After becoming the kind of star she never wanted to be, Australian pop singer Sia is refusing to show her face. PRETTYPUKE/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Reluctant Star, Sia Deals With Fame On Her Own Terms
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In "Bring Night," Sia caresses her words, while a reedy ache runs through every syllable. RJ Shaughnessy hide caption

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Bring Night
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Sia in Studio at WFUV - 03/13/2008
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Sia Learns to Sound Like Herself
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