Sia (musician) Height

I'm gonna live like tomorrow doesn't exist.

Famous Australian singer and songwriter, Sia Furler is known for her phenomenal songs such as  "Chandelier", "Cheap Thrills' ', “Breath Me”, “Elastic Heart' ', and others.

About Sia's Real Height

The average height of Australian women is 5 feet 4 inches, which makes Sia a little bit above average tall.

Most websites on the internet list her height as either 5 ft 5 in or 5 ft 4 in, but based on what we have seen of Sia, we think there is a good chance that her true height is right between those two numbers.

The real height of Sia is

5 ft 4 ½ in (164 cm)

Sia mugshot
Sia the pop genius

Sia is surprisingly insightful, here are some other of her quotes.

On not wanting to be famous.

I don't want to be famous, or recognizable.

The downsides of fame.

People aren't honest about the horrors of fame. The downsides are so overwhelming that, for me, there is no payoff.

Who you are...

I'm an advocate of 'it's not what you are, it's who you are.'

Having a...

I've got thick skin and an elastic heart.

Being sensitive.

I'm sensitive and get easily upset and insulted.

On good ole times.

I liked when I was naive and I thought it was just about making good music.

Before she got famous.

I liked myself much more before I got famous. I was much friendlier and had more energy.

On awards.

That's the thing about awards - it's for the people who do all the hard work behind the scenes. An award is just a clap at them.

On life.

The truth is that you shouldn't match your insides to other people's outsides. Life is an inside job, and we just have to do our best.

On creative process.

What I do enjoy is the creative process.

Standing together for the future.

We all need to stand together and be a part of creating the future we hope to see.

On her goal.

My goal is to give girls and boys a different idea of expression. It's not always about looking pretty or cute. It's about expressing yourself however that may be, even if that's being silly or goofy, or weird.

On her 13 years of work.

I toured for 13 years, and it was very lonely, and it was hard work.

On being famous.

If anyone besides famous people knew what it was like to be a famous person, they would never want to be famous.

What makes a successful artist?

Knowing now what goes into making a successful artist, it's disheartening.

On making money.

I think that it depends on what you mean by successful. If you mean 'make money' you need to be part of the machine unless you're one of those superhuman people who can do everything by yourself, and have workaholic tendencies and really good advisers and a good investor.

On bad music.

Worst music ever sells millions. The worst music with the shittiest lyrics. The fact is that they pay radio stations to put it on the radio, then you've heard it a million times when you're driving from your shitty job to your shitty house. It's indoctrination, it's sad.