Delta Goodrem fans are criticizing the kind and charitable singer and songwriter for blowing off her recent interview. Delta Goodrem started her career when she was fifteen years old. In 2004 Goodrem’s second album, Mistaken Identity (2004), was created while she had cancer. Delta is not only a singer, songwriter, and actress, but she is also a fighter. On being asked why she is still working with her illness, she said she loved singing and died. She wanted to die making music.
So keep on writing and singing. And her hard work paid off as her second album became the number one album of her career. In 2007, Goodrem issued Delta, her third number-one album, which saw a different number-one single, “In This Life.” In 2012 when she recovered completely from cancer, she released her fourth studio album, Child of the Universe (2012).
In 2016, Delta’s fifth album, Wings of the Wild, was her fourth number-one album on the ARIA Albums Chart while presenting her another number-one single, “Wings.”
Goodrem’s Victory Over Cancer And Her Career If Been Addressed By The Awards She secured
Goodrem has an entirety of nine number-one singles and 17 top-ten hits on the ARIA Singles Chart. She has marketed over eight million albums globally and has won three MTV Video Music Awards, including World Music Awards and 9 ARIA Music Awards, and several other awards.
She also helped as a coach on The Voice Australia from the year 2012 to 2013, and she appeared again as the coach on the same platform from 2015 to 2020. During her one-season hiatus in 2014, she helped as a coach on The Voice Kids and coached eventual champion Alexa Curtis. She was extensively paid A$2 million per season after settling an increase from her original $800,000. She coached the ultimate winners of the show in season five in 2016 and repeatedly in season six in 2017.
Why Do Delta Goodrem Always End Up In A Controversy & Why Did She Act So Strangely On Beigned Asked Bout Sexual Assault
In 2017 Goodrem made her debut on the television drama. In 2017, she was declared the V8 Supercars Australia ambassador, supporting the sport and being the established performer at the racing events throughout the year.
The same year Delta caught herself in controversy by working for an advertisement for Apple Music. Goodrem was reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) for encouraging unsafe driving. Criticisms about the video to the bureau stated that it “does not encourage safe driving” and features Goodrem putting her head and arms outside an unsteady vehicle and “running around in a motor vehicle with no visible safety belt.” In response to the complaints, Delta said it’s just an advertisement where a person is trying to enjoy herself. She said, obviously, people will wear a seat belt and will not stick their heads out of the window of a moving vehicle. She said authorities need to chill out.
Recently in an interview again, Delta caught herself in a controversy where she has been asked about was surprised to hear the high percentage of victims of sexual assault in the music industry. To which is fight replied that she wants everyone to be safe in her workspace. But then, on being asked again, she said very, very surprised. She stammered a lot while she answered the questions and said that yes, she is very surprised. And it breaks her heart to see people have suffered so much, and she couldn’t do anything to her them.
However, she didn’t seem very surprised. There might be two reasons behind it. First, some bad nostalgia might have been triggered due to the question. Or second, she doesn’t really care about anything.
Delta Goodrem’s Net Worth
Delta Goodrem’s Net Worth is estimated to be $16 Million. Goodrem declared in December 2019 that she was “living in a music bubble,” working on her sixth studio record. In January 2020, she issued a charity single, “Let In Rain,” to aid the 2019-2020 forest fire in Australia. She was encouraged to write “Let It Rain” after seeing the devastation from the forest fire across Australia. Delta devoted her pandemic year to the service of humanity by making donations work wide. She is also planning a Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Tour in 2021.