The black & white clip, directed by Lior Molcho, parodies those variety shows with awkward dancing contests you've seen on retrospective '60s documentaries (visually, think Nirvana's great In Bloom). And, then, a new type of dance breaks out with some energetic faceless folks in Sia wigs.
Cheap Thrills, originally written for Rihanna and featuring a new verse from reggae artist Sean Paul, follows the release of the official video for Alive, also lifted from This is Acting.
Sia's seventh studio album this week opened at No. 1 in Australia and No. 3 in the U.K.
Watch Sia's Cheap Thrills Lyric Video ft. Sean Paul Here