Sia takes off her wig to buy groceries for strangers at Walmart

Sia takes off her wig to buy groceries for strangers at Walmart

Sia, who is a well-known pop singer, chose to surprise Thanksgiving shoppers on Wednesday.

While arriving at the packed retail chain in the California desert, the songstress told shoppers and staff her name was "Ci Ci" and claimed to have won the lottery, thus the reason for her being in such a giving mood. "And she did not once ask for any recognition", wrote another. It turns out that the woman was pop star Sia, who has covered her face with black-and-white wigs in recent years during public appearances and performances.

She tried going "incognito" but some fans recognized her.

"Went to tjmax today & this nice lady made a decision to pay for everyone's stuff because she "won the lottery". facebook just told my mother it was Sia i didn't recognize her. & i blame the fact that she hid under that wig for so long [sic]", one Twitter user wrote.

According to local media, Sia did not reveal her true identity, claiming that she was named Cici. Buckles tweeted. "The heart and lovely soul you have for paying for everyone!"

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While most people at the Walmart didn't know who she was, one person did recognize her. Adri Buckles filmed the moment and shared it on social media.

The fan apologized for spilling the beans once she realized that the mystery shopper was actually a famous singer.

Speaking about her unique look In 2016, Sia told James Corden: "I don't wear this unless there are cameras around".

"I love that she did this not for recognition of showing kindness, but just actually being a kind person. But this kind must be acknowledged!"

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