Sia & Adele Co-Wrote A Sure-To-Be Mega-Hit That'll Give You All The Feels

Sia's newest song, "Alive," isn't just exciting for "Chandelier" fans. It actually brings us one step closer to new Adele music. The beloved singer behind the soundtrack of our heartbreaks co-wrote the track with Sia (along with Tobias Jesso Jr). The song was originally meant for Adele, putting it in the company of other "what might have been songs." It's easy to imagine Adele owning the tune, though Sia's performance is amazing. The track will appear on Sia's next album, This Is Acting.

In other Sia related news, her resident dancer, Maddie Ziegler, becomes a teenager next week. While you might have celebrated this milestone with a cake and permission to shave your legs, Ziegler is starring in a new video produced by i-D titled "Lucky Thirteen" and narrated by Chloë Sevigny. Honestly the only thing that could make it more hip is if Tavi Gevinson and Willow Smith showed up. Ziegler probably won't have time to stress about pre-algebra or seventh grade boys; she'll be concentrating on the video for "Alive," the fourth Sia music video she'll appear in.

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