Sia shows off facelift results after years of hiding behind huge wigs
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Sia is very well know for hiding her face behind giant wigs but the singer couldn't wait to reveal her new facelift, showing off the results at a recent awards show.
The award-winning performer — who's behind hits such as 'Chandelier' and 'Cheap Thrills' — had previously shared that she uses her giant wigs to stay incognito due to the intense pressures that come with being famous.
Last month, during an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, she explained that her iconic blonde wig had helped her create a 'little bubble' for herself.
"When I got sober is when I put the wig on my face and that's when I had in-ears and wig and I'm just like, 'It's like I'm in a little bubble with myself'," she said.
However, fans of the Aussie singer-songwriter had to do a double take when she took to the stage at the 5th annual Daytime Beauty Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (October 1).
The 47-year-old — whose full name is Sia Kate Isobelle Furler — wore her hair uncharacteristically pinned back as she presented Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Ben Talei with the award for Outstanding Achievement in Medicine, and took the opportunity to tell the audience that he was the man behind her cosmetic surgery.
And she wasted no time in letting everyone know how incredible she thought his work was.
"I’m a pop star that normally hides my face and doesn’t lie about s***. I got an amazing facelift from Dr. Talei," she said.
"He is incredible. And he is doing so much good work - and not just for the pop stars of the world."
The singer didn't reveal when she'd had the procedure done but continued to gush about how wonderful it had turned out.
"I was showing someone in the back my before-and-afters right before I came on," she shared.
"People go, 'You look nice.' I'm like, 'Dr. Ben Talei, face lift' for like anything you could ever want. I love him, I can't say enough good about him."
And Dr. Talei similarly returned the love when he took to the stage to accept his award.
"I don't know if you guys know how amazing Sia is as a person," he said.
"We have a lot of common friends and it's always shocking how many keep saying, 'I love her, I love her, I love her.' She's amazing."
The doctor added: "She really is, like you can see - a bright ray of sunshine and made my nieces and nephews' days. She invited them over to her house for a big party, and the whole family loves her. I'm super grateful."