Have you ever wondered what Sia looks liked under her abnormally gigantic, blunt-banged wig? Well, here’s your chance after the “Cheap Thrills” star was spotted at the LAX airport gracing the cameras with her beautiful porcelain face.
— E! News (@enews) March 24, 2017
The 41-year-old Australian singer was on her way to catch a plane to Dubai when paparazzi was stunned to see the pop star come out of a big black van without her big blonde wig. Sia usually covers her face during award seasons, interviews and concerts, so this rare appearance shocked the entire internet, and of course they shared a piece of their minds.
I can't believe this is Sia. She did that. pic.twitter.com/LFqlToqNsc
— Cody (@codyspearz) March 23, 2017
sia showing her face is already the best thing to happen in 2017
— brady (@mrbinque) March 23, 2017
They even added a few puns … which were hilarious.
now u Sia ….. now u don't pic.twitter.com/2VUARse4tg
— emilie (@emiliethomasx) March 23, 2017
Although many reacted about the pop stars’ fresh face, others were praising about her voluptuous curves she had going on- claiming she was “serving looks”.
Chile Sia is out here serving LOOKS. She got rid of that wig & got on her squats. She's COMING pic.twitter.com/LI2SKEqXVZ
— Alluring Ivy? (@Drebae_) March 23, 2017
my dad and sister appreaciate the THICK???? pic.twitter.com/iuJtQQtdlL
— Sia Furler :)) (@furler_lover) March 23, 2017
The songstress in disguise told James Corden in one of their Carpool Karaoke sessions that the music industry needed some mystery, so she wanted to become one.
She also gave Nightline’s Chris Conley the scoop on why she hides her face. “I don’t want to be famous, or recognizable,” she explained. “I don’t want to be critiqued about the way that I look on the Internet.”
Sia will do anything to maintain her anonymity.She has used different tactics, such as wearing silver masks and brown paper bags, which sounds pretty bizarre if someone else did it. According to enews.com, she stated, “You know I was at Target the other day buying a hose and nobody recognized me—and my song was on the radio and I thought, OK, this experiment is working.”