As if pop singer-songwriter Sia isn’t already loved by everyone, she goes on HBO’s Sesame Street to sing a song about… loving songs!
Well-known for her sensational records like Chandelier, The Greatest, and Cheap Thrills, the Australian singer-songwriter joined Elmo, Grover, Abby Cadabby, and Cookie Monster on teaching kids that ‘S is for Songs.’
“‘S’ is for songs, and I love songs/Don’t know what I would do without ‘em/I love songs so much/I wanna sing a song about ‘em,” she sang.
Sia, who recently made headlines for ditching her signature wig and going out with her naturally beautiful face at LAX airport earlier this week, has then showcased a rather cutesy look for the long-running children’s program with almost the same facial exposure and a red clown nose.
The muppets can also be seen wearing her trademark wig while jamming to the catchy tune. Talk about charming.
Meanwhile, the pop star has freshly released a track called “Waterfall” with singer-songwriter P!nk. Produced by Erik Hermansen and Mikkel Eriksen, otherwise known as Stargate, the single has been a collaborative writing effort between Sia, Diplo, and Jr Blender.
Seems like we’re not gonna be lacking of Sia’s magic all over our airwaves these days. But hey, who’s complaining?
For immediate good vibes against your Tuesday blues, give this sweet clip a watch:
And for more Sia fix, the video for “Waterfall”: