Delta Goodrem is not going to take any more of this crap.

Poor old Delts can’t win.

First she’s too nice and must be kicked off The Voice, now she’s too big for her boots and must be kicked off The Voice.

Whatever Delta Goodrem does, there’s a chorus of critics baying for her blood.

So Goodrem isn’t going to play Ms Nice Guy anymore. Nope, she’s not having a bar of it.

Haters can shove it! That’s what Delta is saying in this picture, probably.

If you make a mean remark about Delta on Twitter (the cowardly troll’s medium of choice), chances are the singer will call you on it.

Take this little exchange for example:

The kerfuffle began after Goodrem and fellow judge Jessie J had a disagreement and Goodrem stormed off the stage (which, let’s face it, was probably at the behest of a producer anyway).

Oblivious to the irony, our friend Morgan is also fond of retweeting Dalai Lama quotes in among his reality-TV observations.

Take this most recent one: “When we wake up we can remind ourselves – ‘I need to be happy, I need to have warm feelings towards others.’”

Delts and Jess (can I call you guys that?) worked it all out.

Perhaps a little meditation on kindness is in order for Morgan?

Will this be the end of his reign of Twitter terror? We doubt it.

But we do applaud Delta for standing up for herself and giving some good sass-mouth.

More on the divisive Ms Goodrem?

Delta vs Jessie J. Don’t make me choose.

Why has hating Delta Goodrem become a national pastime?

Delta Goodrem is in a whole new cat fight.