"People say, 'Enough of this s**t where she doesn't show her face," and 'It's a gimmick.' For sure. I'm trying to do this differently, for serenity. And it's a fun game for me as well. I have nothing to lose. But of course I want to be loved. So when people say, 'Show your face, you're not ugly.' I want to say, 'I know. I'm not doing it because I think I'm ugly; I'm trying to have some control over my image. And I'm allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy."
Sia also says she doesn't want to constantly be criticized for her physical appearance. "But also I would like not to be picked apart or for people to observe when I put on ten pounds or take off ten pounds or I have a hair extension out of place or my fake tan is botched. I don't want to be followed my paparazzi. I don't want go on Twitter. Because when people say things like, I don't know, 'I hope you get cancer and die,' it hurts my feelings," she shares.
Well, hearing super harsh comments like that would hurt anyone, whether you're famous or not. Do you think Sia's strategy is smart or do you wish she would stop hiding?