If there are any chandeliers at Coachella, Sia will definitely get the crowd swinging from them! The mysterious singer’s performance is going to be epic and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second. Click to watch.
Wow! There have been some amazing and jaw-dropping performances at Coachella but the festival is far from over! Sia, 40, is set to wow the crowd with both her fabulous outfits and her powerful voice! Grab your favorite wig and get ready for the “Chandelier” singer to slay!
Sia will perfom on the main Coachella stage at 9:00 PM PST on April 17 (that’s 12:00 AM on April 18 for all you East Coasters.) The crowd in Indio, California will be mesmerized by Sia’s version of “festival fashion,” as well as her stunning voice! Be sure your ready for what may be one of the best performances in Coachella history! The big question, though, is will Sia show the crowd her face?
The Australian singer will definitely bring plenty of “Cheap Thrills” to the festival, just like how she gave an epic performance of the new single during the final season of American Idol. It was just as amazing as the “Cheap Thrills” video which reunited Sia and Maddie Ziegler, 13, who once again killed with her insane choreography. Don’t hide from unlimited and ad-free streaming music – sign up for it here.
Hopefully, some of Sia’s extraterrestrial fans will be able to make it out to California to catch her set. After all, the Golden State has its fair share of UFO sightings and Sia has admitted that she believes in alien life! Sia’s voice is pretty out of this world so it kind of makes sense, if you think about it.
Sia’s set comes on the final day of the three-day festival, one that saw performances from Ice Cube, 46, Guns N’ Roses, Chris Stapleton, 38, and so much more. Calvin Harris, 32, will also perform during Coachella’s closing hours. Hopefully he doesn’t confuse Sia for his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, 26, since they’re both rocking the same bleached-blonde bob hairstyle!
Are you excited to see Sia’s Coachella performance, HollywoodLifers?