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Imagine what could get Sia to sing without a wig!
March 19th, 2020 under Gal Gadot, Sia. [ Comments: none ]


We pretty have suspected that Gal Gadot is a Wonder Woman in front of the camera and behind it. Now, she did something that proves that she is more of one when the cameras are not rolling.

She was inspired by the trumpet player in Italy, who got his neighbor to play along with him on another balcony. Therefore, she called some of her friends like Will Ferrell, Lynda Carter, Kristen Wiig, Sia, and so many others, and asked them to sing John Lennon’s Imagine with her.

Since we are all practicing social distancing, she got them all to send her a video of them singing a line from the inspirational tune. Then she edited it all together to remind us all how we need to pay attention to Lennon’s words. They are just as relevant now as they were almost 50 years ago. We are one world and we all need to live as one.

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How is Sia the face of anything?
November 30th, 2017 under Sia. [ Comments: 1 ]


When I think of Sia, I think of the singer who wears big wigs to cover her face. While that is me, MAC Cosmetics sees her true face. That is why they announced today, “Sia, VIVA GLAM’s newest spokeswoman, introduces a vivid Lipstick that’s as loud as you dare to be. Every cent of the selling price of VIVA GLAM is donated to the M·A·C AIDS Fund. @siamusic #VIVAGLAM.”

I just do not get how a woman who does not show her face, is the face any product. Do you understand it?

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Sia and Kate Hudson’s son shaved her head
October 13th, 2017 under Jimmy Kimmel, Kate Hudson, Sia. [ Comments: none ]


We know that Kate Hudson shaved her head for a movie directed by Sia, but we do not much else. Yesterday when she was on Jimmy Kimmel Live, he asked her about it. The actress said she knew all along that she was going to get buzzed, but up until the razor hit her head she was OK with it. Then when she heard the buzzing she got nervous, not to go bald, but what would the shape of her head look like? As the singer and her 6-year-old son, Bingham, were causing her long locks to hit the floor, she says it was like giving birth. Instead of is it a boy, it was it is round. As the ABC host told her, “Who would’ve imagined that your head would also be perfect?”

Does she like the new do? Of course she does. She has such a beautiful face, she would look gorgeous with any type of hairstyle. As we can see.

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This parrot sings Sia better than Sia
November 30th, 2016 under Animals, Sia. [ Comments: none ]


via Nathan Lopez
There is an owner who listened to Sia’s Chandelier so much that their parrot can now sing it perfectly. So perfectly, I would pay to see it do it live. Granted, it would probably cost me a lot of crackers because I hear that is what those birds like!

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Sia explains why she wears the face covering wig
February 17th, 2016 under James Corden, Sia. [ Comments: none ]


James Corden took Sia for a ride and they turned their trip into a Carpool Karaoke. The host of The Late Late Show wanted to know why she wears those wigs that cover her face.
He said to her that they when they met on the red carpet she was wearing it, but when they were inside she took it off. She told him, “I don’t wear this thing unless there are cameras around,” adding, “I only wear this thing just to maintain a modicum of privacy.” Then she explained why she chose that, “I was a singer already for 10 or 11 years to mediocre sucess. I was an alcoholic and a drug addict and I sobered up. I decided I didn’t want to be an artist anymore. Because I was starting to get a little bit famous and it was destabilizing in some ways.” Then she elaborated, “I thought what doesn’t exist in pop music at the moment and it was mystery.”
Her decision makes sense, but I think it is time for a new gimmick. I want to a singer’s face when they sing because I think their emotion can make a song, especially songs like hers, even more powerful.
What do you think?

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