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    Sia reveals she has sustained a leg injury but says she’s ‘unstoppable’ ahead of hotly-anticipated ARIA Awards performance

    Australian hitmaker Sia has revealed she has sustained a serious leg injury.

    In a post shared to her Instagram on Tuesday, the 44-year-old, who is set to perform in this year’s virtual ARIA Awards next week, shared a picture of herself sporting a bandaged foot while balancing on a knee scooter.

    The Chandelier songstress was determined not to let fans down with her hotly anticipated upcoming performance as she added the caption: ‘I’m unstoppable’. 

    Ouch! Australian hitmaker Sia, who is set to perform in this year’s virtual ARIA Awards next week, has revealed she has sustained a serious leg injury

    Despite her injury, Sia appeared to be in great spirits as she posed for the camera while dressed in an oversized hot pink padded coat and her protective face mask.  

    Sia was announced as part of the official lineup of Australian artists performing in this year’s virtual ARIA Awards just last week.  

    The singer, whose real name is Sia Furler, will perform live from Los Angeles as part of Channel Nine’s COVID-safe broadcast on November 25th. 

    She will likely perform a rendition of her latest hit single Together, which features on the soundtrack for upcoming musical film Music.  

    The show must go on: The Chandelier songstress was determined not to let fans down with her hotly anticipated upcoming performance as she added the caption: 'I'm unstoppable'

    The show must go on: The Chandelier songstress was determined not to let fans down with her hotly anticipated upcoming performance as she added the caption: ‘I’m unstoppable’

    Upcoming: Sia was announced as part of the official lineup of Australian artists performing in this year's virtual ARIA Awards just last week.

    Upcoming: Sia was announced as part of the official lineup of Australian artists performing in this year’s virtual ARIA Awards just last week.

    Together has also been nominated for the ‘Best Pop Release’ ARIA Award this year, going up against the likes of Amy Shark’s hit Everybody Rise, Tame Impala’s Lost In Yesterday, Troye Sivan’s In A Dream and Lime Cordiale’s 14 Steps To A Better You. 

    It has been a decade since the songstress performed at the ARIA Awards, having famously belted out Clap Your Hands at the Sydney Opera House forecourt back in 2010. 

    ARIA CEO Dan Rosen said on Thursday that he is thrilled to welcome the Grammy nominee back to the ARIAs. 

    Virtually the same: The star, whose real name is Sia Furler, will perform live from Los Angeles as part of Channel Nine's COVID-safe broadcast on November 25th

    Virtually the same: The star, whose real name is Sia Furler, will perform live from Los Angeles as part of Channel Nine’s COVID-safe broadcast on November 25th

    ‘She is one of Australia’s greatest ever musical exports and we cannot wait to see the incredible performance she will deliver for this year’s ARIAs,’ he said.   

    For the first time, there will be an official ARIA pre-show streamed on YouTube this year, which will include exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

    The winner of Song of the Year and Best Video, both presented by YouTube Music, will be determined by public vote.

    Throwback: It has been a decade since the songstress performed at the ARIA Awards, having famously belted out Clap Your Hands at the Sydney Opera House forecourt back in 2010 (pictured)

    Throwback: It has been a decade since the songstress performed at the ARIA Awards, having famously belted out Clap Your Hands at the Sydney Opera House forecourt back in 2010 (pictured) 

    Hitmaker: Sia will likely perform a rendition of her latest hit single Together, which features on the soundtrack for upcoming musical film Music

    Hitmaker: Sia will likely perform a rendition of her latest hit single Together, which features on the soundtrack for upcoming musical film Music 

    Australians can vote by searching ‘ARIA vote’ on Google and following the prompts provided on the search result screen.

    Voting allows one vote per day, per category until late November.

    Public voting for Best International Artist, Best Australian Live Act and Telstra ARIA Music Teacher of the Year is also open on ARIA.com.au 

    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

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