Words matter. These are the best Delta Goodrem Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I started performing at school and drama classes when I was 7.
Everything was going for me, I didn’t even know the meaning of the word insecurity and suddenly I am surrounded by words like operation, cancer, chemotherapy, radiation.
I believe that in music and in a lot of things it’s kind of like surfing, you can have a really big wave sometimes and then you can have a smaller wave.
I knew who I was as a girl but I had to find who I was as a woman.
I need to keep traveling, being a gypsy, having experiences and writing about them.
When I do get the chance I just love to hang around at home with friends and family.
I think Taj and Nina were better friends, because they get along, they have a lot of fun and they laugh. But it seems that Nina and Jack really hit it off. Nina really fell in love with Jack. there’s a lot of chemistry between them!
I want to sing for people. I want them to have the music. It’s a nice feeling.
I can’t be all things to everyone.
Anybody who has gone through a life-changing experience will tell you there is a different understanding of what is real and what is important, and when you are going through different moments, you can reflect and go, ‘I have been through worse.’
If I get a cold, it lasts for a month.
I don’t think I’ve ever been moulded but I think I am always learning.
Well, Neighbours wanted to do a song on the show, and they asked me what songs I had. I told them I’d just written this song, called Born to Try, and I had just gone overseas and spoken to some people from Song about it.
What resonates with me now is the acoustic guitar and piano.
The second album was emotionally exhausting and my life felt like it had become very serious at a very young age.
Most people’s journeys haven’t been as disjointed as mine.
I like to go into a little shell and be a hermit and make music for a while.
Pop was great fun.
At 18, I felt I was too young to think about having my eggs frozen.
I’m still human – I can’t not feel.
I used to get stressed out, but my cancer has put everything into perspective.
I was at number one in Australia with both my album and my single. And then I was told I had cancer. I thought, ‘What a strange turn of events.’
I have weathered many different storms and I know who I am and my friends know who I really am.
I always had long hair. When you lose it, you realise just how important it is to your identity.
I’ve done a lot of collaboration over the years, but right now I’m enjoying writing by myself and just being me again for a while.
Now I know you should listen to what your body is telling you.
Sport was my absolute love. It was very sporty household. We had my – my brother and I both loved sports.
I love having my hair back. It is so important to how you feel, how you dress, how you look.
I felt I came back rather quickly from being ill and didn’t give myself the time to reflect.
I’m enjoying writing songs that are more stripped back.
I don’t have any expectations.
I’m just excited I get to sing all the time. There’s nothing but open ears of people wanting to listen.
I’m not worried any more about changing people’s view of me.