Delta, who was just 15 when her career kicked off, also told the publication that though she knows public interest in her personal life comes with the job, she decided years ago that she wouldn't let anyone's thoughts about her romantic life define her.
“It’s also about me understanding who I was, without other people telling me who I was,” she says.
Delta, who is also one of the four coaches on The Voice also spoke about the upcoming series and why she's so excited to work with Renee Bargh, her best friend and new co-host of the hit singing show.
“It’s something we both dreamed of since I started the show,” she told the publication.
“We would watch the episodes when we lived together, so I feel like she’s already been part of the journey with me for the past eight years. I think Australia is going to fall in love with her like I love her.”
Filming for The Voice was temporarily put on hold when coronavirus restrictions first took place but the show is set to return to screens on May 24.
The winner will score a recording contract with EMI Music along with $100,000 in prize money and coaches Delta, Guy Sebastian, Kelly Rowland and Boy George will be back with new co-hosts Renee Bargh and Darren McMullen.
Producers are still fine-tuning last-minute tweaks but Delta said of the series: “It’s a glamorous, fantastic show, and I’ve learnt recently there’s a time and place for me to be that version of myself, but it’s also OK to let people see I can be natural.”