Sia has made it very clear that despite being a prolific songwriter and performer, she really hates being famous. So she’s often seen in public with her face covered in the kind of wig that makes her look like Cruella de Vil after a bad beauty academy blow-out. She’s passed off performing duties in music videos and live performances to former Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler. 15-year-old Maddie has appeared in six of Sia’s music videos, beginning with “Chandelier” when she was just eleven years old. She continues to tour with Sia as sort of the “face” of her brand. And Sia thinks that using a kid as the face of her brand isn’t bad.
Enigmatic chanteuse Sia, much like Ice Cube, is not the one to get played like a poo butt. She may or may not be from the streets but she knows what’s up. According to New York Daily News, Sia #tooktotwitter and released a paparazzi shot of her bare bottom to fans before the paps could do it for profit.
Perma-troll Azealia Banks decided to cap off everyone’s dismal 2016 by Snapchatting evidence that she’s been sacrificing chickens in her home for several years under the auspices of religion. You can watch THAT authentic-looking mess here.
Ringing in the new year isn’t going to be very jubilant for wig-faced superstar pop songstress Sia.
TMZ is reporting that the woman who has written pretty much every song you’ve heard on pop radio in the last several years, has officially filed for divorce from her husband, Erik Lang.
Sure, dried drop of urethral pus Donald Trump mouth shat up another batshit crazy dingle today when he called for Russia to hack Hillary Clinton, but here at Dlisted, we only post about the most important political news, so here’s the video of a bunch of famous and famous-esque people singing Rachel Platten’s little-known, unheard pop single “Fight Song.”
Jabba the Trump had the USA Freedom Kids (whose manager is threatening to throw a lawsuit at the Trump campaign for violating an agreement) and Hillary Clinton has a bunch of celebrities singing “Fight Song” on the old set of The Branchy Bunch’s intro. The Los Angeles Times says that Elizabeth Banks put together as many pro-Hillary celebs as she could to sing in a video for the DNC. The likes of Aisha Tyler, Mandy Moore, Rob Reiner, Connie Britton, Kathy Najimy, Julie Bowen, Hana Mae Lee, America Ferrera, John Michael Higgins, Kristen Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Billy Porter, Sia, Dollar Tree Victorian cameo Jaime King (who really, really took it seriously) and a bunch of others warbled out a cover of “Fight Song” that made my face contort into the cringe position. I cringed, cringed and cringed some more.
For the first minute, I thought to myself, “You all are NOT helping!”, but that all changed when the music stopped and Jane Fonda talk-sang for her life!
Leave it to Jane Fonda to save it all. But if you watched that video above, you know that Jane wasn’t the only one who really delivered. About 90 seconds in, Ellen Greene (aka Audrey from Little Shop of Horrors) popped up in impeccable Louise Brooks cosplay and delivered a stirring, raw and melodramatic re-telling of “Fight Song.” That is how it’s done.
God, I love theater people.
Let me preface this read by stating I am sitting here in an Old Navy tee I probably bought in 2008 and ill-fitting jeans from Target. (I originally had on some Yeezy Season 3 but I changed.) Now that I’ve admitted that I am the sartorial equivalent of Applebees, let’s proceed.
Fresh from wearing my dog to the Adele concert on Friday night, Katy Perry showed up to the Creators Party at LA’s Cicada last night dressed like this. She probably should have moved on to my other dog cuz’ this is a right mess. She looks like a low-rent drag princess evoking Erotica-era Madge on a budget. That’s ok for a drag princess but this one has “Firework” money.
The real look last night was Elle King’s ginger date dressed like a hipster equestrian. That’s what you go out in. Not Gay Bavaria.
Check out more pics from the Creators Party in the gallery below. Please pay special attention to Sia because that’s obviously what she’s looking for.