The New Zealand singer and songwriter is not a fan of the series but she found it "weird and cool" to be officially the subject of two "South Park" episodes, Inquisitr has learned.
She tweeted, "i don't actually watch south park but from what i can tell sia was involved and someone's mum said something really nice about me.. score!"
Written and directed by one of the two creators of the series, Trey Parker mentioned Lorde on "South Park Season 18" episode 3 when reporter Brandon Carlile asked about her performance at a kids' party.
One man from the United States Geological Survey claimed he works with Lorde, who is living a double life as a musician and a fluvial geomorphologist.
Meanwhile, Lorde's new song "Yellow Flicker Beat," which is the lead single from the soundtrack for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 1," was recently released.
After her comments on being mentioned in "South Park," Lorde retweeted a quote from Kim Kardashian's husband Kanye West, which says "not smiling makes me smile."
Also, Parker and his "South Park" co-creator Matt Stone tackled issues on transgender and bathroom rights on the said episode titled "The Cissy" that aired on Oct. 8, Wednesday, while presenting the few transphobic characters in a negative light.
Its selfish sociopath character named Eric Cartman put on a pink bow and disguised as a transgender, which he called "transginger," just to be able to use the girl's bathroom at school because the boy's bathroom is always full
This is almost a decade since formerly closeted grade school teacher Mr. Garrison became Mrs. Garrison.
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