Watch Sia's Music Video for 'Rainbow' Starring Maddie Ziegler


Watch Sia's Music Video for 'Rainbow' Starring Maddie Ziegler


The clip features some scenes from 'My Little Pony' and sees Maddie dancing around a flooded stage while rain pours down on her.
Sia Furler's collaborations with her dancing muse Maddie Ziegler continue to expand with a music video for "Rainbow", a soundtrack for "My Little Pony: The Movie". Channeling Sia, Maddie sports the Australian songstress' black-and-white bob in the clip. The 14-year-old dancer/actress gracefully shows off contemporary, interpretive dance moves on a water-covered stage.

Her performance culminates with her floating above the stage as rain falls and a rainbow appears. The visuals also features some scenes from "My Little Pony", where Sia lends her voice as a character named Songbird Serenade. "I can see a rainbow/ In the tears as it fallin' down," Sia rhymes. "I can see it so grow/ To the pain as it aim the ground/ I can see a rainbow/ In the tears as the sun comes out."



Additional tracks on "My Little Pony: The Movie" soundtrack feature DNCE, Rachel Platten and more. As for the voice actors, they include Taye Diggs, Zoe Saldana, Kristin Chenoweth and Emily Blunt. The movie is set to arrive on October 6, while the soundtrack will be released on September 22.

"Rainbow" is now a part of Sia's growing list of contributions on movie soundtrack. She was previously featured on the soundtracks for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", "Fifty Shades of Grey", "Finding Dory" and more.

Sia is still diligently hitting the studio although she's currently working on "Sister (2018)", a movie which marks her directorial debut. She recently assisted Zayn Malik on his new song "Dusk Till Dawn". She previously said, "I think the reason I'm pretty successful is actually because I'm really productive, not necessarily that I'm a great songwriter. I think I'm a good curator, so I know how to choose tracks that feel like they're anthemic, or that seem to have uplifting quality in the chorus."


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