Sia was on South Park
Sia has confirmed she provided the vocals for a song featured in an episode of 'South Park' which mocked Lorde
Sia has confirmed she mocked Lorde on 'South Park'.
The 'Chandelier' hitmaker was widely speculated to have provided the vocals on 'Push', a parody track featured on a 2014 episode of the animated comedy which claimed the 18-year-old singer was really a drag alter ego of Stan's father Randy and she has now admitted it was her and she thinks the 'Royals' vocalist would find it funny.
She said: "Yeah, it was me. Trey [Parker, 'South Park' co-creator) wrote it though.
"I was like, 'Dude, you need to do this for a living.' That 'push, push' chorus is so catchy, it's crazy.
"When I realised it might be mean to Lorde I felt bad but went ahead and did it anyway. I figured she'd find it funny. I love her."
Earlier this year, Sia caused controversy with the video to her track 'Electric Heart', which featured 11-year-old Maddie Ziegler dancing provocatively with Shia LaBeouf in a nude leotard.
Though she apologised for the clip, she insisted her words were meant just for one person.
She told NME magazine: "I read one tweet from a woman who had found it triggering.
"She had been sexually abused as a child by an older gentleman. That made me feel sad but I don't really care about those other people.
"I essentially issued an apology to that one woman. I'm certainly not apologising for my work."