Sia Tries to Give Donald Trump a 'Taste of Life as a Queer Immigrant' on 'SNL' Set

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Sia performs onstage at the Humane Society of The United States 60th Anniversary Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 29, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. 

Sia joins Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live this weekend and while many have voiced frustration about the presidential hopeful's hosting gig, the singer seems to be taking another approach. 

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The Aussie (anti) pop star posted an image to Twitter on Friday (Nov. 6) showing her messing around on the SNL set with Trump and cast member Kate McKinnon. In the photo Sia's wearing her black and blond "Alive" face-shrouding wig, with Trump donning a similar headpiece. 

"Trying to give @realDonaldTrump a taste of life as a queer immigrant. Not sure it's working..?" she captioned the photo. 

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Sia teased more to come tomorrow, but for some of her fans that's not a good thing. A number of the musician's followers responded posting messages of disbelief that she would even pose in a photo with Trump, calling the Republican's views racist and anti-gay. 

McKinnon is also SNL's first openly gay female cast member. 

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