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Kristen Stewart has announced a gay ghost-hunting series

She described the project as a ‘paranormal romp in a queer space’

Kristen Stewart is launching her own gay ghost-hunting reality show, becoming the latest household name to take up the trend of celebrity ghost-hunting.

The Spencer star confirmed to the New Yorker that she was working with Scott Productions on a gay ghost-hunting reality series featuring an array of celebrity guests that will help her explore paranormal realms.

Stewart described the project as a “paranormal romp in a queer space” with elevated aesthetics. “Gay people love pretty things,” she added. “So we are aiming for a richness.” There are little other details about the show at this point, however, as it’s early in development, but expect queer opulence and a host of high-profile cameos.

The Twilight actor isn’t the only one making a foray into supernatural television – just last month Kesha announced her own ghost-hunting show Conjuring Kesha, in which the singer “checks off her creepy bucket list by delving deeper into the unknown with celebrity guests and experts in the supernatural.”

She said of the series “My hope is to show that the supernatural isn’t just the thing of myths and fables. We're embarking on a spiritual and cosmic exploration. Come with me to experience it all.”

Ghost-hunting appears to be having a cultural revival, with PinkPantheress also dipping her toe in the art of spirit searching in a recent short film for Spotify called ghost3d. In it she takes a group of friends for a feast and a tour around a haunted castle, but the singer seemed less convinced by supposed supernatural acts. When asked about the experience she says: “I went in and I was like, I don’t believe in ghosts, I came out and I still don’t believe in ghosts. Will I be doing it again? No.”