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Lena Dunham performs interpretive dance while Sia sings on 'Late Night'

Lena Dunham

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Today in “sentences that once seemed impossible”: Lena Dunham performed an interpretive dance to Sia’s latest hit, “Chandelier,” on Late Night with Seth Meyers Tuesday night.

As fans of Sia – a singer who’s also written songs for Beyonce and Katy Perry, among others – are aware, the musician doesn’t like appearing on camera. “Chandelier” is the first single off her upcoming solo album 1000 Forms Of Fear, Sia’s first since 2010’s We Are Born.

Inspired by the song’s official video, the Late Night performance finds Dunham (wearing a blond wig not unlike the one Hannah Horvath wore last season on Girls) dancing around a bedroom set, smashing things and rocking out. You know, as one does. Important note: For this entire performance, Sia is also lying facedown on a bed.

Check it out below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sj757ishXnQ

Originally posted June 10 2014 — 9:36 AM EDT

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