Delta Goodrem stole the show with a performance at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney on Thursday.
The Aussie singer, who recently celebrated her fifth number one album with seventh studio album Bridge Over Troubled Dreams, performed on the runway in a bold, skin-tight pink latex-style dress.
Goodrem performed her latest single The Power as models walked the runway during the Manning Cartell show at Sydney’s Carriageworks. Also in attendance on Thursday: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who cut a stylish figure when she took a front-row seat for the show next to her sister Mary.
A day earlier, fellow pollie Julie Bishop stole the show wearing a striking neon leopard print dress by local label Meraki.
Goodrem will head out on her next national arena tour in September and October in support of the new album – tickets and info at her website.
The album features the stirring single Paralyzed, a reference to the secret health battle Goodrem only went public about last year. She revealed to fans that she woke up from surgery on her salivary gland to discover a paralysis of a nerve in her tongue had left her unable to speak. After months of rehabilitation with daily speech therapy, Goodrem was finally able to get her voice back.
“I share this with you as an artist sharing where the poetry in this song comes from, and as a human who deeply feels and understands that everyone has their own story and their own challenges,” she said in a video introducing the single last year.
“You never know what someone is going through and this is an extremely hard time for people. So I send this story to you with the message of hope and love.”
Originally published as Delta Goodrem stuns in bold latex outfit