Entertainment Sia will stop collaboration with Maddie Ziegler if fame becomes too much

00:49  08 december  2017
00:49  08 december  2017 Source:   Cover Media

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Sia will stop working with 15-year-old Maddie Ziegler if the spotlight becomes too much for the dancer. Maddie found fame at the age of eight Their collaboration has continued ever since, with Maddie starring in other Sia videos and fronting her live performances while the singer stands to the

For those too lazy to go a quick Google search, Sia was actually pulling off fame without a face. In interviews, she has confirmed that she is unlikely friendship and will undoubtedly continue to flourish, but we’re not gonna lie: we’d totally kill for more collaborations between Sia and Maddie Ziegler .

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Sia will stop working with 15-year-old Maddie Ziegler if the spotlight becomes too much for the dancer.

Maddie found fame at the age of eight with 2011 reality show Dance Moms, but she became more prominent after starring in Sia's 2014 music video for Chandelier. Their collaboration has continued ever since, with Maddie starring in other Sia videos and fronting her live performances while the singer stands to the side partially hidden underneath an oversized wig.

On Wednesday (06 Dec), The Guardian newspaper published a story which questioned whether it was a good idea for Sia to thrust a teenager into the spotlight when she has shunned it herself.

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Although most fans would barely recognize Sia if they saw her in public thanks to her trademark oversized wig, the star’s mentee, Maddie Ziegler , is opening up about the woman behind the bangs.

As the public face of the reclusive Australian singer-songwriter Sia , little Maddie Ziegler has become one of the most famous pre-teens on the planet. The 39-year-old singer Sia Furler, who chooses to hide her face behind masks and wigs, has said that she finds fame “horrible” and that she wants “to

Sia shared the article, which was titled 'The Sia conundrum: if fame is so damaging, why pass it on to a child?', on Twitter and admitted she had asked herself that question and always makes sure Maddie is coping with the level of exposure she has.

"I do check in with Maddie weekly about whether she wants this, and assure her if she ever wants it to stop it stops," Sia tweeted. "It's a conversation we should all be having.

"Maddie was already famous when I discovered her, but I have certainly expanded her exposure and feel responsible for that. I feel very protective of her and my goal is to empower her in whatever choices she makes."

The 41-year-old further insisted she always tries to "choose the best" for Maddie and thinks it's an important conversation directors, agents and stage parents should be having about child stars.

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Maddie Ziegler went from reality TV dancer, to a Hollywood star overnight. She's just 14 years old but already has her career all laid out for her. She's now a teenager and has grown into a lovely young woman with so much potential.

Maddie Ziegler Education: MADDIE ATTENDED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN MURRYSVILLE BUT AT THE AGE OF 10 But what made her a real celebrity was her collaboration with famous Sia . Maddie uses her fame for good and she is among the most generous and charitable teen celebrities.

"What I learned from Maddie is that fame affects her differently than how it affected me. I can only trust that she is telling me the truth. If that changes, we stop," she concluded.

This tiny bit of the brain helps you stop doing things .
Figuring out how it works gives us clues into addictive behavior. Pinning down the way the brain handles inhibition has implications for ADHD and addiction.Neuroscientists know a lot about what happens in the brain when someone decides to do something, like reach for a cookie on the office snack table. What they’re less certain about, though, is what happens when someone starts to do something, and then quickly decides to stop—like starting to reach for a cookie, seeing that there’s a spider sitting on it, and pulling your hand away.

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