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Sia - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career
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Sia is a globally renowned singer, songwriter, TikTok star, and YouTube star. She experienced worldwide recognition for writing and releasing hit songs.

Apart from her works, she’s also simultaneously famous from avoiding publicity by denying interview and concealing her face during public appearances.

Career

Sia began her singing career as a jazz singer with a local band named Crisp. In 1997, the group disbanded and she launched her debut album called OnlySee.

She then moved to London and became the background vocalist of Jamiroquai and offered vocals for Zero 7.

In 2000, she signed a contract with Dance Pool and released a single titled Taken for Granted.

The next year, Sia produced an album called Healing Is Difficult, and it led her to receive the APRA Awards of 2002.

Sia moved to New York City in 2005 and appeared in a TV series Six Feet Under, which boosted her fame.

Her breakthrough was singing Chandelier in 2014, whose album was sold more than 1 million copies.

Throughout her career, she has performed and wrote songs for famous movie soundtracks including The Great Gatsby, Fifty Shades of Grey, and Wonder Woman.

She also won many awards, including International Dance Music Award, MTV Video Music Awards, and YouTube Music Awards.

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Profile

  • Full name: Sia Kate Isobelle Furler
  • Stage name: Sia
  • Nickname: Sia
  • Born: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, December 18, 1975
  • Zodiac sign: Sagittarius
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Religion: Christian
  • Profession: Singer, Songwriter, YouTube Star, TikTok Star
  • Education: Adelaide High School
  • Hobbies: Singing
  • Facebook: @SiaMusic
  • Twitter: @sia
  • Threads: @siamusic
  • Instagram: @siamusic
  • TikTok: @sia
  • YouTube: Sia Official

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearances

  • Height: 163 cm (5’4″)
  • Weight: 62 kg (137 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Body Measurements: 35-28-35 (Bust -35, Waist -28, and Hips -35 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 10 (US)
  • Dress Size: –

Family

  • Father: Phil B. Colson
  • Mother: Loene Furler
  • Brother: –
  • Sister: –

Husband, Boyfriend, & Dating History

J.D. Samson

She revealed that she’s in a relationship with J.D. Samson around 2008. However, the couple broke up in 2011.

The reason of separation is not disclosed, but it seems like they ended it on good terms with each other.

Eric Lang

In June 2014, Sia made a surprising announcement that she’s engaged to Erik. Just two months later, in August, they tied the knot in Palm Springs, California.

That being said, the marriage only lasted for two years, as she announced the split up by the end of 2016.

As cited from an official document, she filed ‘irreconcilable differences’ as the reason for the divorce.

Shia LaBeouf

In December 2020, Sia stated shockingly that around 2015, she was involved in an “adulterous relationship” with Shia LaBeouf.

This statement is made as the news of him assaulting FKA Twigs were circulating heavily amongst public at the time.

She also revealed that the actor hard hurt her emotionally.

Net Worth

Sia’s estimated net worth is over $30 million. She earns through various means, but primarily her music career, voice acting, and directing.

Music Career

She has released a total of 9 studio albums, 6 live albums, 67 singles, and 42 music videos. She also has amassed more than 50 billion streams worldwide.

The total of money she has earned as a songwriter is 25 million.

She also has performed in approximately 270 concerts and gone to 3 tours.

YouTube

According to Social Blade, she rakes revenue from her YouTube channel as high as $28.5 thousand to $456.8 thousand monthly or equivalent to $342.6 thousand to $5.5 million annually.

Real Estate

She bought a lavish LA house in 2015 that’s worth a whole $4.3 million. The property is 5,161 sq ft wide and provides high-end amenities inlcuding 5 bedrooms, 4 1/5 bathrooms, and a luxury sunroom.

In 2020, she’s dwelling in her Toluca Lake mansion located in LA, California, with her two adopted children.

Cars

She reportedly owns a Lexus LC that’s worth around $90 thousand.

Controversies

Accused of Showing Pedophilic Undertone in Elastic Heart Music Video

The first controversy of her career happened due to Elastic Heart music video.

It features Madie Ziegler and Shia LeBoguf performing joint dancing in nude-toned outfits. A lot of viewers commented about how it looked like pedophilia.

Sia responded to the accusation by tweeting that she has anticipated “‘pedophilia!!!’ cries” and apologized to “those who feel triggered”

She also mentioned that her intention was to “create some emotional content, not to upset anybody.”

Dubious Portrayal of Autism in Her Directorial Debut

In November 2020, Sia released a trailer for Music (2021). Shortly after, she faced many criticisms for the project for various reasons.

The primary and arguably the most complex part of the controversy is the fact that the movie casted Maddie Ziegler, who’s not autistic, to play a nonverbal autistic character. This came off as wrong for some people.

The situation became more heated as she gave responds to the critism. She shot curses to people and insulted autistic actor directly for speaking about his critic for the film.

Facts

  • She is known for her big platinum blonde.
  • This singer loves animals and pets.
  • Sia is an avid vegan.
  • She supports animal activism and feminist ideology.
  • Her parent never married.
  • Her cousin is Peter Furler, a Christian rock musician.
  • She had a relationship with Dan Pontifex in 1997.
  • Her boyfriend died of a car accident in London when she was in Thailand.
  • She dedicated her album named Healing Is Difficult for him.
  • In 2008, Sia dated a musician JD Samsom but broke up in 2011.
  • She suffered from addictions to alcohol and painkillers, depression, and even attempted suicide.
  • She canceled many shows and events due to her health.
  • She shared on her Twitter that she got Graves’ disease diagnosis.
  • In 2013, people called her queer because she said she had dated girls and boys, and everyone in between.
  • She married a filmmaker named Erik Anders Lang in August 2014.
  • In 2016, she divorced his husband.
  • She donated 100,000 USD to animal charities in 2016.
  • At Coachella 2016, this singer appeared at the back of the stage and let her dancers own the stage.
  • Her music video The Greatest was a tribute to the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Sia revealed that she was diagnosed with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome in 2019.
  • She was diagnosed with complex PTSD in 2019.
  • Sia adopted two African-American sons in 2019.
  • She announced that she became a grandmother after one of her sons became the father of twins.

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Movies

  • Piccadilly Jim (2004), as New York Bar Singer
  • Annie (2014), as Animal Care & Control Volunteer
  • My Little Pony: The Movie (2017), as Songbird Serenade
  • Peter Rabbit (2018), as Mrs Tiggy-Winkle
  • Dominion (2018), as Narrator
  • Charming (2018), as Half-Oracle
  • Music (2021), as Popstar Without Borders
  • Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (2021), as Mrs Tiggy-Winkle

TV Series

  • Home and Away (Seven Network ⏐ 1997), as herself
  • South Park (Comedy Central ⏐ 2014), as Lorde (singing voice)
  • Transparent (Amazon Prime Video 2015), as Pupper
  • Nobodies (TV Land ⏐2018), as herself
  • Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? (Boomerang HBO Max ⏐ 2019), as herself
  • Waffles + Mochi (Netflix ⏐ 2021), as Tomato (singing voice)

Awards

  • 2020 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Cheap Thrills
  • 2020 Golden Raspberry Awards – Worst DirectorMusic
  • 2019 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Cheap Thrills
  • 2019 Clio Awards –  Best Album Campaign – LSD: The Experience, The Game, The Album
  • 2019 Clio Awards – Games/Contests – LSD: The Game
  • 2018 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Cheap Thrills
  • 2018 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2018 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – The Greatest (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
  • 2018 LOS40 Music Awards International Video of the Year Flames (with David Guetta)
  • 2018 MTV Platinum Video Plays Awards Platinum Flames (with David Guetta)
  • 2018 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Favourite Streaming Sensation
  • 2017 APRA Music Awards Pop Work of the Year – Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 ARIA Music Awards Best Female Artist The Greatest
  • 2017 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2017 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity – Excellence in Music Video – The Greatest
  • 2017 Clio Awards – Best Music Video – The Greatest
  • 2017 Fryderyk  International Digital Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2017 YouTube Music Awards YouTube Diamond Play Button Award
  • 2016 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Chandelier
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Best Female Artist
  • 2016 LOS40 Music Awards – International Song of the Year – Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 MTV Platinum Video Plays Awards – Double Platinum Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2016 NRJ Music Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2016 PETA Libby Awards Best Voice For Animals
  • 2015 APRA Music Awards – Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 Clio Awards – Best Music Video – Chandelier
  • 2015 Clio Awards – Best Innovative – Chandelier
  • 2015 Clio Awards – Best Album Campaign 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2015 D&AD Music Videos – Chandelier
  • 2015 D&AD – Direction for Music Videos – Chandelier
  • 2015 Industry Dance Music Awards – America’s Favorite Performance – Elastic Heart (Dancing with the Stars (Season 20 Finale))
  • 2015 NRJ Music Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2015 Rolling Stone Australia Awards Album of the Year 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2015 UK Music Video Awards – Best Choreography – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 YouTube Music Awards – 50 Artists to Watch
  • 2014 Antville Music Video Awards – Best Choreography – Chandelier
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Album of the Year – 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Best Female Artist – 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Best Pop Release – 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Best Video – Chandelier
  • 2014 GAFFA Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2014 International Music Video Festival Prix de la réalisation Chandelier
  • 2014 J Awards – Australian Music Video of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2014 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Choreography – Chandelier
  • 2014 NRJ Music Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2014 NRJ Music Awards – International Song of the YearChandelier
  • 2014 UK Music Video Awards – Best Pop Video – International – Chandelier
  • 2013 APRA Music Awards – Songwriter of the Year
  • 2013 APRA Music Awards – Urban Work of the Year – I Love It (as the featuring artist of Hilltop Hoods)
  • 2013 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – Diamonds (performed by Rihanna)
  • 2013 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 ASCAP Pop Music Awards – Most Performed Songs – Let Me Love You (performed by Ne-Yo)
  • 2013 BMI London Awards – Dance Award – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 BMI London Awards – Award-Winning Song – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 BMI London Awards – Award-Winning Song – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 BMI Pop Awards – Award-Winning Song – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 BMI Pop Awards – Award-Winning Song – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 International Dance Music Awards – Best Rap/Hip Hop Dance Track – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 Music Video Production Award – Best Electronic Video – She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
  • 2012 MTV Platinum Video Plays Awards Platinum Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2012 MTV Platinum Video Plays Awards Platinum Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Best Independent Release – We Are Born
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Best Pop Artist – We Are Born
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Best Video – Clap Your Hand (directed by Kris Moyes)
  • 2009 ARIA Music Awards – Best Music DVD – TV Is My Parents

Nominations

  • 2022 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Most Performed Dance/Electronic Work – Let’s Love
  • 2021 ARIA Music Awards Best Original Soundtrack, Cast or Show Album – Music
  • 2021 Golden Globe Awards Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy  Music
  • 2021 Latin America Music Awards Favorite Music Video Del Mar (with Ozuna and Doja Cat)
  • 2021 NRJ Music Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2021 NRJ Music Awards – Francophone Collaboration of the Year – 1+1 (featuring Amir)
  • 2020 ARIA Music Awards – Best Female Artist – Together
  • 2020 ARIA Music Awards Best Pop Release Together
  • 2020 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Picture Music
  • 2020 NRJ Music Awards International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2020 NRJ Music Awards – International Collaboration of the Year – Let’s Love
  • 2019 APRA Music Awards – Dance Work of the Year – Flames
  • 2019 Global Awards Mass Appeal Award
  • 2019 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Direction – No New Friends
  • 2019 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Visual Effects – No New Friends
  • 2019 MTV Video Music Awards – Choreography – No New Friends
  • 2018 Aria Music Awards Best Female Artist Flames
  • 2018 Global Awards Best Female
  • 2018 Global Awards Mass Appeal Award
  • 2018 Grammy Awards Best Song Written for Visual Media – Never Give Up
  • 2018 LOS40 Music Awards Best International Song Dusk Till Dawn (with Zayn Malik)
  • 2018 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Dance Video – Flames
  • 2018 NRJ Music Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2018 NRJ Music Awards – International Duo/Group of the Year (with David Guetta)
  • 2017 Aice Awards – Color Grading – Music Video – The Greatest
  • 2017 APRA Music Awards Pop Work of the Year – Alive
  • 2017 APRA Music Awards Pop – Most Played Australian Work – Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 ARIA Music Awards – Best Pop Release – The Greatest
  • 2017 ARIA Music Awards – Best Independent Release – The Greatest
  • 2017 ARIA Music Awards – Best Video – The Greatest
  • 2017 ARIA Music Awards – Song of the Year – The Greatest
  • 2017 Billboard Music Awards – Top Radio Song – Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 Billboard Music Awards – Top Collaboration – Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 Brit Awards International Female Solo Artist
  • 2017 Echo Music Prize  International Female Artist
  • 2017 Echo Music Prize  Hit of the Year – Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 Gaygalan Awards – International Song of the Year – The Greatest
  • 2017 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Music Artist
  • 2017 Grammy Awards –  Best Pop Vocal Album –  This Is Acting
  • 2017 Grammy Awards –  Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2017 Grammy Awards Best Song Written for Visual Media – Try Everything
  • 2017 iHeartRadio Music – Best Song Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 iHeartRadio Music – Best LyricsCheap Thrills
  • 2017 iHeartRadio Music – Best Collaboration Cheap Thrills
  • 2017 Juno Awards International Album of the Year – This Is Acting
  • 2017 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Choreography – The Greatest
  • 2017 MTV Italia Awards – Best International Female
  • 2017 MTV Italia Awards – Artist Saga Awards
  • 2017 NME Awards Best International Female
  • 2017 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Pop Artist
  • 2017 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards – Top Ten International Gold Songs – The Greatest
  • 2017 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards – Top Female Artist
  • 2017 Swiss Music Awards – Best Hit International – Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2017 Swiss Music Awards – Best Act International
  • 2017 UK Music Video Awards – Best Choreography – The Greatest
  • 2017 World Soundtrack Awards – Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film – Never Give Up
  • 2016 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Elastic Heart
  • 2016 APRA Music Awards – Pop Work of the Year – Elastic Heart
  • 2016 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work Overseas – Flashlight
  • 2016 APRA Music Awards – Pop Work of the Year – Flashlight
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Album of the Year – This Is Acting
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Best Pop Release – This Is Acting
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Best Independent Release – This Is Acting
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Song of the Year Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 ARIA Music Awards – Best Video Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 Capri Hollywood International Film Festival – Capri Peace Award – Never Give Up
  • 2016 Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards – Best Song in a Documentary – Angel by the Wings
  • 2016 GAFFA Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2016 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards – Best Song/Recording Created for a Film Flashlight
  • 2016 Hollywood Music in Media Awards – Best Original Song – Animated Film – Try Everything (as songwriter)
  • 2016 Hollywood Music in Media Awards – Best Original Song – Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film – Sledgehammer (as songwriter)
  • 2016 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards – Best International Artist Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards – Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 International Dance Music Awards – Best Artist (Solo)
  • 2016 International Dance Music Awards – Best Featured Vocalist Performance – Déjà Vu (with Giorgio Moroder)
  • 2016 LOS40 Music Awards – International Recording of the Year – This is Acting
  • 2016 LOS40 Music Awards – International Video of the Year – Bang My Head (with David Guetta)
  • 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Australian Act
  • 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Female
  • 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Look
  • 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Best Female Video – Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Summer Song – Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan – Best Female Video – International – Cheap Thrills (Performance Edit)
  • 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan – Best Choreography – Alive
  • 2016 NRJ Music Awards – International Song of the Year – Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 NRJ Music Awards – International Duo/Group of the Year – Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2016 Robert Award – Best Song – Waving Goodbye
  • 2016 Rockbjörnen – Foreign Song of the Year – Cheap Thrills
  • 2016 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards Top Ten International Gold Songs Alive
  • 2016 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards Top Female Artist
  • 2016 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Music: Party Song – Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)
  • 2016 Telehit Awards – Best Female Solo Artist
  • 2015 APRA Music Awards – Best Pop Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 APRA Music Awards – Most Played Australian Work – Chandelier
  • 2015 APRA Music Awards – Songwriter of the Year
  • 2015 ARIA Music Awards – Best Female Artist – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 ARIA Music Awards – Best Pop Release – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 ARIA Music Awards – Song of the Year – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 Brit Awards International Female Solo Artist
  • 2015 Golden Globe Awards – Best Original Song – Opportunity
  • 2015 Grammy Awards Record of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 Grammy Awards Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 Grammy Awards Best Pop Solo Performance – Chandelier
  • 2015 Grammy Awards Best Music Video – Chandelier
  • 2015 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards – Best International Artist Chandelier
  • 2015 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards – Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group Chandelier
  • 2015 LOS40 Music Awards – Best International Song – Chandelier
  • 2015 LOS40 Music Awards – Best International Video – Chandelier
  • 2015 LOS40 Music Awards – Best International Album 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2015 LOS40 Music Awards – Best International Act
  • 2015 MAD Video Music Awards – MAD Radio 106.2 Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Video – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Australian Act
  • 2015 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Female Video – Elastic Heart
  • 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Japan – Best Female Video – International – Chandelier
  • 2015 MTV Italia Awards – Best Video
  • 2015 MTV Italia Awards – #MTVAwardsStar
  • 2015 mtvU Woodie Awards – Best Cover Woodie – Drunk in Love
  • 2015 mtvU Woodie Awards – Next Level Performance Woodie
  • 2015 Rolling Stone Australia Awards Music Video of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2015 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards – Top Ten International Gold Songs – Chandelier
  • 2015 RTHK International Pop Poll Awards – Top Female Artist
  • 2015 UK Music Video Awards – Best Pop Video – International – Elastic Heart
  • 2014 Antville Music Video Awards – Best Art Direction – Chandelier
  • 2014 AIR Awards – Best Independent Artist
  • 2014 AIR Awards – Best Independent Single/EP – Chandelier
  • 2014 AIR Awards – Best Independent Album – 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2014 APRA Music Awards – Songwriter of the Year
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Best Cover Art – 1000 Forms of Fear
  • 2014 ARIA Music Awards – Song of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2014 Camerimage – Best Music Video Chandelier
  • 2014 Camerimage – Best Cinematography in a Music Video Chandelier
  • 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Song Chandelier
  • 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Australian Act Chandelier
  • 2014 MTV Video Music Awards – Video of the Year – Chandelier
  • 2014 MTV Video Music Awards – Best Video with a Social Message – Battle Cry
  • 2014 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Pop Artist
  • 2014 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Female Artist
  • 2014 Soul Train Music Awards The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award – Pretty Hurts (as songwriter)
  • 2014 World Music Awards World’s Best Female Artist
  • 2014 World Music Awards World’s Best Live Act
  • 2014 World Music Awards World’s Best Song – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2014 World Music Awards World’s Best Video – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 APRA Music Awards – Pop Work of the Year – Diamond (performed by Rihanna)
  • 2013 APRA Music Awards – Song of the Year – Diamond (performed by Rihanna)
  • 2013 Billboard Music Awards – Top Dance Song – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 Billboard Music Awards – Top EDM Song – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2013 Billboard Music Awards – Top Rap Song – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 Grammy Awards – Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2013 International Dance Music Awards – Best Commercial Pop/Dance Track – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2012 APRA Music Awards – Dance Work of the Year Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2012 ARIA Music Awards – Song of the Year – I Love It (as the featuring artist of Hilltop Hoods)
  • 2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Song – Wild Ones (with Flo Rida)
  • 2012 UK Music Video Awards – Best Dance Video – UK – Titanium (as featuring artist of David Guetta)
  • 2011 APRA Music Awards – Song of the Year Clap Your Hand
  • 2011 Gold Derby Awards – Original Song – Bound to You (as songwriter)
  • 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Asian and Pacific Act
  • 2010 AIR Awards – Best Independent Artist
  • 2010 AIR Awards – Best Breakthrough Independent Album – We Are Born
  • 2010 AIR Awards – Best Independent Single/EP – Clap Your Hands
  • 2010  APRA Music Awards – Song of the Year – You’ve Changed
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Album of the Year – We Are Born
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Best Female Artist – We Are Born
  • 2010 ARIA Music Awards – Single of the Year – Clap Your Hands
  • 2010 GAFFA Awards – International Female Artist of the Year
  • 2010 Golden Globe Awards – Original Song – Bound to You
  • 2010 J Awards – Australian Album of the Year – We Are Born
  • 2009 AIR Awards – Best Independent Artist 
  • 2009 AIR Awards – Breakthrough Independent Artist 
  • 2009 AIR Awards – Best Independent Single/EP – Buttons
  • 2009 ARIA Music Awards – Breakthrough Artist – Album – Some People Have Real Problems
  • 2009 MTV Australia Music Awards – Independent Spirit
  • 2008 Antville Music Video Awards – Best Choreography – Soon We’ll Be Found

Quotes

“I don’t care what people think of me, unless they think I’m mean or something, but I don’t care if they think I’m like someone else because I know I’m not – I’m a total weirdo. I’m not selling a dream; I’m not selling fame like it is some sort of fantastic thing. I’m just trying to sell music and get on with my real life.”

“We all need to stand together and be a part of creating the future we hope to see.”

“The truth is that you shouldn’t match your insides to other people’s outsides. Life is an inside job, and we just have to do our best.”

“I’m just trying to work out a way to be a singer and to create cool content. I’m willing to do that as an entertainer. But I’m not willing to give up my actual self.”

“Everybody in the entertainment industry is insecure.”

“As a person, I’m a good person who shows up for my friends. I do my best to be good. As an artist, I have no idea.”

“I don’t want to be famous or recognizable. I don’t want to be critiqued about the way that I look on the Internet… I’ve been writing pop songs for pop stars for a couple years and see what their lives are like, and that’s just not something I want.”

“There’s this image of us on the red carpet, being really fancy, and then there’s the reality.”

“When you’re entertaining all day long and that’s your work, you end up really very tired. You don’t have a lot of energy left over for your loved ones.”

“The songs that work best are broad lyrically and have one strong concept in the metaphor.”

Pics of Sia

1. She performed with an all-pink outfit and wig

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2. A mirror selfie from the singer

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3. Sia wears a big ribbon on her head

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4. She looks mysterious with the décor

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5. Sia played with her dogs

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Sia is one of the most influential singers in the music industry. She has raised the standards of pop music.

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