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Sony Pictures AnimationMariah Carey has received a Golden Globe nomination in the category of Best Original Song from a Motion Picture.

Mariah is nominated for "The Star," a ballad which she co-wrote with Marc Shaiman.  It's from the animated Christmas movie of the same name. 

Surprisingly, a Golden Globe is one of the few awards Mariah hasn't won in her storied career.  In 1999, her duet with Whitney Houston, "When You Believe," from the movie Prince of Egypt, was nominated, but she didn't write it, so she didn't receive a nomination.

Her competition in the category includes pop star Nick Jonas, who's nominated for "Home," a song he co-wrote for the upcoming animated movie Ferdinand.   Also in the category is "Mighty River," a song from the movie Mudbound, written by Mary J. Blige, Raphael Saadiq and Taura Stinson, as well as Coco's "Remember Me," written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the team who brought you Frozen. 

The final nominees in the category are the Oscar-winning duo of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul for "This Is Me," from the movie The Greatest Showman.  They also wrote the lyrics for all of the songs in La La Land.

The 75th Golden Globes will air Sunday, January 7, 2018 on NBC, with Seth Meyers as host.

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Elias TahanChristmas is fast approaching, but the guys of 98 Degrees have been in the holiday spirit for half the year. They recorded their second Christmas album, Let It Snow, in the summer and kicked off their holiday tour last month.

While most people might need a Christmas detox after all that, they guys say they’ve embraced the non-stop Christmas cheer.

“Our single, ‘Season of Love,’ is actually about taking the Christmas spirit year round, like the spirit of generosity and love,” Drew Lachey tells ABC Radio. “So, you know, we just got a jump-start. Yeah, we're living it. Every day.”

The group first became part of fans’ holiday traditions with their first Christmas album, This Christmas, back in 1999.

“To be able to be part of people's traditions and their memories going forth for the rest of their lives, that's a big honor,” Drew says. “...That was a big reason why we decided we were gonna do another Christmas album.”

And an added bonus of doing a second Christmas album? A chance to shoot a better cover. The guys all have their complaints about that original cover -- from Nick Lachey’s out-of-place smoldering look to the sickly tint to their skin.

“If you look at that picture, there are so many things wrong with that picture,” Nick laughs. “You know, the brooding look is one, the color of our skin is another, the wardrobe is a third. There's a lot of things that we could point out on that cover.”

98 Degrees will wrap up their holiday tour on December 23 and head home for the holidays.

“Just getting home to be with [family] for the holidays is a gift for us and hopefully for them as well,” Jeff Timmons says. 

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Greg WilliamsReleasing a surprise duet with Beyonce -- which has just topped the charts in the U.K. -- sure seemed like a pretty good way for Ed Sheeran to end 2017, but it turns out that he's not done yet.

Speaking with BBC Radio 1 about the #1 success of "Perfect," Ed said, "I do have one more trick up my sleeve. It's not like a 'Beyonce' trick but it's quite a cool trick...that's gonna come out quite soon."

When the deejay noted that nobody was expecting the duet with Beyonce, Ed said, "This next one no one's expecting either. It's more for, like, my dad's generation, I think.  It'll be out in a week. You'll see then."

What could he be referring to?  Well, in the interview, Ed also said that he'd like to have the "Christmas #1": the song that'll be on top of the charts at Christmas.  In the U.K., this is considered a huge honor.  So perhaps Ed is releasing a Christmas song so people will buy it in droves.

On the other hand, Ed's tease that this "trick" is "more for my dad's generation" may be a hint that he's recorded a collaboration with an older artist who he admires or is friendly with, like Elton John, Paul McCartney or Van Morrison.

Of course, the "trick" could be both: a Christmas song which is also a duet with an older artist.  We'll just have to wait and see.

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Interscope RecordsIf you weren't a guest at Phillip Phillips' wedding back in 2015, his new single will make you feel like you were there.

The song is called "Dance With Me," and Phillip it wrote for his wedding to his now-wife, Hannah Blackwell.  It was performed at the wedding by Phillip's friend and co-writer, Tim Bruns, while the couple danced their first dance. 

The song is featured on Phillip's upcoming album Collateral, due January 19.  If you pre-order the album now, you'll get instant downloads of "Dance With Me" and two previously released tracks, "Miles" and "Magnetic."

Collateral is the American Idol champ's third album, and the follow-up to 2014's Behind the Light.

Phillip will take his new music on the road starting in February, with a tour kicking off February 9 in Cherokee, North Carolina.  New dates were just announced for cities including Nashville, Dallas, Detroit and Minneapolis.  Visit for ticket info.

Here are all of Phillip's current tour dates:

2/9 -- Cherokee, NC, Harrah's Cherokee - Event Center    
2/10 -- Charlotte, NC The Neighborhood Theatre    
2/11 -- Norfolk, VA Norva Theater
2/13 -- Philadelphia, PA, Union Transfer
2/14 -- Cambridge, MA, The Sinclair
2/15 -- Cambridge, MA, The Sinclair
2/17 -- Silver Spring, MD, The Fillmore
2/18 -- New York, NY, Irving Plaza
2/20 -- Carrboro, NC, Cat's Cradle
2/22 -- Athens, GA, Georgia Theatre
2/23 -- Atlanta, GA, Variety Playhouse
2/24 -- Macon, GA, Cox Capitol Theatre
2/25 -- Nashville, TN, 3rd and Lindsley
2/27 -- Charleston, SC, Music Farm
2/28 -- St. Petersburg, FL, Palladium Theatre
3/2 -- Jacksonville, FL, Florida Theatre
3/3 -- Ft. Lauderdale, Revolution Live
3/7 -- Kansas City, MO, The Truman
3/9 -- Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre
3/10 -- Ft. Collins, CO, The Lincoln
3/13 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot
3/14 -- Boise, ID, Knitting Factory
3/16 -- Seattle, WA, Neptune Theatre
3/17 -- Vancouver, BC, Vogue Theatre
3/18 -- Portland, OR,  Wonder Ballroom
3/20 -- San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore
3/21 -- Las Angeles, CA, The Fonda Theatre
3/22 -- Solana Beach, CA, Belly Up Tavern
3/23 -- Solana Beach, CA, Belly Up Tavern
3/28 -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues
3/30 -- Biloxi, MS, Hard Rock Live Biloxi
3/31 -- El Dorado, AR, Griffin Music Hall
4/2 -- Des Moines, IA, Wooly’s
4/3 -- Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue
4/5 -- Milwaukee, WI, Turner Hall Ballroom
4/6 -- Chicago, IL, House of Blues
4/7 -- Detroit, MI, Majestic Theatre
4/8 -- Toronto, ON, The Opera House
4/10 -- Cleveland, OH, Beachland Ballroom
4/11 -- Louisville, KY, Headliners
4/13 -- Robinsonville, MS, Horseshoe Bluesville Casino
4/14 -- Chattanooga, TN, Walker Theatre - Memorial Auditorium

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Denise TruscelloJennifer Lopez is getting ready to wrap up her Las Vegas residency show, All I Have.

She's announced the final series of shows at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, which are set to kick of June 13 of next year. She’ll perform 17 new dates, concluding on September 29. Tickets will go on sale Monday, December 10 at 10 a.m. PT.

“Performing All I Have in Vegas over the last few years has been an incredible and rewarding experience that I won’t soon forget,” J-Lo says in a statement. “Some of the best memories on stage from my career will forever be equated with this city. Thank you to all my fans who traveled far and wide to experience the show with me.”

Jennifer still has previously announced shows lined up for February, March, April, May and the beginning of June.

Here are the final new dates:

June 2018: 13, 15, 16
September 2018: 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 12, 14, 15, 19, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29

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Image Group LA/ABCIf Meghan Trainor is looking happier and healthier these days, it’s probably thanks to her boyfriend, Daryl Sabara.

The singer tells Entertainment Tonight that Daryl has completely overhauled her exercising and eating habits.

“He's changed my entire life. He cooks for me and taught me how to cook,” she says. “He taught me how you can feel better if you eat healthier and exercise, even mentally.

Meghan adds, “After my second [vocal] surgery, I went into this dark place and he was like, ‘You want to work out?’ and I was like, ‘No, but OK.’ But now I love it. I’m obsessed with it, and I’ve never felt better.”

As for what she does to get in shape, Meghan says she uses the Focus T25 with Shaun T workouts.

“It’s amazing. I bought the DVDs. I’m obsessed with it,” she says.

Beginning January 4, Meghan will be judging Fox’s new singing competition series, The Four: Battle for Stardom.

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Cincinnati Police DepartmentA suspect surrendered to police Thursday night in the shooting that severely injured an employee of Nick and Drew Lachey’s Cincinnati bar, police said.

The Cincinnati police confirmed on their Twitter page that 36-year-old Lavoris Hightower was in custody for the shooting of 27-year-old Ellie Richardson that occurred on Thanksgiving morning after she left her shift at Lachey’s Bar.

Friday, Hightower was arraigned on charges including attempted murder and felonious assault. His bond was set at $1 million. If convicted of all charges, he faces more than 25 years in person. His attorney told police Hightower “didn’t do it.”

Richardson, who was shot in the face, was released from the hospital Thursday. A message from Richardson was shared to her YouCaring page

“Words can't begin to describe how grateful I am for all of you!” she writes. “I truly believe that all of the positivity has helped me recover as quickly as I have. I still have a long road ahead of me, and one more surgery to go, but things have been moving along at a miraculous rate.”  

98 Degrees is hosting a Dec. 15 benefit concert for Richardson at the Aronoff Center in Cincinnati.

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UMeOn Seal's new album Standards, he sings several tunes made famous by Frank Sinatra, and several classic Christmas songs, like "Let It Snow."  Now, he's combined those two things for unique standalone holiday single.

Seal was invited by the estate of Frank Sinatra to duet with the late legend on the song "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town."  To create the duet, Seal added his vocals and harmonies to the multi-track recording of Ol' Blue Eyes' original version.

"Talk about one of the hardest things I've ever done!" Seal tells ABC Radio about the experience. "Because I was harmonizing with him on certain sections of the song, I had to learn his phrasing and...good luck with that!"

In a statement, Sinatra's daughter Nancy said of the new recording, "Dad’s Christmas recordings are as significant to his vast musical legacy as his signature saloon songs. The new Sinatra and Seal duet of ‘Santa Claus Is Coming to Town’ is a joyous hoot and ‘sings’ to the spirit of the season.”

A video for the song will premiere next week.  December 12 would have been Frank's 102nd birthday.

Seal's album, Standards -- featuring his interpretation of classics from the Great American Songbook -- is out now.

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John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCFor all the haters who didn’t think Blake Shelton deserved People’s Sexiest Man Alive title, Gwen Stefani is here to defend why he did.

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday, Gwen confirmed she was the one who convinced her country singer beau to accept the magazine’s honor.

"I feel totally responsible because he's so not that person," she said. "He doesn't even like to do a photo shoot. You can never convince him to do it."

But Gwen did manage to convince him, and that’s when she says “chaos” and “craziness” ensued. People took to social media to criticize the magazine’s decision, but Gwen says Blake’s “sexy” factor is more than just skin deep.

"If you think about it, what defines sexy?” she says. “It really is so personal, you know what I mean? For me, it's just that big ol' heart and that sense of humor. He doesn't even take himself seriously, and he's just such an incredible person. And that's sexy to me."

Gwen and Blake currently have a duet together, “You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” the title track on Gwen’s holiday album. They’ll be performing it on Gwen’s NBC Christmas special, airing December 12.

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Frank OckenfelsJohn Mayer and his side band, Dead & Company, have now rescheduled the concert dates they were forced to postpone due to John's emergency appendectomy earlier this week.

The shows have now been set for February 24thin New Orleans, February 26th in Ft. Lauderdale, and February 27th in Orlando. Tickets for the original shows will be honored at the new ones but if you need a refund, you can get one at the point of purchase.

Meanwhile, John seems to be enjoying his pain medication -- maybe a little too much.  Yesterday, he tweeted, "I’m a warm, pilled-out froggy, whizzing my golf cart around the internet, doffing my wool cap to everyone I pass. beep beep hellllloo electric guitars let me get a look at you."

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Jeff Neira, Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and TV DistributionThe last time Madonna appeared on Live with Kelly was 2007, but Friday morning, the Queen of Pop made up for lost time, dropping by to give Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest an update on her life.

Dressed in a pink dress with colorful appliques, Madonna talked about her recent move to Lisbon, Portugal.  Why'd she move? 

"Soccer. I am an official soccer mom," Madonna declared. "I'm a soccer mom that moved to Lisbon. I'm a fat soccer mom."  Of course, Kelly and Ryan quickly reassured the star that she looks "amazing."

Madonna did move to Portugal so her son David could join a soccer team, but according to the star, sports isn't the only thing that interests her kids.

"My oldest daughter dances, my son Rocco paints," the proud mom of six said. "David is a soccer player but says his fallback career is being a singer/songwriter."  And Madonna says her daughter Mercy "announced to me the other day that she wants to be a designer of sportswear, loungewear...basically the next Kanye!" 

Madonna added that she's made a point of exposing her children to culture, bragging, "My kids can look at a painting and say, 'That's a Jackson Pollock, that's a Basquiat, that's an Andy Warhol,' and I am so proud of them." 

To which Kelly replied, "My kids can do that with your album covers!"

But Madonna's not perfect: she admitted that she didn't realize how much friction six kids -- including four-year-old twins -- would add to her household.

"Six kids is a lot," she said. "And there's always the jealousy factor, so then there's torturing each other, and endless fighting!"

Madonna also played Pictionary on the show, teaming with Anderson Cooper to challenge Kelly and Ryan. Of course, Madonna's team won. She's Madonna.

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Tim Mosenfelder/Getty ImagesOn The Late Late Show Thursday night, host James Corden shared a video shot backstage as The Forum in Los Angeles, when James Corden stopped by to give Nick Spampanato, the building's general manager, a break.

James took ovr for a while and proceeded to check in on Ed Sheeran and Demi Lovato and talk with Niall Horan about his tour rider. Finally, Taylor Swift lets James replace a backup dancer at the last second.

The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights at 1:30 a.m. on CBS.

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Mert & MarcusFormer radio DJ David Mueller says he instructed his attorney to send Taylor Swift the $1 settlement he owed her after being found guilty of groping the singer.

Mueller provided ABC News a letter showing payment was sent to Taylor on November 28. In an email the onetime DJ says was sent to him from his law firm, a legal assistant tells Mueller the letter was sent “with a nice, shiny, new $1 coin!”

The former DJ said he sent a $1 Sacagawea coin, featuring the Native American woman famous for assisting the Lewis and Clark expedition, to "raise awareness" about the plight of murdered and missing native women.

"I thought it would get people to think about Native American women because I had read and researched that there was a huge problem with Native American women disappearing and dying mysteriously in unsolved murders in North America," Mueller told ABC News.

Taylor was among the "silence breakers" -- the women behind this year's #MeToo movement against sexual harassment -- chosen as TIME magazine's 2017 person of the year.

In August, a Denver jury found that Mueller grabbed the singer's backside at a 2013 meet-and-greet and awarded Swift the $1 she filed for in the civil court case.

Taylor told TIME that she had not yet received payment from the former DJ, who initially sued her, saying he had been falsely accused and lost his job because of Swift.

"To this day he has not paid me that dollar, and I think that act of defiance is symbolic in itself," Swift said.

ABC News reached out to the singer's rep to find out if she had received the $1 that Mueller said he sent, but did not receive an immediate response.

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Columbia RecordsJames Arthur's co-star in his new video "Naked" is Cressida Bonas, an actress who Prince Harry dated before he hooked up with his fiancee, Meghan Markle.  James says he didn't know Cressida's romantic history until after they shot the video, but coincidentally, he does knows Prince Harry.

"I was oblivious to all that stuff," James tells ABC Radio. "Cressida is just a phenomenal actress in her own right, and she auditioned and she smashed it. And then I was informed later on that she was Harry's ex-girlfriend."

"I mean, I've met Harry," James adds. "I've spoken to him in-depth about mental health issues and stuff, and he's an absolute soldier...I really respect him.  So I don't think there's any issues there with me and Hazza. I think we're good!"

In fact, James says he'd sing at Harry and Meghan's wedding next year, if asked. "Yeah, without a doubt!" he says. "I reckon the fee would be pretty handsome as well!"

The singer admits he's surprised at how obsessed Americans are with the British royal family and royal weddings, though.  "I am a bit taken aback by that...I didn't realize quite the extent of it," he laughs.

As for the "Naked" video itself, it's set in the late '50s/early '60s, because James says right now, he's having a love affair with the styles of the past. 

"I just find those kind of visuals more aesthetically pleasing than the modern stuff at the moment," he explains. "I didn't wanna have any modern technology, mobile phones or anything, in this video. I wanted to make it classic, 'cause I feel like the song is quite classic sounding."

While "Naked" is a one-off single, the "Say You Won't Let Go" singer promises to release a new album in 2018.

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Kai Z. FengWhat a year it's been for Bruno Mars.  He was named Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards, he received six Grammy nominations, and now ticketing site StubHub has named him the year's top touring act.

According to StubHub, Bruno was the number one-selling music artist on the site in 2017, thanks to ticket demand for his 24K Magic World Tour.  He'll wrap up the 2017 leg of the tour with two New Year's shows in Las Vegas on December 30 and 31. 

Bruno's tour starts back up again at the end of January with four shows in Mexico, followed by four shows in Vegas.  Then it's off to New Zealand and Australia, Asia and Europe.

The second biggest tour of the year was U2's Joshua Tree tour, and the legendary Irish group also was responsible for seven out of StubHub's top-10 selling concerts of the year, due to the fact that they played stadiums.

Other top tours of the year included treks by Ed Sheeran, Billy Joel, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Lady Gaga.  And speaking of Gaga, she headlined Coachella this past year, and that festival was StubHub's top-selling festival for the third year in a row.

For 2018, StubHub predicts that the most in-demand acts on tour will be Taylor Swift, U2, Maroon 5, Eminem and Foo Fighters.  We'll get a sense of how in-demand Taylor's Reputation tour will be when tickets go on sale next week.

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Josh LehrerAs previously reported, next month, Sara Bareilles will be returning to the starring role in Waitress, the Broadway musical she composed -- she'll be joining her longtime pal Jason Mraz in the cast.  If you can't wait to see them together, a preview is now available.

To give us all a taste of their on-stage dynamic, the two filmed the number "It Only Takes a Taste" on a bench in Central Park in New York City, accompanied by stringed instruments.

In the song, Jason’s Dr. Pomatter is complimenting Sara’s Jenna on her baking skills, and maybe flirting a bit in the process.  In the musical, the two characters then embark on an affair.

Sara will join Jason on stage at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre beginning January 16. Jason will wrap his run on January 28.

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ASPCASia has a song on her new Christmas album called “Puppies Are Forever,” so it’s only fitting that she would use the song to help puppies find their forever homes.

The singer has teamed up with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and lends her voice to a new PSA that encourages people to adopt dogs this holiday season. She also reminds viewers that caring for a dog is a lifelong commitment.

“Puppies are forever. Not just for Christmas,” Sia says. “This holiday season, if you're considering bringing a new puppy into your home, remember that the puppy under your tree will grow into a dog and need your love and care forever. And don't forget about senior dogs, too. They're also looking for forever homes this Christmas.”

The PSA stars Maddie Ziegler, who blows bubbles and plays with a dog named Frank. Sia’s tune “Puppies Are Forever,” from her Everyday Is Christmas album, plays in the background.

The ASPCA and Sia will also be hosting a puppy cam live stream on Wednesday, December 13 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The video can be viewed on Sia's YouTube channel.

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Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesIn 2017, we enjoyed watching Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift make various TV appearances, and then we enjoyed them even more as GIFs.

GIPHY, the GIF-sharing website, has released its list of the top 25 GIFs of 2017, and both Gaga and Taylor made the list.  Taylor's arrives in at #19 with a GIF of the singer roundhouse-kicking Andy Samberg through a wall, which received 110 million views. The GIF was from Taylor's commercial for her Taylor Swift NOW channel.

The #24 GIF was Lady Gaga appearing to jump from the roof of the stadium on her way down to the stage in Houston for her Super Bowl halftime show in February. That received 47 million views.

Also of note, the #3 GIF of the year was an image of a pug waving, taken from DNCE's video for "Kissing Strangers."  It received 215 million views.

The #1 GIF of the year was "Love Gnome," a stop-motion animation of a knitted gnome knitting a heart, which then floats away. That one was viewed 340 million times.

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ABC/Randy HolmesWhile performing in Hamburg, Germany Monday, the day after his mother passed away, Elton John took time to pay tribute to her.

"Yesterday was a sad and hard day for me because my mother passed away," he told the audience.  "I'm glad to say she passed away peacefully, with no pain. But maybe sooner than she should have done, so I was quite shocked. And I was thinking how I could pay tribute to her tonight, and what song I should choose."

Elton continued, "Well, this next song I wrote at her...apartment. I can remember every single minute of writing this song with Bernie [Taupin].  So this is the song I want to ­dedicate to her. And it's taken me from nowhere to somewhere. So thank you, mum."

Elton then launched into his first hit, "Your Song."

Elton's mother, Sheila Farebrother, died at age 92.  She was a huge supporter of son's career, and though they once had a falling out that lasted several years, they reconciled following her 90th birthday.  Elton had just seen her the week before she passed away.

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ABC/ Paula LoboNot even Sia’s enormous wigs could hide her from criticism this week.

First, she faced backlash for collaborating with MAC on a charity lipstick, because the cosmetics brand sells its products in China, where animal testing is legal. Now, Sia is being criticized for putting young dancer Maddie Ziegler in the spotlight, after being outspoken about the damaging effects of fame.

In an article for The Guardian, writer Bonnie Malkin questions the double standard while reviewing Sia’s concert.

"Up on the stage in Sydney on Saturday, with [Sia] concealed and Maddie in the spotlight, it seemed that the superstar was deploying a child in a way that she herself refuses to be," Malkin writes.

Sia responded in a series of tweets, defending her relationship with 15-year-old Maddie.

"This article poses a question I have asked myself often," she writes. "I do check in with Maddie weekly about whether she wants this, and assure her if she ever wants it to stop it stops.”

She adds, “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.”

Sia continues, "Some would argue a teenager can't or shouldn't be charged with making sound choices for themselves and so I do try to choose the best for her always. But I think this is an important conversation. 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."

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