Aria Awards 2020: Sia performs in oversized pink wig and golden bow

Australian hit-maker Sia opted for a pale pink wig and golden bow for her performance of ‘Together’ at the ARIA Awards

On Wednesday night’s ceremony, the fame-shy singer belted out the chart-topping song while sitting on a chair.

The Adelaide-born singer, real name Sia Furler, opted not to show her face for the performance.  

Aria Awards 2020: Sia went quirky cool in an over-sized pink wig and golden bow as she performed her hit song 'Together' for the new look ceremony

Aria Awards 2020: Sia went quirky cool in an over-sized pink wig and golden bow as she performed her hit song 'Together' for the new look ceremony

Aria Awards 2020: Sia went quirky cool in an over-sized pink wig and golden bow as she performed her hit song ‘Together’ for the new look ceremony

The Chandelier hit-maker opted for a multi-coloured, layered dress which featured shades of shredded, ribbon-like fabric.   

Elsewhere, Australia singer Amy Shark opened the show surrounded by a socially-distanced orchestra. 

She performed her hit ballad, Everybody Rise. 

Opening the show: Singer Amy Shark performed in a nude-hued top along with trackpants. The Brisbane native performed alongside an orchestra

Opening the show: Singer Amy Shark performed in a nude-hued top along with trackpants. The Brisbane native performed alongside an orchestra

Opening the show: Singer Amy Shark performed in a nude-hued top along with trackpants. The Brisbane native performed alongside an orchestra 

Amy wore a nude-hued top along with a pair of almost matching track pants as she stormed the stage with the ballad. 

Up-and-coming rapper Sampa the Great, real name Sampa Tembo, performed from Botswana surrounded by dancers. 

The singer wore a vibrant canary yellow top and skirt. She was surrounded by a number of male and female dancers. 

On the rise: Up-and-coming rapper Sampa the Great, real name Sampa Tembo, (pictured) performed from Botswana surrounded by dancers

On the rise: Up-and-coming rapper Sampa the Great, real name Sampa Tembo, (pictured) performed from Botswana surrounded by dancers

On the rise: Up-and-coming rapper Sampa the Great, real name Sampa Tembo, (pictured) performed from Botswana surrounded by dancers

Sydney local act Lime Cordiale, consisting of brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach, were next to storm the stage with their hit ‘Robbery’. 

The brothers donned 70s style beige suits while surrounded by musicians in a  big band style. 

This year, big names Sia, Billie Eilish and Sam Smith will take to the stage.   

2020 ARIA Awards Nominations 

Best Pop Release

Amy Shark – Everybody Rise

Lime Cordiale – 14 Steps To A Better You 

Sia – Together

Tame Impala – Lost In Yesterday

Troye Sivan – In A Dream

Best Dance Release

Alice Ivy – Don’t Sleep

Dom Dolla – San Frandisco

Flume Feat. Vera Blue – Rushing Back

Northeast Party House – Shelf Life

Stace Cadet & KLP – Energy

Best Rock Album

Cold Chisel – Blood Moon

DMA’s – The Glow

Ocean Alley – Lonely Diamond 

Tame Impala – The Slow Rush 

Violent Soho – Everything is A-OK 

Best Video**

Baker Boy – Meditjin Feat. Jessb

Guy Sebastian – Standing With You

Lime Cordiale – Robbery

PNAU Feat. Vlossom – Lucky

Sampa The Great – Tim’es Up (Feat. Krown)

Tame Impala – Is It True

The Chats – The Clap

Tones And I – Ur So F**king Cool

Troye Sivan – Easy

Violent Soho – Pick It Up Again

Best Group

5 Second Of Summer – Calm

DMA’s – The Glow

Lime Cordiale – 14 Steps To A Better You

Tame Impala – The Slow Rush

The Teskey Brothers – Live At The Forum

Best Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Album

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizzard – Chunky Shrapnel

Parkway Drive – Viva The Underdogs

Polaris – The Death Of Me

The Amity Affliction – Everyone Loved You… Once You Leave Them

The Chats – High Risk Behaviour 

Best Jazz Album

Katie Noonan – The Sweetest Taboo

Luke Howard – All That Is Not Solid (Live)

Mike Nock; Hamish Stuart; Julien Wilson; Jonathan Zwartz – This World 

Nat Bartsch – Forever More

Paul Kelly & Paul Grabowsky – Please Leave Your Light On

Best Australian Live Act**

Amy Shark – Amy Shark Regional Tour

Baker Boy – Falls Festival

Cold Chisel – Blood Moon Tour

DMA’s – Unplugged & Intimate | Laneway Festival

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizzard – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 

Paul Kelly – Paul Kelly: Making Gravy 2019

PNAU – All Of Us Australian Tour

Rufus Du Sol – 2019 Summer Festival Tour

Sampa The Great – The Return Australian Tour 2019

The Teskey Brothers – Run Home Slow

Best Hip Hop Release 

Baker Boy – Meditjin Feat. Jessbr Boy 

Briggs – Always Was EP

Illy – Last laugh

Sampa The Great – The Return

The Kid Laroi – F**K Love

Best Independent Release 

Archie Roach – Tell Me Why

DMA’s – The Glow

Lime Cordiale – 14 Steps To A Better You 

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Ghosteen 

Sampa The Great – The Return 

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Archie Roach – Tell Me Why

Donny Benet – Mr Experience

Gordi – Our Two Skins

Josh Pyke – Rome

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Ghosteen

Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album

Chelsea Cullen – I Am Woman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Dan Golding – Untitled Goose Game (Original Soundtrack)  

Grigoryan Brothers – A Boy Called Sailboat 

Matteo Zingales & Antony Partos – Mystery Road (Original Score: Seasons 1-2)

Sally Seltmann & Darren Seltmann – The Letdown (Music from Seasons 1+2) 

Best Classical Album

Alicia Crossley – Muse

David Greco & Erin Helyard – Schubert: Die Schone Mullerin

Jayson Gillham, Adelaide Symphony orchestra, Nicholas Carter – Beethoven Piano Concertos

Richard Tognetti & Erin Helyard – Beethoven & Mozart Violin Sonatas

Slava & Sharon Grigoryan – Our Place: Duets For Cello And Guitar 

Best World Music Album

Grace Barbe – Fanm: Woman

Joseph Tawadros – Live At The Sydney Opera House

Melbourne Ska Orchestra – Live At The Triffid 

The Crooked Fiddle Band – Another Subtle Atom Bomb

Xylouris White – The Sisypheans

Telstra ARIA Music Teacher of the Year**

CJ Shaw – Palmerston District Primary School, ACT

Kathryn McLennan – Virginia State School, QLD

Sarah Donnelley – Wilcannia Central School, NSW 

Thomas Fienberg – Evans High School, NSW 

Best Country Album

Casey Barnes – Town Of A Million Dreams

Fanny Lumsden – Fallow

Jasmine Rae – Lion Side

The McClymonts – Mayhem To Madness

Travis Collins – Wreck Me 

Best Blues & Roots Album

Busby Marou – The Great Divide

Frank Yamma – Tjukurpa: The Story

Lucky Oceans – Purple Sky (Songs Originally By Hank Williams) 

The Teskey Brothers – Live At The Forum

Tracy McNeil & The Goodlife – You Be The Lightning

Best International Artist**

Dua Lipa – Future Nostalgia & Dua Lipa

Eminem – Music To Be Murdered By 

Halsey – Manic

Harry Styles – Fine Line

Juice World – Legends Never Die

Justin Bieber – Changes

Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent

Lizzo – Cuz I Love You 

Taylor Swift – Folklore

The Weeknd – After Hours

Best Children’s Album

Diver City – Welcome To Diver City

Teeny Tiny Stevies – Thoughtful Songs For Little People 

The Vegetable Plot – Season Two

The Wiggles – Choo Choo Trains, Propeller Planes & Toot Toot Chugga Chugga Big Red Car!

Tiptoe Giants – Colour The World

Best Comedy Release 

Anne Edmonds – What’s Wrong With You?

Bev Killick – Crummy Mummy

Celia Pacquola – All Talk

Megan Washington – Just Jesus (Feat. Chris Ryan)

Tom Gleeson – Joy

Best Soul / R&B Release 

Genesis Owusu – Don’t Need You

Kian – Every Hour

Miiesha – Nyaaringu

Tash Sultana – Pretty Lady

Tkay Maidza – Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 2

Break Through Artist 

Alex The Astronaut – The Theory Of Absolutely Nothing

Lime Cordiale – 14 Steps To A Better You

Mallrat – Driving Music

Miiesha – Nyaaringu

The Kid Laroi – F**k Love

Engineer Of The Year

Alice Ivy – Alice Ivy: Don’t Sleep

IAMMXO ( AKA Mohamed Komba) –  Miiesha: Nyaaringu

Eric J Dubowsky – Ruel: Free Time

Kevin Parker – Tame Impala: The Slow Rush

Greg Wales – Violent Soho: Everything Is A-OK 

Producer of the Year

Kevin Shirley -Cold Chisel: Blood Moon

DNA & Louis Schoorl – Jessica Mauboy: Hilda

IAMMXO ( AKA Mohamed Komba) – Miiesha: Nyaaringu 

M-Phazes – Ruel: Free Time 

Kevin Parker – Tame Impala: The Slow Rush 

Best Cover Art

Tim Rodgers – Donny Benet: Mr Experience

Made In Katana – Jessica Mauboy: Hilda

Louis Leimbach – Lime Cordiale: 14 Steps To A Better You

Luke Henery – Violent Soho: Everything Is A-OK

Adam Dal Pozzo, Megan Washington and Michelle Pitiris – Washington: Batflowers

Best Female Artist

Amy Shark – Everybody Rise

Miiesha – Nyaaringu 

Sampa The Great – The Return

Sia – Together

Tones And I – Bad Child / Can’t Be Happy All The Time 

Best Male Artist

Archie Roach – Tell Me Why

Guy Sebastian – Standing With You

Ruel – Free Time

The Kid Laroi – F**k Love

Troye Sivan – In A Dream  

Album of the Year    

DMA’s – The Glow

Jessica Mauboy – Hilda 

Lime Cordiale – 14 Steps To A Better You  

Tame Impala – The Slow Rush

Sampa The Great – The Return

Song of the Year**

5 Seconds Of Summer – Teeth

Flume Feat. Vera Blue – Rushing Back

Hilltop Hoods Feat. Illy & Ecca Vandal – Exit Sign 

Lime Cordiale – Robbery

Mallrat – Charlie

Ruel – Painkiller

Sam Fischer – This City

The Jungle Giants – Heavy Hearted

The Rubens – Live In Life 

Tones And I – Never Seen The Rain 

 ** Public voting available via Google or Aria.com.au

<!—->Advertisement

Link hienalouca.com

(Total views: 3 Time, 1 visits per day)

Leave a Reply