The moment is finally here!!
Ch-ch-check out the performances (above & below)!!!
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Is it too early to call this the best live performance of the year? Because this is gonna be pretty tough to beat!
By this point we've all come to know and love Sia and Maddie Ziegler's epic live performances, so when we heard the two of them would be performing Elastic Heart on Ellen, we just KNEW it was going to be good!
Sadly, our dreams of seeing Maddie take on Shia LaBeouf in a live cage match didn't come true!
Instead, they went with a whole new approach that saw the 12-year-old joined by several other Sia clones as she works her way through yet another emotional interpretive dance!
And if that's not enough to get you excited, wait until you hear Sia's super exciting Grammys announcement after the song!
Ch-ch-check out the amazing performance (below)!
Whoever put together the soundtrack for the 50 Shades of Grey movie was clearly looking for a sultry sound.
So it's a good thing they went with Sia!
The Chandelier singer performed the most emotional song we've heard so far for the adaptation's OST!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear the sexy but sweet Salted Wound.
Sia can do no wrong.
Following a rather controversial week, the singer appeared on Saturday Night Live as the musical guest this weekend and made sure to give a performance to squash any question about her art.
And she even made sure to bring Maddie Ziegler along too!
The duo performed their latest hit Elastic Heart while also bringing back another impressive live rendition of Chandelier.
In typical Sia fashion, she kept her face covered the whole time, which just took things to a whole other weird-yet-enthralling level.
Also, there was a mime. So that's cool.
Ch-ch-check out Elastic Heart & Chandelier
Christy Carlson Romano has nothing but love for her former Even Stevens co-star, Shia LaBeouf!
For y'all who don't know, some people were upset by the video because they felt it depicted an inappropriate relationship between LaBeouf and his 12-year-old co-star, Maddie Ziegler.
The actress, however, is TOTALLY supportive of her little TV brother!
Check out the touching things Christy had to say (above)!
Oh, and don't worry if you're craving some more CCR! We have PLENTY of more juicy deets from Christy, like what she's up to now and other fun #TBT surprises!
The Golden Globes are over, but award season is just beginning!
Among the bigger award shows, a very special ceremony happens every year somewhat under the radar: the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Dorian Awards!
Over 100 members of GALECA vote on their favorites in TV and film, all through an LGBTQ lens.
If you're not familiar with the award show, it distinguishes itself not just with its LGBTQ-friendly categories, but also with unique ones like Campy TV Show, Unsung TV Show, and Visually Striking Film Of The Year!
See the entire list — and find out who will be the recipient of the prestigious Timeless Award (below)!
It's a night of firsts at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. But these first-time winners are music awards vets. One of them is even a legend! LOLz!
John Legend & Common, with their collaboration Glory from the film Selma, beat out a star-studded lineup to take home their award for Best Original Song!
Big Eyes by Lana Del Rey, Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde — from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, Opportunity by Sia, Greg Kurstin, & Will Gluck — from Annie, and Mercy Is by Patti Smith & Lenny Kaye — from Noah were all up for the prestigious award.
But John and Common grabbed the Glory in the end.
Watch their speech (above)!
We know we're only a little over a week into 2015, but we think it's safe to say that Sia's newest single Elastic Heart is the best music video of the year!
But still, that doesn't mean people aren't going to find something to complain about.
In case you haven't heard, the video, which features Shia LaBeaouf and Maddie Ziegler, has gained some controversy over the two stars' choreography, and some people are even screaming pedophilia!
Sia has already addressed the complaints, and now 12-year-old Maddie has also offered up her take on filming the follow-up to Chandelier, saying: