Sia on ‘Sesame Street’ Sings ‘S is for Songs’ (Video)

Sia on ‘Sesame Street’ Sings ‘S is for Songs’ (Video)

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Face-concealing pop singer/songwriter goddess Sia visited Sesame Street last weekend to sing an alphabetical ditty called “S is for Songs.”

Cookie Monster, Elmo, Grover and Abby all donned copies of Sia’s black-and-blonde wig, while the singer added her own clown nose and a giant bow.

Alas, it will be a while before average kids get to watch the full episode. Sesame Street is owned by HBO now, and the episode won’t make it to PBS until months after cable subscribers see it. Hopefully, Trump and his cronies won’t manage to kill public broadcasting by then.

 

(Header image via Sia’s Instagram)

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