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Delta Goodrem is brutally trolled by viewers as she ‘quits’ The Voice

Delta Goodrem has received some negative backlash after it was revealed she’s ‘quit’ The Voice Australia. 

The 36-year-old singer was trolled by The Voice viewers on Facebook after she said she was staying with Channel Nine and would be launching her own production company, despite Seven acquiring the rights to the show. 

Viewers flocked to the social media platform to slam Delta, as one wrote: ‘Cannot stand her.’

‘Can’t stand her’: Delta Goodrem was brutally trolled by viewers this week after ‘quitting’ The Voice

Another added: ‘Thank God. I love Delta but could not stand how she carried on, on The Voice.’ 

Another cruelly wrote: ‘Great, she’s not on The Voice, so good reason to watch it with new judges.’

However, some fans were in Delta’s corner. 

Backlash: The 36-year-old singer was trolled by The Voice viewers on Facebook after she said she was staying with Channel Nine and would be launching her own production company, despite Seven acquiring the rights to the show

Backlash: The 36-year-old singer was trolled by The Voice viewers on Facebook after she said she was staying with Channel Nine and would be launching her own production company, despite Seven acquiring the rights to the show

‘What is wrong with all you people! Some people resent anyone successful. Keep up the good work Delta.’ 

Another added: ‘Wishing Delta all the best in her new adventure in 2021.’

Earlier this week, Delta revealed that she’s staying at Channel Nine, despite it’s rival Channel Seven acquiring rights to The Voice, of which she has been a mentor on for years.  

In several posts shared to her social media, the singer revealed that she has launched her own television production company, Atled Productions, with her ‘longtime partners and friends’ at the network.

'Keep up the good work, Delta': However, some fans were in Delta's corner

‘Keep up the good work, Delta’: However, some fans were in Delta’s corner

Moving on: Earlier this week, Delta revealed that she's staying at Channel Nine, despite it's rival Channel Seven acquiring rights to The Voice, of which she has been a mentor on for years

Moving on: Earlier this week, Delta revealed that she’s staying at Channel Nine, despite it’s rival Channel Seven acquiring rights to The Voice, of which she has been a mentor on for years

Staying put at Nine: In several posts shared to her social media, the singer revealed that she has launched her own television production company, Atled Productions, with her 'longtime partners and friends' at the network

Staying put at Nine: In several posts shared to her social media, the singer revealed that she has launched her own television production company, Atled Productions, with her ‘longtime partners and friends’ at the network

Suggesting that she will not return to The Voice, the 36-year-old said she was excited about her ‘new chapter’, and her first project will be a televised festive special, Christmas With Delta.

‘This has been a dream for a very long time, and I’m so excited to share that I’ve launched my own production company, Atled Productions,’ she said in a post shared to Instagram on Sunday. 

Delta added: ‘We’ve got some great things in development that I can’t wait to share with you soon!’

She also suggested that after eight years, her time on The Voice has come to an end.

'What a ride we had, red chair': She also suggested that after eight years, her time on The Voice has come to an end

‘What a ride we had, red chair’: She also suggested that after eight years, her time on The Voice has come to an end

She wrote: ‘What a ride we had red chair❤️! One of the most powerful gifts of my nine-year journey on The Voice has been finding my own voice amongst all of it. 

‘The heart, the dreams people shared, the exceptional talent and the constant inspiration of being around music – so many magic moments that I am so proud of and I am truly grateful for it all.’

Delta added she ‘wished everyone all the best for a great season ahead.’ 

The hitmaker joined The Voice in 2012, and has served as a judge every year except 2014.

After Nine failed to renew its contract for the 2021 season of The Voice, Channel Seven jumped on the licence very quickly.

Seven CEO James Warburton has big changes in mind for the show, including cutting the number of episodes and having a tighter production schedule.

Familiar face: The hitmaker joined The Voice in 2012, and has served as a judge every year except 2014. After Nine failed to renew its contract for the 2021 season of The Voice, Channel Seven jumped on the licence very quickly

Familiar face: The hitmaker joined The Voice in 2012, and has served as a judge every year except 2014. After Nine failed to renew its contract for the 2021 season of The Voice, Channel Seven jumped on the licence very quickly


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