The 24-year-old triple-threat star reunited with his Australian ex-girlfriend at a party and both shared photos from the evening after realizing that they were sporting similar styles. "When you show up in the same outfit," Jonas captioned a photo of himself posing with his arm on Goodrem's leg.
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The 32-year-old Voice Australia mentor posted the same pic to her Instagram story with the hashtag #DenimParty.
Jonas and Goodrem dated from 2011 to 2012 when he was 18 and she was 26. Years later, during an interview with Australia's Fitzy and Wippa radio show, the "Jealous" singer had nothing but nice things to say about his ex. "There's no issue, she's great," he gushed to the radio hosts in March 2015. "I love her."
Is Channel 5 really thinking of axing Neighbours? Reading the news broke my heart. I have watched Neighbours religiously since I can remember, and it just would not seem right if it were no longer aired in the UK. After 31 years (22 of them on BBC1) the Australian soap is one of the staples of British life.
Neighbours is not just a TV programme, it is a tradition that stretches across four decades and all the world’s continents – 7,563 episodes, watched in more than 60 countries, viewing figures of 19.1m in the UK for Scott and Charlene’s wedding (surely, the wedding of the 20th century), and the creator of too many stars to mention (Kylie, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer and Natalie Imbruglia, for starters
• New quiz: how closely were you paying attention?
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A group of protesters stormed an awards ceremony this year. What were they dressed as, and what were they protesting?
Steaks, protesting the live cattle exports industry in Australia
Sausages, protesting the male domination of the Australian film industry
Milk bottles, protesting the nanny state and Sydney’s lockout laws
Schmackos, protesting greyhound racing in Australia
Which Australian artist won the most Arias in 2016?
After delivering a deeply odd apology to the Australian government for smuggling two dogs into the country, Johnny Depp appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and described Barnaby Joyce as:
A red-faced potato man
An overgrown baby
Inbred with a tomato
One child standing on
Nine has unveiled its programming line-up for the new year, and with it sees the return of Underbelly.—.this time focused on the .untold, uncut. story of Mark .Chopper. Read.
The series, known as Underbelly Files: Chopper, will be once again be produced by Screentime..
Also coming up for the network is the mini-series House of Bond, which tells the rags to riches tale of the controversial business tycoon Alan Bond. Sam Neill, Rachael Taylor and Adrienne Pickering star alongside Hacksaw Ridge.s Ben Mingay as Bond.
Other cast members include Samantha Jade, Gyton Grantley, Marcus Graham, Anne Looby, Johnny Ruffo, Roy Billing, Paul Gleeson and Jack Campbell..House of Bond.was produced by Cjz, with the assistance of Screen Australia and Screen Nsw. The mini was written by Sarah Smith and directed by Mark Joffe..
Julia Morris, Peter Garrett, Delta Goodrem, Rachel Griffiths, Jane Turner and Shane Jacobson have joined season eight of genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?
The eight part season, premiering September 13 on Sbs, sees eight Australians following the trail of their own ancestors.
This season includes stories about slavery, kidnapping, cannibalism and the Ira, according to a statement released by Sbs.
"The series reflects the countless different paths that led the way to modern Australia, with tales from the grandeur of the Prussian court to the swelter of Pacific Islands, via the midnight sun in Scandinavia and the vaults of the Bank of England. The illustrious protagonists learn of the sacrifices their forebears made, overcoming hurdles and heartbreak to allow their offspring to shine and help make up the proud patchwork of diversity that is Australia in the 21st century."
Who Do You Think You Are?
Delta Goodrem has joined season five of Nine's House Husbands.
Goodrem will play Izzy Dreyfus, the new reading recovery teacher at Nepean South Primary School.
"Riding in on her cafe racer motorbike, brilliant, beautiful and slightly tomboyish Izzy both excites and frightens everyone in the House Husbands world and her audacious attitude is instrumental in diverting a threat to the Nepean South community that none of them see coming." .
Goodrem said: .I couldn.t be happier to join the amazing House Husbands family. It.s such a fantastic Aussie drama that I love — and my whole family loves — so I feel very lucky and cannot wait to get started..
Nine.s co-Heads of Drama, Jo Rooney and Andy Ryan, said they were excited to welcome Goodrem to the cast..
"Delta is a much-loved Australian performer who brings a special star quality to our screens. We can.t wait
If reports are to be believed, Australian “nice girl”, singer-superstar Delta Goodrem is engaged in a poisonous feud with her fellow Voice judge, British “nice girl” singer-superstar, Jessie J. “It’s real,” confirmed Channel Nine to the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, supplying readers with incontrovertible proof of the breakdown of relations: Delta unleashing no less than a “full repertoire of death stares to her fellow judge”. This collection of icicle-eyed hate glaring is viewable in a highlights reel that Nine released to the internet, an act of selfless charity one expects from the commercial television corporation.
Since The Voice began screening scenes of a conflict unparalleled in enmity since the start of the Korean war (peace as yet undeclared, 65 years on), global entertainment media has,
Delta Goodrem sidesteps Marlon Wayanss Instagram insult
Aussie anthems: Kylies Cant Get You Out of My Head
Its all too easy to poke fun at soap-turned-pop stars, but no one predicted that legitimate Hollywood outfit Guy Pearce would be next in line. The former Neighbours actor cum A-lister is set to release his album Broken Bones on 7 November, with live appearances in Melbourne and Sydney to follow.
First single Storm is surprisingly (for those unschooled in Pearces musical passions) good. The track falls squarely in the Aussie singer-songwriter category, somewhere between Augie March and the John Butler Trio, with a funky baseline sliding playfully under Pearces croon.
Be careful who you Instagram about.
Marlon Wayans, 42, was in for quite the shock when he posted this picture of him next to an "unrhythmic white woman" at the Jay Z and Beyonce On the Run tour in Pasadena Sunday night on his Instagram, not realizing she was actually Australian pop star Delta Goodrem, 29.
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"Man I got the most Unrhythmic White Woman dancing next to me at the jay and bay concert... This b**ch dancing to AC/DC," he wrote.
Goodrem -- also well-known for dating Nick Jonas in 2011 -- was a coach on the Australian version of The Voice and also had a hit album in 2003.
After fans took to social media to bash Wayans for his comments, not surprisingly, the comedian refused to apologize.
Ok so let me start by saying suck it
During her interview with the publication, the 29-year-old singer opened up about her illness and revealed her thoughts about settling down.
Check out a few highlights from Miss Goodrem's interview below. For more, be sure to visit InStyle Australia!
On Hodgkin's lymphoma:
“Wearing my little wig… it’s hard to talk about that moment in my life without crying. I can transport myself right there, standing there with my family. I can’t talk about it, I’m sorry. The extremity of everything that had gone on; my nurse was backstage and here I was collecting all these awards. It’s everything you dream about as a kid but then I was fighting for my life as I walked off the stage.
The singer, who will judge 'The Voice Kids' later this year, said that she is still affected by the negative comments she faced in the last season of the reality show, News.com.au reported.
According to InStyle magazine, the 29-year-old musician said that people had their own perception towards her, no matter what she did.
She further added that people were not used to her having her own point of views.
Goodrem said that she was devastated and never wanted.
The delayed two-hour show, which started at 8.30 pm, drew an average audience of 400,000 in the capital cities and a peak of 540,000. That was better than last year.s one-hour telecast which had 331,000 viewers. To be fair the AFI confirmed Ten as its broadcast partner only a couple of weeks before that so there was a lack of promotion last year.
The show, which had a weak lead-in from Jamie Oliver's new series Save with Jamie,. was beaten by Person of Interest on Nine and Bones on Seven.
On Facebook and Twitter there was a pronounced backlash against The Great Gatsby.s domination over The Rocket. Kim Mordaunt.s low-budget Lao-set drama got 12 nominations, two fewer than Baz Luhrmann.s opus,
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