Secretive pop star Sia reportedly went register-to-register paying for strangers' items at Walmart and TJ Maxx on the day before Thanksgiving

Áine Cain (feedback@businessinsider.com)

Pop star Sia reportedly surprised a handful of lucky Walmart and TJ Maxx shoppers in Palm Springs, California, on Wednesday.

KESQ reported that a woman who asked to be called "Cici" jumped from register to register, paying shoppers' bills at Walmart and TJ Maxx. These reports from an ABC affiliate covering California's Inland Empire say that the woman claimed to have just won the lottery.

Walmart did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment on Thursday.

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Footage from KESQ shows "Cici" paying shoppers' bills, complimenting babies, and accepting bouquets during her pre-Thanksgiving trip to Walmart. According to KESQ, shoppers also witnessed Sia paying for shoppers down the road at TJ Maxx.

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Singer Sia reportedly prefers to perform with some anonymity, often wearing an oversized bow and black-and-white-wig. The artist revealed that she lives with chronic pain this year, while also announcing that she lives with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

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