Famous singer-songwriter Sia, who many know for her hit single “Chandelier”, recently surprised her fans with her act of kindness. On November 27th, she went out to the local supermarket, Walmart and started paying for people’s groceries.
The 43-year-old usually keeps her identity hidden by wearing unconventional wigs that covers her entire face, and that’s why her loyal fans usually don’t recognize her. However, last week, a day before Thanksgiving, she was eventually identified and surprised her fans with her kindness.
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Sia entered Walmart and started saying that her name is Cici because she didn’t want to give away her identity. Then she said she’d just won the lottery, before paying for strangers’ items.
However, her cover as Cici was blown when a fan recognized and realized who she truly was and asked for a photo.
Shoppers and fans were amazed at the famous musician kind humane act.“I love that she did this not for recognition of showing kindness, but just actually being a kind person”, said one of her fans who were at the supermarket.
She didn’t want people to know who she was or why she was doing it,” one person tweeted.
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Sia amazed her loyal fans by being very honest. She revealed her struggles in October with the neurological disease, Ehlers Danlos. She spoke about her illness so that she could inspire her young fans and people going through the same situation.“Hey, I’m suffering from chronic pain, a neurological disease, Ehlers danlos and I just wanted to say to those of you suffering from pain, whether physical or emotional, I love you, keep going. Life is f– hard. Pain is demoralizing, and you’re not alone,” the singer tweeted.
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Nethmi Jayatilleke is a University Undergraduate by day and Freelance Content Writer by night. An avid lover of music, theatre and poetry, Nethze (Her Nickname) considers herself to be a professional procrastinator. She loves adventure, wildlife and is a caffeine dependent. Nethmi enjoys writing articles ranging from serious topics like politics and social issues to more lighthearted things like art, pop culture, and nature. In her spare time, nethmi loves writing food reviews and poetry.