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The track comes as a preview of the former 'American Idol' winner's new album 'Piece by Piece' that's coming out on March 3 via RCA Records.
The Australian singer/songwriter also reveals that she originally released her successful 2014 album '1000 Forms of Fears' to get out of her publishing deal.
The collaboration, produced by Cashmere Cat and Sinjin Hawke, is the first track on the rapper's upcoming yet-to-be-titled album.
The loving note read by the 'Nymphomaniac' actor to introduce Sia's 'Chandelier' performance is actually a love letter from the singer's husband.
The Australian singer was joined onstage by Kristen Wiig and Maddie Ziegler as back-up dancers who danced across a messy apartment backdrop.
The Australian singer is joined by frequent collaborator Maddie Ziegler and a group of young girls in her signature blonde wigs while she sings in a giant white box during the performance.
The slow-tempo ballad follows The Weeknd's 'Earned It' and Ellie Goulding's 'Love Me Like You Do' from the soundtrack set to hit the stores on February 10.
Sia Furler is partially hidden from the camera as she plays 'Elastic Heart' and 'Chandelier' during the Kevin Hart-hosted episode of 'Saturday Night Live'.
The Australian singer who also co-directed the visuals with Daniel Askill says sorry to whoever feeling 'triggered' by the video starring Maddie Ziegler and Shia LaBeouf.
Ziegler, who dons a blonde wig and a leotard similar to ones she wore in Sia's 'Chandelier' clip, and LaBeouf try to attack each other as they're trapped inside a giant cage.
The man named Chuck Jose a.k.a. CJ also attempts to do the split as he recreates the choreography originally done by young dancer Maddie Ziegler.
Other winners at the awards event held at the Star Event Centre in Sydney, Australia include Iggy Azalea, Keith Urban, One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer.
The Syndrome-directed clip centers on a boxer who overcomes numerous obstacles in his life.
The Syndrome-directed video, which centers on a boxer who prepares himself for a big match, will debut in full on November 24.
The Australian singer changes some lyrics and adds a modern pop vibe to the original song that appeared in the 1977 'Annie' musical.