Delta Goodrem 'thrilled' as she's revealed as Revlon's first Australian ambassador

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She’s already a multi award-winning artist and now Delta Goodrem can add beauty model to her list of accolades.

The 37-year-old former The Voice judge has just been announced as Australia’s first brand ambassador for Revlon.

Delta Goodrem campaign for Revlon
Delta Goodrem has been announced as Australia’s first brand ambassador for Revlon. Photo: Supplied

The singer looks stunning in a range of images and videos from a new campaign that celebrates the Live Boldly philosophy.

Wearing a black halterneck dress in one photo, Delta oozes sophistication and glamour as she wears a striking red lipstick and a subtle smokey eye makeup look.

“Revlon is an iconic brand that continues to evolve, develop, and push boundaries,” Delta said.

“We are not one thing or one moment. No woman is, and Revlon's Live Boldly message is an important one – standing for self-expression, empowerment and recognising the beauty and brilliance in each one of us.

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“A woman who is fearlessly herself, who boldly takes chances, lives with purpose, and chases her dreams. I am thrilled to be the Revlon Brand Ambassador for Australia and New Zealand.”

In a video posted to her Instagram account, Delta wears an array of stunning make-up looks while she talks to the camera about living her best life.

“I’m not one thing. I’m not one moment. No woman is. I believe dreams have power. In stillness there is power. Like those times when you block out the noise and find your own tune,” she says in the video.

She goes on to say her proudest moments are when she’s been her boldest. “When you take the risk, jump in, have fun,” she says.

Delta Goodrem on The Voice Australia
Delta Goodrem made her departure from The Voice after the 2020 show. Photo: Channel Nine

The Voice Australia fans were left a little shocked when it was first announced long-time coach Delta Goodrem would not be taking part in the revamped season of the show this year.

In October the Aussie singing sensation opened up about her decision to move on from her role as coach on the show, on which she featured from its first season in 2012 up until last year, taking a brief hiatus in 2014.

In an interview with Stellar magazine this week, the Born To Try hitmaker explained that it "was time" for her to focus on "other projects".

"It felt like the right moment for me to lean into my creativity," she told the publication.

Delta released her seventh studio album, Bridge over Troubled Dreams, this year, alongside a book of the same title.

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