Delta Goodrem is sharing her love for The Voice after reports circulated this week that she had threatened to quit the show.
On KIIS FM’s Matt and Meshel this morning , the 31-year-old Amazonian songstress addressed rumours she had threatened to leave the coaching panel due to alleged bullying from fellow coaches Joel and Benji Madden and Jessie J.
“At the end of the day, I’m on the show, I love being on the show,” she said.
“Every decision I ever make in my life, I always take with great… I really think it out,” she told the hosts, explaining that a hectic schedule and variety of projects kept her busy lat year. As well as topping the ARIA charts with her album Child of the Universe, Goodrem starred as Grizabella in the Andrew Llyod Webber musical Cats.
A source close to the show, told Woman’s Day problems began after Ricky Martin’s departure, and despite finding a big-name replacement in Ronan Keating, the channel were concerned about the possibility of losing such a high-level Australian talent from the panel.
“The show had already lost Ricky Martin due to his recording and touring commitments and then, in what’s seen as a crippling blow, Delta quit!” the source said.
#Hello Season 5!!! #TheVoiceAU ???????? So good to be back… ✌️welcome @rokeating A photo posted by Delta Goodrem (@deltagoodrem) on May 1, 2016 at 2:07am PDT