Delta Goodrem

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Delta Goodrem
Delta Goodrem 2, 2013.jpg
Goodrem at the Sydney premiere of The Great Gatsby in May 2013
Background information
Birth name Delta Lea Goodrem
Born (1984-11-09) 9 November 1984 (age 29)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Genres Pop, pop rock, adult contemporary, Christmas Carols and hymns
Occupations Singer-songwriter, performer, actress,music judge
Instruments Vocals, piano, guitar,tambourine
Years active 1999–present
Labels Sony Music, Columbia, Mercury
Website www.deltagoodrem.com

Delta Lea Goodrem (born 9 November 1984) is an Australian singer-songwriter, pianist, and television actress. Born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales, she enrolled in dancing, acting, singing and piano classes at a young age. She began her career as a child actress, starring in various television shows and rose to prominence in 2002 in the Australian soap opera Neighbours as Nina Tucker.

Venturing into the music industry, Goodrem recorded an album entitled Delta through an independent label, which, for legal reasons, was never released. Subsequently signing to Sony at the age of 15, she released her multi-platinum album Innocent Eyes (2003) which topped the Australian Albums Chart and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart. It became one of the highest-selling albums in Australian history, with over 4 million copies sold worldwide and all five of its singles; "Born to Try", "Lost Without You", "Innocent Eyes", "Not Me, Not I", and "Predictable" reaching number one in Australia and the first three reaching the top ten in the UK. This gave her the record for becoming the first ever artist to have five number one singles from a debut album.

Each of her subsequent albums followed with similar commercial success on the ARIA Albums Chart. Her second studio album, Mistaken Identity (2004), was created while she was suffering from cancer (and several of its themes reflect this) and became her second consequent number one album. In 2007, she released Delta, her third number one album and in 2012 she released her fourth studio album Child of the Universe which reached number two. Goodrem has continued to have a string of top ten hits, including "Out of the Blue", "Mistaken Identity", "Together We Are One", "In This Life", "Believe Again", "Sitting on Top of the World", "Wish You Were Here" and "Heart Hypnotic". Goodrem has achieved eight number one singles and three number one albums in her home country.[1][2] As of the early 2010s, she holds the Australian record for the highest-selling album of the last decade and the most number one singles from a debut album.[3] From 2012 to 2013, she was a coach on The Voice Australia, and also appeared on The Voice Kids Australia in 2014.

Biography[edit]

1984–2000: Early life, education, and discovery[edit]

Delta Lea Goodrem was born on 9 November 1984, to parents Denis and Lea Goodrem, who are now divorced. She has a younger brother, Trent,[4] who is an Australian rules football player with the Central District Football Club in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL).[5]

Her parents named her Delta after Joe Cocker's song "Delta Lady".[6] At the age of seven, Goodrem appeared in an American advertisement for the Galoob toy company, starring alongside fellow Australian Bec Cartwright,[7] and began playing piano at the same age while taking up singing, dancing and acting lessons. She appeared in numerous commercials for companies such as Optus and Nesquik, and had several minor roles in episodes of successful Australian television shows including Hey Dad..!, A Country Practice, and Police Rescue.[8]

While residing at Glenhaven, a suburb of Sydney, Goodrem attended the Hills Grammar School in neighbouring Kenthurst, from kindergarten until Year 10. She is known to return to her alma mater for visits.[9]

At the age of thirteen, Goodrem recorded a five-song demo CD, financed through her television work.[10] It was sent to the Sydney Swans Football Club (of which Goodrem is a supporter) and they passed it onto Glenn Wheatley,[11] the manager behind successful Australian artists, Little River Band and John Farnham.[12] Interested in Goodrem's potential as a recording artist, Wheatley signed Goodrem an artist development deal with independent label, Empire Records.[13] Between June 1999 to September 2000, she worked with producers Paul Higgins and Trevor Carter on thirteen tracks for an album called Delta,[12] which saw "an ambitious 15-year-old keen to emulate the pop sound of the Spice Girls, Britney Spears and Mandy Moore."[14] The album has yet to surface, Goodrem preventing its release years later via civil action in 2004.[13]

2001–03: Career launch, Neighbours, Innocent Eyes, and cancer diagnosis[edit]

Delta Goodrem at The Palazzo resort in Las Vegas
Goodrem's debut single was a
pop-dance song which failed to make
an impact on the charts.

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At the age of 15, Goodrem signed a record deal with Sony[2] and began work on an album of pop-dance songs including the unsuccessful debut single, "I Don't Care", which peaked at number sixty four on the ARIA Singles Chart in November 2001.[12] The album and proposed second single "A Year Ago Today" were pushed aside as a result, allowing Goodrem and Sony to re-evaluate her future musical direction. In 2002, Goodrem took up the role as shy school girl and aspiring singer Nina Tucker in the popular soap Neighbours, which helped re-launch Goodrem's music career.[1] The piano-based ballad "Born to Try", co-written by Audius Mtawarira, premiered on the show and reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and number three in the UK. Born to Try was certified triple Platinum in Australia for sales of over 210,000 copies.[15] Goodrem's role on the show scored her a Logie for "Most Popular New Talent" at the 2003 Logie Awards[16] In January 2003, "Lost Without You" topped the ARIA Singles Chart and reached number four in the UK. it was certified double paltinum for sales over 140,000 copies in Australia.[15]

Her largely self-penned debut album, Innocent Eyes, was released on 21 March 2003 in Australia and debuted at number one on the ARIA Album Charts, breaking Australian records previously held by John Farnham's Whispering Jack (1986) by staying at number one for 25 consecutive weeks, while tying with Neil Diamond's Hot August Night (1972) as the second longest charting number one album with a total of 29 weeks at top spot. It was the highest-selling album in Australia of 2003[17] and sold 1.2 million copies in Australia, and over 4 million worldwide.[18] The album also charted highly in the UK, peaking at number two. The albums third single Innocent Eyes again reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and number nine in the UK. it was certified Platinum in Australia for sales over 70,000 copies.[15]

On 8 July 2003, at the age of 18, Goodrem was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.[19] She was forced to put all working commitments on hold while undertaking treatment for the disease. In an exclusive interview with the Australian Women's Weekly, Goodrem revealed that, since 2002, she had suffered from a head-to-toe rash, fatigue, weight loss, night sweats, and a lump on her neck.[20] "I was doing sit-ups when I felt something pop in my neck. I reached down and I felt a small lump at the base of my throat. It wasn't sore, it wasn't visible, but I could feel it."[20] As part of her treatment, Goodrem undertook chemotherapy, which resulted in the loss of her hair, and radiation therapy.[20] The news of her diagnosis made newspaper and television headlines and an outpouring of support was shown by fans and the general public alike. Goodrem thanked them during The Visualise Tour for all the letters and well wishes she received.

The album's fourth single "Not Me, Not I" was released following the announcement Goodrem had been diagnosed with cancer. It became her fourth consecutive number one single in Australia, overtaking the previous effort of three number-ones from Kylie Minogue's debut album, Kylie (1988).[21] It was certified Platinum for sales over 70,000 copies.[15] In early August, she announced she would not renew her contract with Glenn Wheatley. Her mother, Lea Goodrem, replaced him as her manager.[22] Later that month, Goodrem won seven ARIA Awards, including "Best Female Artist", surpassing Natalie Imbruglia's previous record of six awards in 1999.[23] As Delta was too unwell to perform at the ceremony herself, singer Darren Hayes performed a rendition of "Lost Without You" as a tribute, bringing an overwhelmed Goodrem to tears. Her first full-length DVD Delta became the highest-selling music DVD by an Australian artist in Australia ever, with a certification of 11x platinum.[24] The Australian-only release "Predictable" became her fifth consecutive number one on the ARIA Singles Chart in December and was certified double Platinum for sales of over 140,000 copies.[15]

2004–06: Mistaken Identity, and The Visualise Tour[edit]

After announcing in late December 2003 that she was in remission, Goodrem began work on her second studio album. Goodrem received two nominations at the 2004 Logie Awards including a Gold Logie nomination for "Most Popular Personality on Australian Television". In September 2004, she became the face of soft drink company Pepsi in Australia, appearing on the product, billboards, TV advertisements and performing an exclusive show for competition winners.[25][26] In October Goodrem launched her own lingerie line titled "Delta by Annabella".[27]

Delta Goodrem in concert

Goodrem's second album Mistaken Identity, was released in Australia on 8 November 2004 and debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums chart. It was certified five times platinum for sales of 350,000 copies.[28] The album spent 46 weeks in the top fifty. It also reached number seven in New Zealand, and peaked at number 25 in the UK. The albums lead single "Out of the Blue", which was co-written and produced by Guy Chambers was released prior to the album on 8 October 2004. "Out of the Blue" debuted at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and number nine in the UK". This was Goodrem's sixth straight number one single in Australia. It was certified platinum in Australia.[29] The secoond single "Mistaken Identity" was released only in Australia debuted at number seven and was certified Gold.[30] "Almost Here", a duet with Irish singer Brian McFadden was released as the third single and reached number three in the UK and became her seventh ARIA number one, along with her first number one in Ireland. It was certified platinum in Australia.[30] "A Little Too Late" was released only in Australia and peaked at number 13. "Be Strong" was released as the album's fifth and final single in Australia as a digital download on 16 October 2005. At the time of release, digital downloads were not included as part of the main singles chart, therefore it was ineligible to chart. Much of the album, in particular "Extraordinary Day", was inspired by her battle with Cancer.[31] Reflecting on that period of her life, Goodrem said "It's weird to see pictures of that time. In some ways the fact that I was so sick was so out there, and yet I kept it really private. No-one saw me on the days I was really sick. I was 18 when I was diagnosed and I had a number one album and single in the country. And in the UK, I was number two. It was such a bipolar year.[32][33]

This big ballad was co-written and produced by Guy Chambers.

The title track from Goodrem's second album presented a darker side to her songwriting, detailing the effects of her illness.

The theme song of the opening ceremony for the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Co-written with Chambers and McFadden.

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In March 2005, Goodrem starred in her first film role in Hating Alison Ashley, a film based on the children's novel by Robin Klein, with Goodrem acting the title character. The film performed poorly at the box office and was not a critical success, with some critics citing Goodrem's performance as too robotic and detached.[34] April 2005 saw Goodrem relocate to New York to launch her career in the United States with a re-worked version of "Lost Without You". She appeared in the last two episodes of the short-lived American series North Shore in a bid to gain greater exposure. "Lost Without You" proved to be modestly successful, peaking at number eighteen on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, but Goodrem was reportedly dissatisfied with its performance. Plans to release a hybrid of her first two albums were later terminated and Goodrem put America on hold. In July, Goodrem embarked on her first headline concert tour of Australia, The Visualise Tour. Ticket prices, $90 each, came under criticism for being higher than most international acts touring Australia at the time and this initially led to slow sales.[35] By the time the concerts were due to take place, many venues sold out after tickets were reduced to $60. Once the tour concluded, over 80,000 tickets had been bought in total making The Visualise Tour one of Australia's highest-selling local tours.[36] The Visualise Tour: Live in Concert was released in November and became Goodrem's second No. 1 DVD.

On 15 March 2006, Goodrem performed a new song, "Together We Are One", at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in front of 80,000 spectators and up to 1.5 billion television viewers worldwide. The song, written specifically for the event was released in Australia where it peaked at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart.[37] It was performed by the Top 5 contestants on season five of "American Idol". In June 2006, Goodrem signed to Modest! Entertainment for her worldwide management.[38] In October 2006, Goodrem promoted in Japan with the release of an updated version of Innocent Eyes and the Japan-only single "Flawed", which reached number one on the Japanese download chart. The album peaked at number eight on the Japanese international chart (excluding Japanese artists) and number nineteen on the official Japanese album chart (including Japanese artists). In November, Goodrem appeared with Westlife on UK talent series The X Factor to perform a duet titled "All Out of Love", which appeared on the boyband's ninth LP, The Love Album. She was in Melbourne on Christmas Eve to headline the annual Carols by Candlelight.[39]

2007–10: Delta, and Believe Again Tour[edit]

Goodrem's third studio album, the eponymous Delta, was released in Australia on 20 October 2007. Goodrem described the material as "...a lot lighter" compared to her previous album Mistaken Identity.[40] She has also stated, "As people become more aware of your life, they can pinpoint what songs are about. On this album, I've tried to remove a lot of that and just write great pop songs, songs that are from my heart but there's no baggage with them".[41][42] The album debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart, making it her third number one album in her home country.[1] and received platinum certification for shipments of 70,000 records, though sales were much lower; only 23,000 copies were sold during the first week. In December the album was certified 2x platinum.[43] It eventually was certified 3x platinum in 2008.[44] In New Zealand, the album debuted at number twelve on the RIANZ Albums Chart.[45]

On 10 August 2007, Goodrem was in Los Angeles to film the music video for the albums lead single "In This Life", which is also the opening theme for the anime Deltora Quest, based on the novels by fellow Australian Emily Rodda. The video premiered on 31 August on Sunrise. "In This Life" was officially released on 15 September. It debuted at number one on the Australian Singles Chart, becoming Goodrem's eighth number one single in Australia. It was certified platinum.[46]

Goodrem performing during promotion in Australia

The second single, "Believe Again" was released on 10 December. It debuted and peaked at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified Gold.[47] The third single, "You Will Only Break My Heart", was released on 29 March 2008 and peaked at number fourteen. The fourth single to be lifted from the album was "I Can't Break It to My Heart", which debuted and peaked at number thirteen. Following the release of the lead single, Goodrem currently holds the record for most number one singles on the ARIA charts by any artist, with a total of 8.

In 2008 Goodrem focused on promoting music in Japan and the United States. She released "In This Life" on 23 January in Japan. She followed that up by releasing "Delta" on 20 February. The album peaked at number eight on the Japanese international chart and number 39 on the overall chart. The album sold almost 5,000 copies in its first week, 1,000 copies more than her previous album in Japan and overall sold over 30,000 copies in Japan.[48] In the United States, Goodrem released "In This Life" on 15 April 2008. "In This Life" was released to US radio on 9 April. It was first released to the Triple A radio format, and then to the Adult Contemporary and Hot Adult Contemporary formats. On 17 June 2008, Goodrem appeared for the second time on any Billboard chart with the single, debuting at number 40 on the Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks chart. The song later peaked at #21.[49] According to Nielsen SoundScan, the track sold 7,000 digital downloads in the week ending on 24 June 2008.[50] The song also charted at number 20 on the Hot Adult Top 40 Recurrents. The album was then released on 15 July 2008 in the United States and Canada under the label Mercury Records.[51] It peaked at number 18 on the U.S. iTunes Store. It later debuted at number 116 on the US Billboard Album Chart and No. 1 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers with sales of 6,000 copies. Overall the album sold over 21,000 copies in the United States.[52][53]

In July 2008, it was announced that Goodrem would embark on a national tour of Australia, titled the Believe Again Tour.[54] She originally announced nine dates in seven cities, but later announced more shows, performing 14 in eight cities. The tour ran from 9 January to 4 February 2009. A concert DVD of the tour was released on 18 September 2009.[55] It was called Believe Again: Australian Tour 2009. It peaked at number one on the Australian ARIA DVD Chart and was certified Gold for sales over 7,500 copies.[56]

She also recorded a duet, "Right Here With You", with Olivia Newton-John to help raise money for Newton-John's cancer hospital in Melbourne.[57][58]

First single from her third album. Written with Brian McFadden.

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Goodrem was nominated for two awards at the 2008 ARIA Awards – Highest Selling Single and Highest Selling Album – and won the award for Highest Selling Album of 2008.[59] At the 2008 World Music Awards, held on 9 November in Monaco, Goodrem received her third World Music Award for World's Best Selling Australian Artist. In March 2010, Goodrem and Guy Sebastian were chosen by the Jackson estate to perform at the Australian launch of Michael Jackson's This Is It DVD.[60] The invitation-only event was attended by the film's director Kenny Ortega, Jackson's choreographer Travis Payne, and Jackson's brother Jackie Jackson.[61] Goodrem and Sebastian performed "Earth Song".[62]

2011–13: Child of the Universe, and The Voice Australia[edit]

Goodrem at the 2012 Logie Awards

On 24 November 2011, Goodrem was confirmed to be a part of the judging panel of the Australian version of The Voice which aired in early 2012, coaching alongside Keith Urban, Joel Madden, and Seal.[63] Some of Goodrem's decisions on the show sparked criticism, with comments she was "all style" and "little substance".[64] Rachael Leahcar was Goodrem's contestant in the final four. This was after Goodrem chose Leahcar over Glenn Cunningham, who was Goodrem's back up singer on her Believe Again Tour in 2009. Leahcar finished third. Goodrem returned for season two in 2013, again with Madden and Seal, with Ricky Martin replacing Urban. Goodrem's finalist for season two was Celia Pavey who also finished third.[65]

An announcement was made on 19 March 2012, stating that there is now a countdown on her official website to 30 March, with the promise of "something new, something fresh, something altogether exciting". On that day, it was then announced that Goodrem would be releasing her new single, "Sitting on Top of the World".[66] "Sitting on Top of the World" debuted and peaked at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified double platinum. It also peaked number twenty three in New Zealand and was certified Gold. The album's second single, "Dancing with a Broken Heart" was released on 10 August 2012. It debuted and peaked at number 15 on the ARIA Singles Chart, and is Goodrem's second lowest charting single to date. The third single, "Wish You Were Here", was released on 12 October 2012. "Wish You Were Here" debuted at number seven on the ARIA Charts and later peaked at number five, and was certified Platinum. Goodrem's fourth studio album, Child of the Universe was released on 26 October 2012, which debuted at number two on the ARIA Charts and spent ten weeks in the top 50. It was certified Gold in its second with for sales of 35,000 copies. Along with the release of the album, Goodrem embarked on her "An Evening with Delta: The Top of My World Shows" which supported the album release with a series of stripped back shows, starting in Brisbane on 27 October then two Sydney shows on 31 October 2012 and 2 November 2012 and finishing with Melbourne on 7 and 8 November 2012. Rachael Leahcar was the tour's opening act.[67] Goodrem was featured on the album "Spirit of Christmas 2012", singing "Blue Christmas". In November, she also recorded a Christmas EP titled Christmas. It was released on 14 December 2012 in Australia and New Zealand.[68][69]

On 1 February 2013, it was confirmed that Goodrem had signed with US manager Irving Azoff.[70] Goodrem performed at the Mardi Gras in Sydney in March 2013. This was a late night performance, in Mardigrasland, which was well received by critics. She performed dance version of some of her hit songs including "Born to Try", "Lost Without You", "Predictable", "Believe Again", "Child of the Universe" and "Sitting on Top of the World".[71] In May 2013, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu joined Goodrem for a special performance of "Bayini" on The Voice Australia, in celebration of National Reconciliation Week.[72] The song was later released on iTunes and debuted at number four on the ARIA Singles Chart on 10 June 2013.[73][74] On 17 June 2013, Goodrem released her new single "Heart Hypnotic", which she also premiered on the Live Finale of The Voice.[75] It is currently unclear whether "Heart Hypnotic" will appear on Goodrem's upcoming 5th studio album or will be a stand alone single.

Goodrem celebrated 10 years since releasing her multi-platinum album Innocent Eyes which topped the Australian ARIA Charts and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart by releasing Innocent Eyes: Ten Year Anniversary Acoustic Edition on 29 November 2013, which debuted and peaked at number 22 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

2014: The Voice Kids Australia, and fifth studio album[edit]

Goodrem has currently been working on her 5th studio album which she hopes to have out sometime in 2014.[76] Goodrem has stated that she is feeling a lot more free in herself and in her music and is going to try to write songs to help her crack the US market.[77]

On 26 November 2013, it was announced that Goodrem would not be returning to The Voice Australia for a third season but instead chose to be a part of the new Australian version of The Voice Kids.[78] Goodrem revealed on her Twitter account that the decision was made because this would give her more time on her music career and more time to work on her new album. Goodrem will coach alongside Joel Madden who will team up with his brother Benji Madden and Mel B. Darren McMullen will host The Voice Kids while also remaining on the original version.[79] The show's Blind Auditions will be filmed in early February.[80] Goodrem attended the 2014 AACTA Awards where she performed Kissing You in tribute to Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet.[81]

Personal life[edit]

In 2004, Goodrem began a nine-month relationship with Australian tennis player Mark Philippoussis. Her "comeback" single "Out of the Blue" was written about his support during her cancer battle.[82][83] The couple's relationship ended in controversy when newspapers reported Philippoussis had been unfaithful.[84] Later that year, Goodrem began dating former Westlife singer Brian McFadden with whom she collaborated on the duet "Almost Here". On 29 November 2007, Goodrem and McFadden announced they were engaged. In his book, McFadden wrote that he proposed to her on a trip to Bali. The pair ended their relationship in May 2010.[85] In March 2011, she started dating Nick Jonas. They broke up in February 2012; Goodrem has said that it was a genuine love.[86]

Legacy and artistry[edit]

A wax figure of Goodrem at Madame Tussauds Sydney

Her repertoire falls under the pop and adult contemporary styles, and heavily features the piano, which she usually plays barefoot while performing live.[87] Goodrem is also known for her technically skilled soprano voice,[88][89] which in a review of Delta was described as crystalline, fierce and illuminating in quality.[90]

Goodrem was honoured with a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Sydney's Darling Harbour, which opened in April 2012. The singer donated a dress that she previously wore on stage to the attraction.[91]

As of the late 2000s or early 2010s, Goodrem has achieved eight No. 1 Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) singles and multiple UK Top 10 singles.[1] Her debut album, 2003's Innocent Eyes, made her one of Australia's highest-selling female recording artists, spending 29 weeks at No. 1,[17] selling over 1.2 million copies in Australia and another 4.5 million internationally, debuting at number 2 in the UK and breaking various records in the process.[31]

In 2004, Goodrem released Mistaken Identity, her second studio album which entered the ARIA charts at No. 1 spawning two No. 1 singles and quickly gained multi-platinum status. In 2005, Goodrem embarked on The Visualise Tour, her debut concert tour of Australia, combining songs from both Innocent Eyes and Mistaken Identity.

Goodrem released her third studio album, self-titled Delta, on 20 October 2007 to yet another number-one debut, gaining multi-platinum status within the first few months of release. Goodrem also shifted attention to different markets, releasing the album in the Far East and the USA. In January 2009, Goodrem embarked on the Believe Again Tour of Australia to support her third studio album.[59] She has sold approximately 6.7 million albums, and 8 million combined albums and singles worldwide.[92]

Philanthropy[edit]

In May 2005, Goodrem helped launch "Teen Info on Cancer", a UK website aimed at supporting young teenage sufferers.[93] In November 2005, Goodrem became an ambassador for Research Australia's "Thank You Day", which honours the country's health and medical researchers and received a Thank You Day Celebrity Advocacy Award "in recognition of her efforts in raising funds and awareness for Australian medical research and charities."[94][95]

Goodrem is set to be the face of Alternative Hair, the UK hairdressing industry's top fundraising event, in aid of cancer charity Leukaemia Research.[96] Goodrem is also a member of RADD (Recording Artists, Actors And Athletes Against Drink Driving), a group of celebrities raising awareness of the risks of drunk driving.[97] In 2011 Goodrem became an ambassador for the Kinghorn Cancer Centre at Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research.[98][99]

Discography[edit]

Tours[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2005 Hating Alison Ashley Alison Ashley Main role
2011 Santa's Apprentice Little Beatrice Voice role[100]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Hey Dad..! Cynthia Broadhurst Guest role
  • "The Real Ladies Man"
A Country Practice Georgina Bailey Guest role
  • "Little Lies: Part 1"
  • "Little Lies: Part 2"
1995 Police Rescue Sophie Harris Guest role
  • "Conduct Endangering Life"
2002–03 Neighbours Nina Tucker Regular role
  • Five episode return (2004)
  • "Love Is Blind" (2005)
  • "Friends For Twenty Years" (2005)
2005 North Shore Taylor Ward Guest role
  • "The Ex-Games"
  • "The End"
2008 The View Herself Performed
2008 The David Letterman Show Herself Performed
2009 Australian Idol Herself Guest Judge
2010 Stand Up to Cancer Herself Performed
2011 Dancing with the Stars US Herself Performed duet with Michael Bolton – I'm Not Ready + A Natural Woman
2012–13 The Voice Australia Herself Judge; coach; mentor
2013 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Herself Performance with Michael Bolton
2014 The Voice Kids Australia Herself Judge; coach; mentor

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

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