August 20, 2020

Sia Leaves Radio Hosts Puzzled after Going to the Bathroom during an Interview

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Sia surprised Nova FM's "Ash, Kip & Luttsy with Susie O'Neill" hosts by going to the bathroom in the middle of a live interview and flushing the toilet: "I have no shame."

Even the biggest stars in Hollywood do the most ordinary things, including using the toilet when on the phone with someone -- something Sia recently did.

During the podcast "Ash, Kip & Luttsy with Susie O'Neill," Sia shocked the hosts by taking a bathroom break in the middle of a live interview.

Sia performs during the 2008 All Points West music and arts festival at Liberty State Park on August 9, 2008 in Jersey City, New Jersey. | Source: Getty Images



While the live interview was going on, the hoses suddenly heard the toilet flush's sound from the other end of the line, which the "Chandelier" singer did not deny. She said:

"Yeah, you heard me, and I flushed too. I have no shame. I did, but guess what? Stars are just like us."

All the hosts burst into laughter before one quipped that the singer should poop too, to which she honestly replied, "Unfortunately, I don't need to."



A few months ago, the Grammy-nominated artist revealed that she adopted two 18-year-old sons in 2019 as they were "aging out of the foster-care system."

The singer, who often goes out in public with her face covered, chose to keep her boys' identities private as well.

Sia admitted that her two boys went through a lot of trauma, having to move from one foster home to the other. Since she had the resources to help them, she did and loved them as her own.

Sia at the 5th Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards on March 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images



The Australian singer expressed concern for her adopted sons, who can both be unjustly shot for being black.

When asked about police brutality and the Black Lives Matters movement, Sia teared up and said that having two colored sons made her realize and understand how dangerous the situation regarding racism is.

"I know I've only ever experienced white privilege, and I know that now, and I'm fully aware now I have these two black sons who tell me how it is," she shared.

Sia performs during "The Voice Live Top 10." | Source: Getty Images



Apart from becoming a mom to two boys, Sia became a first-time grandmother after her youngest son had a child.

The singer, who often goes out in public with her face covered, chose to keep her boys' identities private as well.

As the world continues to battle toe coronavirus pandemic, Sia and her boys remain in self-isolation, together.