meet them.

Speaking on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' last night (07.07.14), she said: "I don't believe we are the only species in existence. My ego doesn't tell me that we're the only ones who survived ... it might take us 20 years to get to those other life forms, but I think they are out there."

Meanwhile, the brunette beauty took part in a zero-gravity flight - which allows passengers to feel complete weightlessness - in preparation for her role as a pregnant astronaut in her new TV series 'Extant', but she admits the experience left her feeling a little queasy.

She explained: "I did well until the fifteenth time [we dived down]. When you're diving down, that's when you're experiencing zero-G."

However, Halle - who has nine-month-old son Maceo and six-year-old daughter Nahla - admits, despite her uneasy stomach, she enjoyed the flying experience.

She said: "It's a really delightful sensation; everyone cracks up laughing. To be upside down and not have a head rush is probably an experience you've never had before ... You're just flying."

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