Delta Goodrem stuns on the cover of Marie Claire; reveals why she left The Voice Australia
Delta Goodrem stuns on the cover of Marie Claire’s January issue as she reveals the REAL reason she chose to leave The Voice Australia
Delta Goodrem is on the cover of the January issue of Marie Claire Australia.
The 37-year-old singer looked every inch the superstar in a photoshoot by the beach, donning a Prada dress and Tiffany & Co accessories.
Her long blonde locks were styled in shaggy waves as she posed for the stunning photoshoot.
Superb! Delta Goodrem covers the January issue of Marie Claire Australia
The luxury didn’t stop there, with Delta also modeling a green Gucci pantsuit with a black bra underneath.
In another photo, she is wearing a Louis Vuitton pearl-encrusted ball gown.
She called attention to her striking features with a spray of bronzer on her cheekbones and golden eyeshadow.
In the accompanying interview, the Born to Try singer also revealed why she chose to quit her role as judge on The Voice Australia.
Green with envy! Delta modeled a green Gucci pantsuit with a black bra underneath
Luxurious feel: In another photo, she wore a Louis Vuitton pearl-encrusted ball gown
Golden girl: She called attention to her striking features with a spray of bronzer on her cheekbones and golden eyeshadow
‘[The Voice] took up a lot of the year for me, but I loved the show, ”she said.
‘I gave [The Voice] my absolute everything. I gave the artists everything I had. I was there from the very beginning and I was proud to be a presenter of the series. ‘
However, once the series hit its 150th episode and the networks shifted from Nine to Seven, she felt her time was over.
The real reason she left: Once The Voice hit its 150th episode and switched networks from Nine to Seven, Delta felt her time was over.
“In my heart I was like, ‘Thank you for this, now let’s end the season, so it’s time for me to find a new chapter in a creative way,’ she said.
Delta was replaced on The Voice by British singer Rita Ora.
Her Marie Claire cover comes after she recently announced her role as Revlon’s first Australian Beauty Ambassador.
She said earlier this month that she was “incredibly humiliated and excited” to be working with the global makeup company.
Groundbreaking: Her Marie Claire cover comes after she recently announced her role as Revlon’s first Australian beauty ambassador
Beauty Queen: Said earlier this month she was “incredibly humiliated and excited” to be working with the global makeup company
“Revlon is a brand that celebrates and supports women and their #liveboldly message recognizes the beauty and radiance in all of us,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.
“A woman who is fearless herself, who takes risks boldly, lives with purpose and pursues her dreams.
“I am very honored to start this journey with @revlonanz. I look forward to sharing with you all of the wonderful things to come.
Delta now joins global ambassadors including Gal Gadot and Ashley Graham.
In good company: Delta joins global ambassadors including Gal Gadot and Ashley Graham