Sia Reveals She Adopted Two Teenage Boys Last Year

Brenda Watkins
May 21, 2020

The singer revealed in an interview with SiriusXM's The Morning Mash Up that she adopted two 18-year-old boys in 2019.

'I actually adopted two sons previous year.

They're both 19 now, and Sia says she loves 'em both very much. "Yeah, and I love them".

"They are both finding it pretty hard, one moreso than the other".

Sia said being "newly rich" was "really weird and fun" and had given her opportunities, such as the recent adoptions, to help others. "They're really doing a lot of educational stuff that's good for them", she said.

Sia just recently shared that she expanded her family by adopted two teenage boys.

She added: "This year I wrote him a text and I said, "Hey, listen, you're like one of five people that I'm sexually attracted to".

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The Cheap Thrills singer is usually tight-lipped when it comes to her personal life, so we doubt we'll get any more details beyond that salacious quote.

She went on to explain how they're all doing while under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

As we touched on earlier, Sia first dropped the news about expanding her fam while nonchalantly raving about the no-strings sex agreement she proposed to the 41-year-old DJ!

Australian singer-songwriter Sia is a new mom.

Sia first revealed she'd become an adoptive-mother in January, making a casual reference to GQ as she opened up about her relationship status and sex life.

It is not known if one of her sons is Dasani from the HBO documentary Foster, who she previously expressed an interest in taking in. Sia teamed up with make-up artist Tonya Brewer and dancer Maddie Ziegler - star of several of her music videos - for a parody cover of Megan Thee Stallion's hit song Savage, with new lyrics parodying the Netflix series Tiger King.

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