Fans are still sad Delta won't be on The Voice 2021
"It was only Delta Goodrem keeping me watching!"
Delta Goodrem has been a coach on all nine seasons of The Voice Australia on Channel Nine, but as the show moves to its new home on Seven in 2021, the singer-songwriter is giving up her spot in one of the big red chairs.
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"What a ride we had red chair!" she wrote in her caption.
"One of the most powerful gifts of my nine year journey on The Voice has been finding my own voice amongst all of it. The heart, the dreams people shared, the exceptional talent and the constant inspiration of being around music - so many magic moments that I am so proud of and I am truly grateful for it all. Wishing everyone all the best for a great season ahead.
She added: "#TeamDelta lives on in my heart and now onto a very exciting new chapter."
Delta coached on The Voice for nine seasons starting in 2012.
Whilst UK pop singer Rita Ora has previously worked as a coach on the UK Voice, this is her first time working Down Under whilst Australian Idol alum Jessica Mauboy is returning to her reality TV talent show roots.
"So excited for Rita!!! Love her," one excited Voice fan penned on Instagram.
"@jessicamauboy1 you’re an Aussie Gem, it’s your time to shine," wrote one of Jessica's fans.
"Jessica and Rita!!! So excited for this guys!!" penned a third.
Pop star Rita Ora has already served as one of the UK Voice's coaches.
Aussie songstress Jessica Mauboy is making her Voice debut.
Returning coach Guy Sebastian took to social media to share his excitement at being back on the hit singing show.
"I’m pretty stoked to be slipping back into that big ol’ red spinning chair ... at its heart, this show is about quality vocal talent - I look forward to what’s in store for season 2021 and nurturing the next generation of phenom - bring it on!" he wrote on Instagram.
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