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Eurovision 2016

17 November 2015 - 12:45 PM

Perfect way to launch Delta in Europe in 2016 coinciding with album release, I'm so friggin excited if they do choose Delta to compete for Australia.

There is no other artist who would be more suitable, shes ready for it and she already has a working relationship with them after her song My Girls was chosen for the Junior contest.

If this indeed goes ahead, she cant do The Voice and as Guy did she will be in high demand to do a ton of shows which is super exciting.

YES YES YES - stars will align if they just pick delta already :P

They will reveal who it is in the new year - the show is in May

The Voice 2016?

12 November 2015 - 09:27 PM

What do we all think?

ARIA Awards

23 September 2015 - 11:16 AM

Just announced for Thursday November 26


Shes in Sydney for Cats then, and she actually has a show for Cats that night.


I hope she does both.


She can do the red carpet and a pre-recorded performance.




Delta interested in acting again

28 June 2015 - 12:28 PM

Delta: The Voice's alpha is back

She spurred on the hipster glasses trend and introduced a new generation of Australians to the jumpsuit, now Delta Goodrem is hoping for more fashion trends to gain momentum from the new season of The Voice.

The former Neighbours star turned singer, who has returned to reclaim her swivelling judge's seat from that other former Ramsay Street resident, is more pumped up than her hydraulic chair for the new look team of hosts, including British singer Jessie J and Sonia Kruger.

While Jessie J has hijacked her one-piece look for the blind auditions, which air on Nine from Sunday night, Goodrem will be channelling Katharine Hepburn.

"It's going to turn into a battle of the outfits, we all want to dress up to impress the other girls. I'm in a suit for the blinds [blind auditions]. I'm all about being comfy as we're sitting for so long during filming but when we all go back to the green room we don't just talking about the singing over cups of tea, but also about some of the great styles we saw, like 'Oh, did you see those shoes?'"

It's set to be a big end to the year for LA-based Goodrem who is in the process of finishing her new album and may have a crack at the small screen again during LA's pilot season.

"After doing the Neighbours special I realised that acting is in my blood, I've got a great team over here so watch this space."


Girl power doubles up in the new season of The Voice

28 June 2015 - 08:17 AM

DELTA Goodrem has found a new soul sister in Jessie J


The two women bring a greater gender balance to the new coaching panel of Nine's Logie-winning reality singing show The Voice.

Goodrem returns after taking a year off to work on The Voice Kids, while it's Jessie J's Australian TV debut.

The British singer is no stranger to the red chair though, having worked as a coach on the first two seasons of The Voice UK.

"She's on fire around the world right now. It's an amazing thing for us to have her on the show," Goodrem tells APN.

"I get to have all my really girly moments with her. Backstage we're like 'Is this okay? Does this work?'"

Latin pop star Ricky Martin and Joel Madden return, with Joel's twin brother Benji joining him in the special chair created for them on The Voice Kids last year.

"We're a very spirited panel," Goodrem says.

"We've all got a lot of passion and we all come from different places in our approaches, which make it fun.

"We've all come from a place of doing this show for a while now, so we're all just letting fly. We have fun; we banter and go for it. We go hard (for singers), we get passionate, then laugh and cry. We go through a whole gamut of emotions and then we have a glass of wine together."

The show is known for the "blind" format of its audition round, when the coaches each pick

12 singers to compete in the battle rounds, from which only eight singers per team will advance.

"It's a very versatile group of talent," Goodrem says.

"Joel and I were saying the other day, we just can't put our finger on it. The show is just different this year."

The coaches also have a new "fast pass" option to advance their two strongest singers straight through to the live shows.

"The fast pass is good for numerous reasons, like when you really believe in someone and want to show them they've got what it takes," she says.

The show will then feature a new publicly voted super battles round where the singers who survived the battles but did not receive a fast pass will get one more chance to advance to the live shows in three-way sing-offs.

The overall winner will receive a recording contract with Universal Music Australia, $100,000 and a new car.

For the first time in the show's four seasons, not every coach will be guaranteed a singer in the grand final.

"I love my group; I have a pretty incredible team," Goodrem says.

"I will keep fighting for them until I have nothing left to give. But I also expect a lot from my team. There's no sugar coating anything. I tell them 'there's a lot for you to be able to take from this. Use it as a platform'."

Sonia Kruger joins Darren McMullen as the new Voice co-host

The Voice Australia returns tonight at 7pm and also airs Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel 9/WIN.