From jabs at ISIS to a Blake Shelton video and a very odd retelling of Jay Z’s life, here are our favorites from the 40th season.
It’s called “Step by Step.”
Heidi Klum and ‘Game of Thrones’ actor Pedro Pascal don’t dance, but do take part in some arson.
Big girls don’t cry, they dance. At least that’s what Sia’s new video seems to suggest.
Wondering what Sia’s face looks like without the crazy wigs? Wonder no more.
Only one more week until Kelly Clarkson releases Piece by Piece and that means it’s time for a new song.
Money, that’s what Sia wants. At least when it comes to the possibility of her touring again.
With her current album ‘1000 Forms of Fear’ still doing brisk business, Sia serves up details on her next long-playing opus.
We know Sia isn’t so keen on showing her face in public (so, hey, why not record a pop album?), but her GRAMMY performance tonight was some other-level shy stuff.
Other newly announced collaborations include Brandy Clark with Dwight Yoakam, Ed Sheeran with Herbie Hancock, Questlove and John Mayer, and also Sheeran with ELO’s Jeff Lynne.
“I think songwriters get a bit shocked with me sometimes because I will sit in there and literally tell them my deepest and darkest secrets,” Smith says with a smile. “I’ve got nothing to hide.”
Sia Doesn’t Shy Away (as Much) from Camera, Performs ‘Elastic Heart’ & Stripped-Down ‘Chandelier’ on ‘SNL’: Watch
Sia came to “Saturday Night Live” and performed two singles.
You’re still not going to see Sia’s face in her new promo for Saturday Night Live, but that doesn’t mean the singer doesn’t get in on the jokes.
Sometimes it’s an honor just to be nominated. On the other hand, lots of great songs from films don’t even get an Oscar nod for Best Original Song.
One of the most anticipated movies of February, Fifty Shades of Grey, has now revealed the tracklist for its much anticipated soundtrack.
After the premiere of Sia’s video for “Elastic Heart” yesterday (Jan. 7) people were already commenting that the relationship in the video was a little too close for comfort.
‘Chandelier’ is a classic case of a happy accident, a spontaneous flash of inspiration that turned into one of the biggest and most pervasive hits of 2014.
We had our friend, bartender and comedian Francesca Day, whip up five special cocktails for the Record of the Year nominees—Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, Sia and Meghan Trainor.
You’ve never seen Sia’s “Chandelier” like this. Not even close.
Sia is going to great lengths to help raise funds for her husband’s golf documentary Be the Ball.
How does Lorde’s offerings stack up against T Bone Burnett’s Americana-infused Songs of District 12 and Beyond for the first film, or Alexandra Patsavas of the Twilight series’ Catching Fire?
She is Joan Jett and she approves that message, which flashes some frightening statistics across the screen including that in 2013 there were more laws passed to limit women’s reproductive rights than the entire previous decade.
There was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
Back in May, Sia revealed on Twitter the she and producer Greg Kurstin composed music and lyrics, respectively, for the film’s soundtrack.
CBS Radio is happy to announce the return of We Can Survive on October 24, 2014!
2014, just like 2013, continues to be the year of Pharrell. And Beyoncé.
Sia can no longer hide from the spotlight.
With a little help from Girls star Lena Dunham, Sia recreates her video for “Chandelier” on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers.’ Well sort of.
The tropical track, which was written by Sia and Kelly Clarkson collaborator, Greg Kurstin, has her speaking a little Spanish, rapping about sangria and saying things like, “I want you to love me long time.”