The Voice coach Delta Goodrem has been slammed by fellow reality TV star, My Kitchen Rules judge, Colin Fassnidge.
Irish chef Colin shared his scathing opinion of the Innocent Eyes singer on ex-Bachelor producer Jana Hocking’s podcast, Sex Love Magic.
He revealed that the Aussie songstress "winds" him up and recalled being forced to pose with her for photos at the 2018 TV WEEK Logies.
“I like The Voice but Delta Goodrem winds me up,” he said.
He went on to say his kids love her and she’s ‘probably a great role model’ but again said she just ‘winds him up’.
“They put me sitting beside her at the Logies the last time and I did a photo of me with Delta at the back and I was like making a face to my kids,” he said.
The father-of-two was pulled up on his behaviour by his wife, Jane.
“My missus was like 'You realise you're representing your company [sic]?”
Colin comes clean
He went on to say he has ‘no interest in Delta Goodrem!’.
Despite his comments, he made sure to add: "I like The Voice, I think it's a great show. It’s not as good as MKR.”
Delta has previously spoken out on the criticism she cops, telling Yahoo Lifestyle, “I just ignore it.”
“People are going to talk, that’s the business we’re in.”
Delta’s Voice woes
The ARIA chart-topper had a rocky season on the Channel Nine singing competition, which wrapped last Sunday.
The pop star was accused of cheating by fellow coach Boy George when she appeared to skirt the rules in an attempt to nab this series’ win.
A few days after the grand finale, Delta took to social media to make what many have seen as a subtle dig at Boy George’s winning contestant Diana Rouvas.
She appeared to boast on Instagram about how runner-up and Team Delta member Daniel Shaw’s Cross the Line EP was already at number eight on the iTunes charts - while Diana’s had fallen 36 places to 77.
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