Sia Reveals Darkest Secret on Her ‘Signature Look’ [WATCH]


Sia made a huge revelation about her “signature look.”

The “Chandelier” singer explained to James Corden during the “Late, Late Show” Carpool Karaoke ride why she is wearing a wig.

Sia has been known for hiding her face by wearing a wig. She debuted her black and white wig in her latest album, “This Is Acting.” Sia also wore the same wig during the ride with Corden.

The clip starts off when Corden picks Sia up. They immediately sing a rendition of “Chandelier” and right after the song, Corden asked the singer why she made the wig her trademark look.

“I don’t wear this thing unless there’s a camera around, I only wear it so I can maintain a modicum of privacy,” Sia explained. The Australian singer/songwriter added that she has been in the industry for about a decade when she decided to have her “signature look.”

During their 10-minue car trip, the two talked about almost everything including her addiction and if she believes in aliens, Daily News reported.

“I was an alcoholic and a drug addict. I sobered up, and I decided I didn’t want to be an artist any more, because I was starting to get a little bit famous and it was destabilising in some way,” said Sia.

The two also sang “Diamonds” and Corden asked for vocal advice from the singer. The host then asked, “You believe in aliens.” Sia replied, “How did you know that?” “I

Sia replied, “How did you know that?”

“I know s— about you!” he answered back.

They ended the ride with a rendition of “Titanium” just before the pair arrives at their final destination.

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Corden had also driven with other famous stars in his car including Adele, One Direction and Justin Bieber, The Guardian noted.


Sia had written several pieces for other famous artists including Adele, Rihanna and Beyonce. She originally wrote “Chandelier” for Rihanna then decided to “keep the track for herself” and recorded it for her last album.

Sia’s “This Is Acting” was released on January 29 by Monkey Puzzle Records/RCA Records. It may also be available on music-streaming services such as Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music and Deezer.

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