Jane Lynch on ‘evidence’ of UFOs: ‘We are not alone’

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Jane Lynch is fascinated by the subject of extraterrestrial life.

“Believe or not believe, there’s evidence,” the “Glee” alum told Page Six exclusively Friday at the 88th annual Drama League Awards.

Lynch, 61, shared that her “Funny Girl” co-star Ramin Karimloo “bought me two big books that I’ve been diving into,” adding, “Yeah, I think it’s fascinating. We are not alone.”

Don’t go telling people that the actress believes in aliens, though.

“I don’t use the word ‘believe,’ ever, because that’s stupid. Who cares what you believe? What do you know?” she explained. “So I’m interested. Let’s say that. I’m compelled.”

Lynch did not reveal whether her wife, screenwriter Jennifer Cheyne, shares the same compulsion.

The couple quietly wed at a Santa Barbara, Calif., courthouse last year.

“We were married before we got married, so it’s just a piece of paper,” the “Weakest Link” host told us. “‘We don’t need no piece of paper from the city hall,’ as Joni Mitchell says, but we got one anyway.”

The two have been together for seven years and previously dated for two years in the early 2000s.

“We know each other very well,” Lynch, who was previously married to clinical psychologist Lara Embry, gushed. “We’ve raised several dogs together, and now we’re together forever. Our story’s not interesting. It’s two very nice people who love each other.”

Other Broadway stars at Friday’s luncheon, which took place at the Ziegfeld Ballroom, included Hugh Jackman, Sutton Foster, Rachel Dratch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams, who only spoke to the house crew. No doubt he didn’t want to answer endless questions about his penis.

Recently, some NSFW photos and video of Williams, 40, in the revival of the Broadway play “Take Me Out” were leaked online, causing a media maelstrom.

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