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Delta Goodrem reveals her dark roots on Today; ‘becoming a brunette’ in lockdown

Delta Goodrem reveals her dark roots on the Today show and says she’s ‘becoming a brunette’ with no access to her hairdresser during lockdown


She may be one of Australia’s most glamorous celebrities, but Delta Goodrem proved on Thursday she’s just like the rest of stuck in lockdown.

The 36-year-old singer showed off her dark roots during a live interview on the Today show from her home in Sydney.

The bottle blonde joked she was slowly ‘becoming a brunette’ through no choice of her own because she has no access to a hairdresser.

Just like the rest of us! Delta Goodrem showed off her dark roots on the Today show on Thursday, saying she is ‘becoming a brunette’ because she has no access to a hairdresser

‘How do you keep your hair looking so good in lockdown – I need to get my roots done, it’s just awful,’ host Karl Stefanovic asked Delta. 

Despite showing off her darker roots, Delta looked nothing but glamorous as she appeared on Today, with her hair neatly straightened and dewy makeup. 

Delta then joked that she’s ‘becoming a brunette’ because she hasn’t been able to get her hair dyed. 

'As you can see, I don't think I've had my roots done Karl! I'm becoming a brunette. Not a blonde!' she said with a laugh. Pictured at the ARIAs in November 2020

‘As you can see, I don’t think I’ve had my roots done Karl! I’m becoming a brunette. Not a blonde!’ she said with a laugh. Pictured at the ARIAs in November 2020

‘As you can see, I don’t think I’ve had my roots done Karl! I’m becoming a brunette. Not a blonde!’ she said with a laugh. 

Delta also reflected on the last few months in lockdown in Sydney and having to postpone her tour to next year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.  

‘It’s definitely been unique, we were getting set and ready for a tour and I was pulling it all together and i was extremely disappointed to move that,’ she said. 

‘[But I’m] just hunkering down at home and trying to be creative. And to be able to stay in the heart space as so many people are going through a challenging time right now,’ she added.  

'I'm hunkering down at home': Delta also reflected on the last few months in lockdown in Sydney and having to postpone her tour to next year because of the Covid-19 pandemic

‘I’m hunkering down at home’: Delta also reflected on the last few months in lockdown in Sydney and having to postpone her tour to next year because of the Covid-19 pandemic

Postponed: Last month, the Innocent Eyes singer was forced to postpone her Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Australian tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Postponed: Last month, the Innocent Eyes singer was forced to postpone her Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Australian tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Last month, the Innocent Eyes singer was forced to postpone her Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Australian tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Just a month out before her shows were meant to commence, the 36-year-old singer announced the sad news in a statement.

‘These are unprecedented times in which we find ourselves and the ongoing challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic are devastating,’ she began.

‘I never could have imagined that we would be forced to move my Bridge Over Troubled Dreams tour a second time,’ she said in a statement.

‘I want to thank you for your incredible support, patience and understanding through this very unique time,’ she added. 

Delta’s new tour will begin in Brisbane on March 12 and finish up in Sydney on April 9. 

'These are unprecedented times in which we find ourselves and the ongoing challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic are devastating,' she began

‘These are unprecedented times in which we find ourselves and the ongoing challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic are devastating,’ she began

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