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Sia Kate Isobelle Furler (born December 18, 1975) is an Australian Singer-Songwriter, professionally known simply as Sia, primarily known for the dramatic ballads she writes and performs and her signature face-concealing wigs she wears for most public appearances.

She got her start in the mid-1990s singing in an acid jazz band called Crisp, up until they disbanded in 1997. By then, she was branching out into a solo career (having already released an album), singing onto Dance Pool and then Go! Beat and releasing an album with each, as well as being a featured vocalist on several Zero 7 songs, including their hit "Destiny." Eventually, she moved to New York to tour in the States, releasing a fourth album. Sia became more well-known after We Are Born, and her following album, 1000 Forms of Fear and its leading single "Chandelier" pushed her to mainstream success. She further became more famous after collaborations with other high-profile musicians.


From the beginning Sia was always uncomfortable with public attention, and would often distort her image on press shots and at live shows. After her newfound success with 1000 Forms of Fear, she decided to stop showing her face in public shows, and does every live performance either with her back to the audience or covering her face with a now iconic bob-styled wig. She does this as an effort to protect her privacy and after feeling destabilized from fame. Oh, and also because of an admitted extra sense of mysteriousness. In 2018, Sia formed the supergroup LSD with Diplo and Labrinth, and their debut album released in 2019.

In 2015, Sia announced that she would be directing a movie, titled Music. The movie stars Kate Hudson as Zu, a drug dealer fresh out of rehab, who is tasked with taking care of her non-verbal autistic half-sister Music, played by Sia's protégé Maddie Ziegler. Music came out in the early months of 2021 and despite controversy (mainly regarding its portrayal of autism) and overall poor reviews, the movie managed to get nominated for two major Golden Globes: the first was for Best Picture - Musical or Comedy, and the other was a Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for Kate Hudson.


She is the cousin of Peter Furler, former front man of Australian Christian Rock band Newsboys.


as Sia

  • OnlySee (1997)
  • Healing is Difficult (2001)
  • Colour the Small One (2004)
  • Some People Have Real Problems (2008)
  • We Are Born (2010)
  • Best Of... (2012)
  • 1000 Forms of Fear (2014)
  • This is Acting (2016)
  • Everyday Is Christmas (2017)
  • Music - Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture (2021)

with LSD

  • Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present... LSD (2019)

This is troping about Sia:

  • A Cappella: "Mad Love" and "Tripoutro" on OnlySee.
  • Adam and/or Eve: "Fire Meet Gasoline".
    I'm Eve, I wanna try
    Take a bite
  • Adam Westing
  • Addiction Song: "Chandelier".
  • Artistic License – Biology: One does not typically drink oxygen, as "House On Fire" implies.
  • Adult Adoptee: Sia adopted two 18-year-old sons who had barely aged out of foster care, while at the same time became a grandmother at age 44.
  • Album Title Drop: "The Fight" drops 'we are born'.
  • The Alcoholic: The protagonist of "Chandelier." Sia herself has suffered addictions to painkillers and alcohol in the past.
  • Alter-Ego Acting: Her album This is Acting is made up entirely out of rejected songs originally written for other singers, making it sort of a Concept Album.
  • Alternate Music Video: Sia's very first single, "Taken For Granted", had two music videos.
  • Animated Music Video: "Hey Boy" ft. Burna Boy.
  • A Wild Rapper Appears!: "Cheap Thrills" features Sean Paul and "The Greatest" features Kendrick Lamar.
  • Badass Boast: The chorus of "Unstoppable," as the title would suggest. The verses, however, reveal that the narrator is a Stepford Smiler too scared to let her feelings show.
    I'm unstoppable
    I'm a Porsche with no brakes
    I'm invincible
    Yeah, I win every single game
    I'm so powerful
    I don't need batteries to play
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Quoted in "Broken Biscuit".
  • Birdcaged: The "Elastic Heart" music video.
  • Blinding Bangs: Her established look, a black-and-white bob wig that covers everything but her mouth (see image).
  • Break-Up Song: "The Girl You Lost to Cocaine" (falls into the 'relationship breakup' category).
    • "Little Black Sandals" is more complicated version of a romantic breakup.
    • "Footprints" is a Bait-and-Switch example as it begins as one and it's only halfway through the song that it's revealed that the couple is still together.
    • "Big Girls Cry" and "Elastic Heart" allude to this as well.
  • The Cameo
    • Appeared as herself in a 1997 episode of Home and Away.
    • Briefly appears as a New York Bar Singer in the 2004 film Piccadilly Jim.
    • As well as contributing to the soundtrack, Sia played the Animal Care & Control Volunteer in Annie (2014).
  • Captain Obvious: "Drink To Get Drunk" contains lines such as:
    To make noise I use my breath
    To unlock doors I use a key
    And when I'm looking for something I use my eyes
  • Celebrity Is Overrated: Hated the fame and attention towards her when she released We Are Born, prompting her to become a Reclusive Artist.
  • Chandelier Swing: "I'm gonna swing from the chandelier, from the chandelier..."
  • Changed for the Video: The music video for "Little Man" uses a different version of the song than the album version.
  • Cheap Heat: Often for "Cheap Thrills": "C'mon, c'mon, turn (insert local station here) on."
  • Christmas Songs: Everyday Is Christmas, featuring 12 original songs. Five bonus tracks - four originals and one cover - have been released since.
  • Christmas Elves: Mentioned throughout "Sunshine".
    Tell me your secrets tonight
    I'll take 'em with me, and I'll get the elves workin' on them in the workshop
    We'll take your problems apart, put 'em back using our hearts
    Got the elves working so hard, make your pain stop
  • Cloud Cuckoolander
    • As evidenced by her Twitter account. Her bio is "i am sia, i was born from the bumhole of a unicorn named steve." Also, Sia named one of her dogs "Turtle" because it's "so turtley."
    • Whilst touring her fourth and fifth albums, Sia performed a few original ditties between normal songs, such as Pee On You and Rat Poop.
    • She has also expressed a religious belief in a higher power known as "Whatever Dude", who is a "a queer, surfing Santa" that resembles her grandpa. In case you think she's just trolling, she has a tattoo of this.
    • She once began an interview with Rolling Stone magazine by apologizing for taking so long to pick up the phone because she was busy "taking a wee".
  • Colorful Song: Not a song about colors, but the pre-chorus of "Candy Cane Lane" mentions multiple to highlight the colorful nature of the titular location. Also doubles as a reference to the song "I Can Sing a Rainbow".
    Red and yellow and pink and green
    Orange and purple and blue
  • Concept Video: "Elastic Heart"
  • Cope by Creating: "Bird Set Free".
    And I don't care if I sing off-key
    I find myself in my melodies
    I sing for love, I sing for me
    I shout it out like a bird set free
  • The Cover Changes the Meaning: Sia's cover of "Gimme Me" by Britney Spears is considerably more melancholy than the original.
    • Averted with "Satisfied" from The Hamilton Mixtape. The cover names Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth and Angelica Schuyler by name, indicating that Sia, Miguel and Queen Latifah are singing from the perspective of the characters/historical figures.
  • Cover Version
  • Crappy Holidays
    • "My Old Santa Claus" describes Sia dealing with a break-up around Christmas.
    'Cause if Christmas is so green and so red, then why am I so blue, why am I so blue?
    • "Pin Drop" describes Sia fearing being alone on Christmas.
  • Crystal Ball: Mentioned in her unreleased song "Too Beautiful".
    The crystal ball sees only pain for any man who comes my way
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Her history of mental health problems (bipolar disorder, panic attacks, and various addictions) provides a lot of inspiration for her lyrics.
  • Darker and Edgier: 1000 Forms of Fear tears down the funny, quirky image from the previous We Are Born and weave anew the violent and dark lyrics with heavy instruments.
  • Deconstruction: "Chandelier" is one to the typical pop party song. The singer is staying up all night, partying and drinking... and their alcoholism and general lifestyle have serious consequences, and possibly are the result of depression and suicidality.
  • Deliberately Monochrome: The "Cheap Thrills" lyric video.
  • Determinator: "Never Give Up" from the 2016 movie Lion — which is based on the story of Real Life Determinator Saroo Brierley, who was separated from his family in India as a child, was adopted by an Australian family, and set out to find, and was reunited with, his birth family 25 years later.
  • The Diss Track
    • "Confetti" and "Play Dumb" are jabs at a cheating ex. However, whether or not the songs describe fictional scenarios or true events remains unknown, and despite her marriage with Erik Anders Lang falling apart presumably due to her infertility, she has never accused him of being unfaithful.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: In "Move Your Body", the young version of Sia abandons her shoes as she crawls through a wardrobe (probably because they won't fit) and spends the rest of the video parading around in socked feet, which end up quite sullied on the studio floor. No one cares that she's up and lost her shoes.
  • Dream Team:
  • Driving Song: "Beautiful Calm Driving" alludes to this.
  • Drunken Song: If you listen closely, the pre-chorus to "Chandelier" ("1, 2, 3, drink") is autotuned which makes it sound as if Sia is slurring due to drunkenness, which fits with the theme of the song.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Her debut album OnlySee is very trippy and experimental.
  • Eat the Camera: The camera zooms into Maddie Ziegler's mouth at one point in "The Greatest" music video.
  • Epic Fail: Described in "Straight for the Knife".
    If your goal was to love, you scored an epic miss
  • Face on the Cover: Healing is Difficult, Some People Have Real Problems, and We Are Born, which caused older fans some puzzlement when she decided to become The Faceless in public in 2014.
    • Her face is the one on the original cover of This Is Acting, albeit distorted.
    • Maddie Ziegler can be seen on the cover of This Is Acting: Deluxe Edition and Everyday Is Christmas.
  • The Faceless: Became this in 2014, with the explanation of a disillusionment with her fame; she often wears large wigs or accessories that cover her eyes, and has done live performances with her back facing the audience. Or she will have Maddie Ziegler portray a young version of herself.
  • Face Your Fears: Sia urges a friend to face his fears in pursuing a relationship with a woman in "Salted Wound". The line, "feel the fear and do it anyway", references the self-help book of the same name by Susan Jeffers.
  • Family-Unfriendly Violence: 1000 Forms of Fear has been called far too violent and introspective for Top 40 radio. Most evident in "Free the Animal":
    Detonate me (shoot me like a cannonball)
    Granulate me (kill me like an animal)
    Decapitate me (hit me like a baseball)
  • '50s Hair: The "Cheap Thrills" lyric video features a very '50s retraux vibe reminiscent of dance shows like American Bandstand, down to the costumes and hairstyles. Only one couple gets the anachronism, with both donning Sia's signature two-toned wig.
  • Friendship Song: "Natale's Song".
  • Gay Euphemism: Downplayed in "Judge Me", which seems to be about facing homophobia but it isn't explicitly stated. Sia later identified as queer years after the song was released.
    It's such a terrible terrible shame, you keep on judging me in His name
    You're so quick to shift the focus, but you can't find yourself in today's frame
    But I know He'd approve, and I've nothing to prove to you
    He smiled down on me lovingly, lovingly
  • Greatest Hits Album: Released in 2012, ironically before she became a famous household name.
  • Grief Song: Sia acknowledges the death of her first love, Dan, a few times in her Healing Is Difficult album.
    • "Fear":
    And sometimes I worry my boyfriend will die
    My first love is already dead
    • "Drink To Get Drunk":
    They say change and pain is a positive thing
    So have I changed since you died?
  • Hanging Up on the Grim Reaper: In "Reaper", the protagonist is being stalked by the Grim Reaper, but she rejects him in favour of all the things in life she has yet to experience.
    • A similar theme is explored in LSD's "Heaven Can Wait", although that does not explicitly refer to a Grim Reaper.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: She was this in the past and references it in her lyrics. See Deconstruction.
  • Heel–Face Turn
    • "The Bully" is an apology to a girl Sia used to bully in primary school.
    • Describes her formerly promiscuous lover changing for the better in "You've Changed".
  • Hidden Depths: In recent years, Sia has expressed strong interest in attachment theory.
  • Hidden Track: In some edition of Some People Have Real Problems, "Buttons" comes into play after a long pause at the end of "Lullaby".
  • Hymn to Music: LSD's "Audio".
  • I Can Change My Beloved: Seems to have been successful in "You've Changed".
  • Iconic Outfit: Her platinum blonde (+/- black) wig with either a big floppy hat (usually black, though sometimes other colours) or a gigantic hairbow (see page image). Or sometimes even both. Even better, her real hairstyle prior to donning the wig was a blonde bob cut with bangs. The cover of 1000 Forms of Fear is just a blonde wig to represent her. The half-black wig is also on the cover of This is Acting.
  • If I Can't Have You…: The subject of her Zero 7 collaboration, "If I Can't Have You".
  • Ill Girl: Not even considering her self-admitted mental health and addiction issues, in 2019 Sia was officially diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome - a rare inherited genetic condition that causes weakness in the body's connective tissues, which results in all sorts of problems, most notably chronic pain and fatigue. One aspect is that the weak connective tissues make joints more flexible, but this is a bad thing in the long run, as it leads to bones directly rubbing against each other and early onset arthritis, and thus chronic pain. There were signs of this before her diagnosis in 2019, though, as Sia had known for years that she was "double-jointed" but didn't suspect the underlying cause: during her 2016 Carpool Karaoke episode with James Corden, she showed off how much her fingers can bend backwards, then emphasized this by balancing a dozen eggs using the back of her hands. By late 2020 Sia has said she doesn't intend to go on tour again because she doesn't think her body can handle the physical strain anymore (though she hasn't ruled out one-shot public appearances). Worse, Ehlers-Danlos is degenerative and may increasingly damage her voice.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: Songbird Serenade, her character in My Little Pony: The Movie (2017), looks exactly like her turned into a pony, and is also a famous singer in-universe.
  • Intercourse with You: Her unreleased song, "Testosterone".
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Has formed a close-knit bond with the star of her Chandelier trilogy of music videos and frequent collaborator, Dance Moms' Maddie Ziegler.
  • Lighter and Softer
    I can see a rainbow in your tears as they fall on down
    I can see your soul grow through your pain as they hit the ground
    I can see a rainbow in your tears as the sun comes out
    As the sun comes out
    • Generally, a lot of Sia's music released after 2014's 1000 Forms of Fear is more upbeat, motivational and positive than much of her work beforehand.
  • Lipstick Mark: Both "Confetti" and "Play Dumb" mention Sia finding another woman's lipstick on her boyfriend's collar.
  • Live Album: Lady Croissant, released in 2007.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: "Insidiously" on Healing is Difficult and "Dressed in Black" on 1000 Forms of Fear.
  • Love Is Like Religion: In "Cellophane", she compares her lover to a saint:
  • Lyric Swap: In live performances of her Madonna cover, "Oh Father", the line "Oh Father, I have sinned" is altered to "How was it that I sinned?".
  • Lyric Video:
  • Lyrical Dissonance:
    • At first, "Cloud" seems to be a happy, uplifting song. However, the lyrics are about a pessimistic jerk who enjoys messing things up for people because their own life is depressing.
    • One could say this about a great amount of her body of work; it shines the most on We Are Born and 1000 Forms of Fear.
    • "Chandelier" is an up-tempo electropop/R&B song about alcoholism.
    • "Dressed in Black" conceals its happy and hopeful lyrics with dark, intimidating instrumental.
    • A more downplayed example, but the lyrics of "Free the Animal" are extremely violent if you read them closely, even for a relatively dark song.
  • Male Band, Female Singer: Sia's band consisted of men during her tours up until 2011. Also acted as the female singer of duo Zero 7 between 2001 and 2006.
  • Melismatic Vocals: Distinctly on "Chandelier."
  • Minimalistic Cover Art: Her earlier albums had bright and colourful artwork, but 1000 Forms of Fear and This is Acting had simpler artwork with a black background.
  • The Mistress: There are implications in "Hostage" that the protagonist is this, with multiples references to a "secret life". She also refers to herself as a "criminal in these parts".
    Secret life of lovers who have others under the covers
  • Multilingual Song
    • In her collaboration with Ozuna and Doja Cat, "Del Mar", Sia sings on both the Spanish chorus and a verse in English.
    • A less conventional example; during performances of "Soon We'll Be Found", Sia performs the song in sign language alongside her singing.
  • New Sound Album: Sia started out as downtempo/trip-hop. Her next two albums downplayed the electronic influences, and were more acoustic and mellow. We Are Born and 1000 Forms of Fear are both essentially pop, the former more twee-sounding and the latter more mainstream-sounding.
  • Nice Guy: Sia's lover in "Somersault".
    You talk to loners, you ask 'how's your week?'
    You give love to all, and give love to me
  • Nice Hat: See under Iconic Outfit. Or better yet, google "sia + hat".
  • Non-Appearing Title: "Lentil".
  • Nude-Colored Clothes: In the music videos for "Chandelier" and "Elastic Heart", Maddie Ziegler is wearing a skin colored leotard. It's fairly obvious up close what's she's wearing, but in more distant shots she looks naked, which combined with the dancer being clearly underage can lead to unintentional Squick.
  • Ode to Sobriety: "Chandelier" starts off with a party girl bragging about her hard-drinking ways. But halfway through the chorus, it turns dark and the party girl sings about how she's just "holding on". The second verse has her hungover.
  • Obligatory Bondage Song: "Hostage" could .... easily be interpreted this way.
  • Older Than They Look: She hides her face in live appearances, has a rather dainty figure and mannerisms, and only broke into the mainstream in the 2010s. The fact that she's middle-aged (and has had a career for quite some time) comes as quite a shock to many newcomers.
  • Only One Name
  • Pep-Talk Song: "Death by Chocolate", "Burn the Pages", "Salted Wound" and "Angel by the Wings".
  • Performance Anxiety: She is unable to face a large audience due to social anxiety (she's fine with smaller audiences).
  • Precious Puppy: "Puppies Are Forever".
  • Protest Song: The song "One Candle" calls for people to stand together and protect animals from extinction.
  • Real Life Writes the Plot: The music video for "The Greatest" pays tribute to the Orlando nightclub shooting victims, though the song was written beforehand.
  • Rearrange the Song: "I'm Not Important to You" and "Sober and Unkissed" from Healing Is Difficult are reworked versions of her Crisp collaboration "Sia's Song" and her previous album's "Soon", respectively.
  • Recovered Addict: After years of addictions to alcohol, drugs and painkillers, Sia has been sober since September 2010.
  • Recycled Lyrics: Both 2008's "Lullaby" and 2014's "Burn the Pages":
    Place your past into a book
    Burn the pages, let 'em cook
  • Red/Green Contrast: The album cover for Everyday Is Christmas.
  • Retraux: The video for "Cheap Thrills" featuring Sean Paul featuring two dancers wearing her signature two-toned wig among the dancers donning '50s Hair in a 50s-style dance show.
  • Self-Deprecation: "This is what you can expect from me at any given show."
    • Constantly refers to her earlier albums, especially Healing Is Difficult, as flops.
  • Self-Empowerment Anthem: "Bird Set Free", "Alive", "The Greatest" and "Never Give Up".
  • Self-Harm: "Breathe Me" is about someone who self-harms and is asking for help.
  • Series Fauxnale: Sia revealed that she only made 1000 Forms Of Fear to get out of her label contract as a singer. Thus meaning that if it had done poorly, it would have been her final album. However, since it was positively received, she decided to make This Is Acting.
  • Shout-Out
    • "Sweet Potato" includes the lyrics: "She knows to boil the kettle when you hum bars from Grease"
    • "Sweet Design" includes the lyrics: "Thong Song, I'ma bring the part 2"
    • From LSD's "Genius": "You'll be my Einstein, my Newton, my Galileo and my Hawking".
    • The music video for LSD's "No New Friends" features a very Dr. Seussian setting.
    • "Together" name-drops Stevie Wonder, one of Sia's influences.
  • Silly Love Songs: "Somersault", "Day Too Soon", "Never Gonna Leave Me", "Golden" with Travie McCoy, "Step By Step".
  • Singer Namedrop: Not actually in her work, but parodied in her appearance as herself in Nobodies, in which she portrays a fictionalized version of herself recording a theme song for a TV show with Melissa McCarthy, who ridicules her for putting her own name in the song.
  • Small Start, Big Finish: "Breathe Me".
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: Likens herself to this in "Underneath the Mistletoe".
    I've got a crush, la la la la la la
    Like a schoolgirl
  • Snowy Sleigh Bells: As one would expect, multiple times in Everyday Is Christmas.
  • Stepford Smiler:
    • "Chandelier" is about a depressed Hard-Drinking Party Girl who turns to a night of drunken debauchery to try and push down a gnawing sense of fear and distress.
    Help me, I'm holding on for dear life
    Won't look down, won't open my eyes
    Keep my glass full 'til morning light
    'Cause I'm just holding out for tonight
    Leave my sunglasses on while I shed a tear
    It's never the right time, yeah, yeah
    I put my armor on, show you how strong how I am
    • Even more apparent in the Perfect Isn't Pretty Mix of "Unstoppable", which has slightly different lyrics:
    I'm unstoppable, until you look the other way
  • Stuffy Old Songs About the Buttocks: "Sweet Design", which was written for Jennifer Lopez but ended up on This Is Acting.
  • Surprise Incest: "Butterflies" plays this on the listeners. It sounds like just a regular song about lingering awkwardness in a relationship, until the very last line right at the end of the song, when she casually remarks "Because we came from the same cocoon".
  • Take That, Critics!: "Titanium" can be interpreted as this.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: Due to her discomfort with her growing fame and the effects that touring took on her mental health, Sia planned to retire from performing in 2011 and focus on songwriting alone. However, due to having to release one more album under her publishing deal, as well as the success of collaborations such as "Titanium", Sia found mainstream success and in 2016 she decided she was stable enough to tour again.
  • Textless Album Cover: Everyday Is Christmas.
  • Title Track: Onlysee, Healing Is Difficult, Everyday Is Christmas and Music.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: "Insidiously" has Sia calling out a toxic friend:
    I tell you if that's what you're about
    Friends like you I can do without
  • Trrrilling Rrrs: In "Del Mar".
  • Under the Mistletoe: "Underneath the Mistletoe"; also mentioned in "Sing For My Life".
  • Unkempt Beauty: When she shows her face, she almost always appears this way, with no makeup and Messy Hair.
  • Unplugged Version: The final track of We Are Born is an acoustic version of "I'm In Here". It's labeled "Piano Vocal Version" because those are the only instruments.
  • We All Die Someday:
    • Her collaboration with Zero 7, "Waiting to Die".
    Yes, it is true, death is everyone's fate
    But we've made it this far, it's time to celebrate
    • Also discussed on "That's Life", a collaboration between 88-Keys and Mac Miller that Sia later joined after Miller's death.
    Everybody lives, and everybody dies one day
    That's life, what'cha gonna do?
  • Wham Line
    • The way the music stops for a moment in "Fear" after the following line to emphasize Sia's personal fear:
    And sometimes I worry my boyfriend will die
    My first love is already dead
    • "Butterflies" is a Silly Love Song, but the final line "Because we came from the same cocoon" indicates that it's talking about siblings.
    • Sia gushes about a beloved boyfriend in the first verse of "Confetti", until the line "I felt evey cell fall in love with you, but..." before revealing that he was unfaithful. The second verse delivers a similar blow; "I found lipstick on your collar... wasn't my colour".
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Even Sia herself has poked fun at this. She's Australian, but on quite a few of her recent songs, she borders on The Unintelligible, and seems to cross between several accents (Australian, British, vaguely Caribbean, and American), as well as a bit of slurring and mumbling.
  • "When I'm Gone" Song: "Dreaming", a collaboration with Zero 7, seems to be written from the perspective of someone who has died and are telling their lover to move on.
  • Word Salad Lyrics: "Buttons."
  • You Are Not Alone: "Rainbow" gives off this feeling, with the singer encouraging someone who has been through hard times to get better.
    I am here and I see your pain
    Through the storm, through the clouds, the rain
    I'm telling you you cannot escape
    You can do it, just feel, baby
    • Also present in "Courage To Change":
    You're not alone in all this
    You're not alone, I promise
    Standing together we can do anything
  • Your Makeup Is Running: Mentioned in "Big Girls Cry":
    I may cry ruining my makeup


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Australian singer-songwriter Sia, in addition to her guest role in the film, wrote and performed the song "Rainbow" for the final scene and closing credits of My Little Pony: The Movie (2017).

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