44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A 'F--king Grandma'

44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A ‘F–king Grandma’

Sia is going by a different name these days to some and it is “grandma”-!

The 44-year-old confirmed in an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music how she is officially a grandmother.

44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A 'F--king Grandma'
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“My youngest son just had two babies…I’m a f–king grandma!” she said. “I know, right?…I’m just immediately horrified…No, I’m cool. They call me ‘Nana.'”

But she had another idea for a nickname. “I’m trying to get them to call me ‘Lovey’ like Kris Kardashian [Jenner]. I’m like, ‘Call me Lovey.'” the star went on to share. 

Back in May, Sia revealed how she adopted two teen boys in 2019 who are now currently 19-years-old.

44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A 'F--king Grandma'
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“They were aging out of the foster care system,” she said in a SiriusXM Hits 1 interview. “I love them,” she revealed.

And when asked how they were handling quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic she shared how “..they are both finding it pretty difficult, one more so than the other,” Sia said at the time.

“But, they’re both doing things that are really good for them right now, that are really helpful. They’re really doing a lot of educational stuff that’s good for them.”

44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A 'F--king Grandma'
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Since the adoption, she shared with iHeartRadioCanada how “..it’s really been really up and down, but mostly up and they’re both doing so much better than when we first got together, so I just feel lucky ’cause I’ve got resources to help with trauma and all that sort of stuff and both of them have suffered a lot of trauma being in the foster care system, 18 different homes each of them throughout their lives…”

“It’s not from the heart, is what they told me—that nobody cared for them from the heart, that it was their job to care for them…It’s been really nice to be able to care from the heart for them.”

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