Delta Goodrem is an artist in the truest sense – bringing stories to life as a singer-songwriter, traversing stage and screen as an actress and performer and by making giving back a focus in her life through philanthropy. Delta has achieved multi-platinum selling status, nine #1 singles, four #1 albums, 17 top 10 hits, 16 ARIA Awards, a Silver Logie Award & three World Music Awards.
At the age of 15, Goodrem signed a record deal with Sony Music Australia. Her first album, Innocent Eyes, was one of the highest-selling debut albums in Australian history. The album spent a record-breaking 29 weeks at #1 in Australia. It topped the Australian Albums Charts and reached 23x platinum in sales. Delta became the first-ever artist to have five #1 singles on the Australian charts from a debut album and was awarded the ARIA Albums Artist of the Decade in 2010 having sold more albums and singles than any other domestic or international artist over the decade. The album won the Highest Selling Album award at the ARIAs two years running, heralded a record seven awards for a female artist in one ARIA year, as well as holding the record for being honored with 16 ARIA #1 Chart Awards.
Since then, Delta has achieved 17 Top-10 hits, four #1 albums, and over 9 million records sold worldwide and started her own label imprint with Sony Australia, The House of Oz Records. Her latest album Wings of the Wild debuted at #1 with the platinum hit song "Wings", the singer’s 9th #1 single. The album’s accompanying sold out arena tour broke records as Delta became the highest-selling female Australian touring artist in 2016 and the tour’s live concert DVD earned a #1 on the ARIA Charts.
As an accomplished songwriter, Delta has written and performed songs for Olivia Newton-John, Celine Dion, Tony Bennett, Michael Bolton, LeAnn Rimes and Westlife. Delta also toured with Michael Bolton across the US, joined good friend and renowned maestro tenor Andrea Bocelli on legs of Bocelli's Asian, American and Australian world tours, and toured with Ricky Martin as part of his 2015 Australian tour.
With a television resume that started at the age of seven, appearing in regular primetime shows, Hey Dad, A Country Practice and Police Rescue, at the age of 16, Delta joined the cast of Neighbours that later earned her a Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent and the lead role in 2005’s movie Hating Alison Ashley. For 9 years Delta has been a Coach and anchor of the number one rated, multiple Logie Award winning TV show The Voice Australia and is back for the 2020 season. Goodrem mentored her artists to victory, as the winning coach for the 2016 & 2017 seasons of The Voice and was the winning coach on the first ever English- speaking version of The Voice Kids. Delta also returned to Australian TV with a special guest role in Nine Network’s, House Husbands. In 2018, Delta starred in the lead role of her mentor, idol, and good friend, Olivia Newton-John in the superstar’s biopic, Hopelessly Devoted To You that has been released around the world and was featured on Lifetime TV channel is the US and Latin America.
In 2015 & 2016, Goodrem played to critical acclaim in the role of Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical CATS, performing a breathtaking rendition of the powerful ballad "Memory" and bringing legions of her multi-generational fans to experience the joys of musical theatre.
In 2017, Goodrem launched her debut fragrance Delta by Delta Goodrem, smashing records as it debuted as the highest selling fragrance in Australian history. In 2018 she released her second fragrance of her collection "Dream" and in November 2019 released her third fragrance “Destiny”.
In January 2020, Delta was inspired to write Let It Rain after seeing the devastation from the bushfires across Australia. Delta teamed up with Apple Music, Sony Music, and iHeart radio for the release. All proceeds went to aid with Red Cross bushfire relief.
Delta makes giving back a focus in her life and supports a number of charities and foundations around the world. Goodrem serves as Patron of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney and has a long-standing ambassadorial relationship with Starlight Children’s Foundation, Make-A-Wish and Sony Foundation Australia.