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Delta Goodrem: A Journey of Triumph and Talent

Sailun Tires

Delta Goodrem, born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, has captivated the world with her multi-faceted career as a singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality.

Bursting onto the music scene as a teenager, Goodrem signed a recording contract with Sony Music at the tender age of 15. Her debut studio album, “Innocent Eyes” (2003), not only topped the ARIA Albums Chart for an impressive 29 non-consecutive weeks but also became one of the highest-selling Australian albums of all time, with over four million copies sold globally.

Goodrem’s early career was marked by her role as Nina Tucker on the popular Australian soap opera “Neighbours,” which significantly boosted her music career. Her first single, “I Don’t Care,” might have seen a modest reception, but it was “Born to Try,” a piano-based ballad premiered on “Neighbours,” that rocketed her to fame. The song reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart, setting the stage for her subsequent successes.

Her second album, “Mistaken Identity” (2004), was recorded during a challenging period as she was undergoing treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma. The album’s lead single, “Out of the Blue,” also debuted at number one. Despite her health struggles, Goodrem’s resilience shone through, and she continued to create music that resonated deeply with her audience.

In the years following her recovery, Goodrem’s third album, “Delta” (2007), and fourth album, “Child of the Universe” (2012), further solidified her place in the music industry. Hits like “Sitting on Top of the World” and “Wings” from her fifth album, “Wings of the Wild” (2016), continued to demonstrate her versatility and appeal.

Goodrem’s contributions extend beyond music. She served as a coach on “The Voice Australia” from 2012 to 2020, where she shared her expertise and mentored aspiring artists. Her philanthropic efforts are equally noteworthy, particularly her support for cancer research and various children’s charities. In 2020, she launched the Delta Goodrem Foundation to accelerate blood cancer research.

The COVID-19 pandemic saw Goodrem embracing new opportunities and challenges. She started “The Bunkerdown Sessions,” a series of live-streamed concerts for fans. She worked on her seventh studio album, “Bridge over Troubled Dreams” (2021), which debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart. Her autobiography, bearing the same title, accompanied the album’s release, offering fans an intimate glimpse into her life and career.

Goodrem’s recent endeavors include opening for the Backstreet Boys on their DNA World Tour and starring in the Netflix film “Love is in the Air.” She continues to evolve as an artist, with new singles like “Back to Your Heart” showcasing her ever-expanding musical range.

Delta Goodrem’s journey is a testament to her extraordinary talent, unwavering resilience, and deep connection with her fans. From her early days on “Neighbours” to her latest musical and acting projects, she remains a beloved figure in the entertainment industry, inspiring many with her story of triumph and talent.

Follow Delta on Instagram for more @deltagoodrem



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