Singer Sia has surprised shoppers by paying for their thanksgiving shopping in Palm Springs, California.
Sia reportedly told people her name was "Cici" and that she wanted to pay it forward after winning the lottery. Clips posted on Twitter and YouTube show the makeup-less star, wearing a long coat and her hair in a high bun, embracing customers, laughing, and posing for pictures.
Sia was likely able to maintain her anonymity because she has performed and walked the red carpet in a wig that covered her face for many years.
A Twitter user named Adri Buckles shared the video and wrote: "So @Sia paid for my groceries today thank you so much!" Buckles wrote. "The heart and lovely soul you have for paying for everyone!"
Speaking about her unique look In 2016, Sia told James Corden: "I don't wear this unless there are cameras around".
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The star's act of kindness later came to light on social media, when photos and video emerged. "But this kindness must be acknowledged!" "Who's next?" says the generous celeb as she moves with credit card in hand over to another register.
Dancer Maddie Ziegler (L) and singer/songwriter Sia attended the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in 2015.
Tweeted one skeptic, "When done without recognition it's attractive thing, with national news recognition it's called publicity....who even cares".
"Y'all the Ehlers Danlos Society got an anonymous donation of one million dollars!", the tweet read.
Julius is an LA Entertainment Reporter for Fox News.