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Delta Goodrem cements her status at Nine with A Current Affair interview

Here to stay! Delta Goodrem cements her status at Nine as she promotes her Christmas special on A Current Affair… after parting ways with The Voice

Former Voice judge Delta Goodrem confirmed this week she was staying at Channel Nine, after rival network Seven snapped up the rights to the competitive singing show.

And on Thursday, the 36-year-old cemented her status with Nine by proudly promoting her upcoming TV special, Christmas with Delta, on A Current Affair.

‘I am really hoping to bring a lot of love through this music and this Christmas special,’ she told ACA host Leila McKinnon.

Here to stay! Delta Goodrem cemented her status at Channel Nine by promoting her Christmas special on A Current Affair on Thursday, after confirming she will stay with the network

Delta will perform a slew of festive hits with her band – which includes her boyfriend, Matthew Copley, on guitar.

The one-hour special will also feature special appearances from Kylie Minogue in London and Olivia Newton John in California.

Over the past few months, Delta and Matthew have been streaming intimate performances online during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

She's not going anywhere: 'I am really hoping to bring a lot of love through this music and this Christmas special,' Delta told ACA host Leila McKinnon

She’s not going anywhere: ‘I am really hoping to bring a lot of love through this music and this Christmas special,’ Delta told ACA host Leila McKinnon

The Born to Try songstress revealed it was ‘so special’ to be back on a stage following months of their ‘bunker-down sessions’.

‘I saw the set [of the Christmas special] and I really feel like it is a dream come true to get to do this, I am very grateful,’ she said.

She will be giving back to families who have been impacted by the drought, bushfires and pandemic this year, with the help of Tourism Australia. 

Back on stage: The Born to Try star revealed it was 'so special' to be back on a stage following months of 'bunker-down' streaming performances with her boyfriend, Matthew Copley

Back on stage: The Born to Try star revealed it was ‘so special’ to be back on a stage following months of ‘bunker-down’ streaming performances with her boyfriend, Matthew Copley

‘I feel like one of Santa’s elves which I am very excited about, there are some beautiful stories,’ she added.

The A Current Affair interview comes after Delta all but confirmed her departure from The Voice Australia earlier this week.

On Monday, she revealed on Instagram that she would be staying with Nine to launch her own TV production company, Atled Productions.

New venture! On Monday, Delta revealed on Instagram that she would be staying with Nine to launch her own TV production company, Atled Productions

New venture! On Monday, Delta revealed on Instagram that she would be staying with Nine to launch her own TV production company, Atled Productions

Suggesting she won’t return to The Voice, she said she was excited about her ‘new chapter’, beginning with her televised festive special.

Meanwhile, the popular singing show will air on Channel Seven next year, after the rival network acquired the rights in August.

Christmas with Delta will air December 12 at 7.30pm on Channel Nine

Moving networks: Suggesting she won't return to The Voice, Delta said she was excited about her 'new chapter', beginning with her televised festive special. The popular singing show will air on Channel Seven next year, after the rival network acquired the rights in August

Moving networks: Suggesting she won’t return to The Voice, Delta said she was excited about her ‘new chapter’, beginning with her televised festive special. The popular singing show will air on Channel Seven next year, after the rival network acquired the rights in August

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