Lost Meow-t You! Delta Goodrem’s CAT Bean has learned to play piano – so what have you achieved this year?
Delta Goodrem’s cat Beans has learned to play the piano.
The Born to Try singer, 36, revealed her pet’s extraordinary talent on Monday, sharing footage to Instagram of Beans pressing the notes of her grand piano with its paws.
‘Got home from ARIA rehearsals last night to find my cat is a prodigy,’ she captioned the video.
Next year’s ARIAS? Singer Delta Goodrem has shared footage of her walking in to her Sydney apartment to find her cat Bean playing her piano (pictured)
‘Next years ARIAs, Bean?’ she added.
The video shows Delta and her musician boyfriend, Matt Copley, walking in on the feline sitting by the piano before jumping up to the keys to play a few notes.
The couple are heard off camera clapping and encouraging Beans, but the cat suddenly becomes shy and stops the performance.
Part of the family: Sharing footage with her followers, Delta, 36, wrote: ‘Got home from ARIA rehearsals last night to find my cat is a prodigy..’
Cute: In the video, Delta and her musician boyfriend, Matt Copley, walk in on to their home to find their pet feline sitting by the singer’s grand piano before it jumps to the keys
Delta recently announced that she was ‘beyond honoured’ to be hosting the 34th ARIA Awards, which take place on Wednesday.
This year’s ceremony will be broadcast live on Channel Nine from Sydney’s Star Event Centre, but there will not be a physical audience due to coronavirus safety measures.
‘I am beyond honoured to be hosting the 2020 ARIA Awards, bringing to people’s homes the music that has meant so much to them this year,’ Delta said.
Hostess with the mostess! Delta will host this year’s ARIA Awards on Wednesday, as the ceremony goes ahead without a studio audience due to the coronavirus pandemic
‘The Australian music industry has had a year unlike any other we have ever faced before, and I am so looking forward to celebrating with you all – albeit remotely, as we come together to recognise and celebrate how talented this industry is to a global audience,’ she added.
Delta is no stranger to the ARIAs, having been nominated 12 times in the past, including for Single of the Year for her 2003 hit Born to Try.
ARIA chief executive Dan Rosen said he was excited about the Innocent Eyes songstress taking the reins of the awards show.
‘This year she has dealt with the challenges of 2020 by remaining creative whilst raising funds and awareness for people in need. I can’t wait for Delta to lead our reflection – and celebration – of a one-of-a-kind year,’ Mr Rosen said.
She follows in the footsteps of fellow Voice coach Guy Sebastian, who hosted the ARIAs last year.
Australian music’s night of nights: ‘I am beyond honoured to be hosting the 2020 ARIA Awards, bringing to people’s homes the music that has meant so much to them this year,’ Delta said