The Australian singer is famous for hiding behind wigs when she performs, but she opted for a black and white accessory that framed her face as she taught young viewers about the letter 'S' during a taped appearance on Sesame Street.

The fun-loving Chandelier hitmaker also wore a red nose and a giant bow on top of her head for the show, singing, "S is for songs and I love songs/Don't know what we'd do without 'em," backed by the show's beloved puppets.