Sia Adopted Her Son After Seeing Him in a Documentary, Calls Motherhood 'Best Thing I've Ever Done'
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Sia knew she had to adopt her son when she first saw him on TV.
In the cover story for Vogue Australia in October, the 44-year-old musician shared her decision to adopt two 18-year-old boys last year and said the idea came about after watching a documentary.
"I'm obsessed with reality TV and documentaries, watched a documentary, and seen my son," she said.
The "Together" singer stated that she had a connection with the teenager immediately after realizing he had no family of his own. "I said," What? Like, he has no one. Oh my God. I'll find him and I'll be his mom. "And that's how I did it," she said.
The star tracked down the boy and adopted him and his friend.
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Sia first confirmed she had taken two sons into her family last year during a May interview with SiriusXM's The Morning Mash Up. She said she adopted the teenagers when they left the foster family because of their age.
"I actually adopted two sons last year. They were both 18 - they're both 19 now," she revealed. "They age out of the care system. Yes, and I love them."
The singer also appeared on Good Morning America in June and gave an overview of their lives together.
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"They both suffered a lot and I was able to get them the help - I have the resources to provide them with the help they needed for their early trauma," Sia said. "It took a year and we had our ups and downs, but we have never been in a better place than today."
"It's a blessing to me," added hitmaker "Chandelier". "I think you saved me so I'm in heaven."
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The singer also showed an interest in becoming foster parents during her interview with Vogue Australia. She called mom being "the best thing I ever did" and that she was ready to do it again.
"It's one of the hardest, but I obviously have such an excess of love that I could definitely see each other again, but not for a while," she said. "The next thing I plan to do is care for actual babies."
Sia said she could see her helping babies who may not have stable homes.
"Maybe [her mother] is a drug addict and then I could help take care of her until her mother can get back on the car or an adoptive home is found," she said. "When I can do that, I think I feel superhuman."
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