Delta Goodrem and her boyfriend Matthew Copley were on top of the world at Sydney Airport on Sunday after the singer’s album release party the night before.
The Australian singer, 36, beamed as she made her way through the terminal in a chic designer ensemble.
The Born To Try star looked like a million dollars in white wide-leg pants, a Henley top and a black jacket.
On the roof of the world! Delta Goodrem and her VERY tall boyfriend Matthew Copely looked incredibly chic walking through Sydney airport on Sunday
She was outfitted with a pair of black patent leather stilettos and a Bally logo tote bag, which retails for around $ 1,500.
Delta arrived at the airport without her mask before quickly donning a flower mask as she entered the terminal.
Her very tall musician boyfriend looked every inch like a rocker in a leather biker jacket, black jeans with skinny legs and black boots.
He also wore pilot sunglasses as he walked through the terminal.
Stunning: The Born To Try star looked like a million dollars in white wide-leg pants, a Henley top and a black jacket
Rock chic: Meanwhile, Delta’s very tall musician boyfriend looked every inch like the rocker in a leather biker jacket, black skinny jeans and black boots
Meanwhile, radio hosts Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton were shocked by an interview with Delta Nova 919 breakfast show this week.
The pair tried to talk to the Innocent Eyes hitmaker about her new music, but she was regularly distracted during the conversation.
The segment was all really fun though, as Liam basically arranged the awkward phone call with Delta ahead of time to fool Ben.
Jokers: Meanwhile, radio hosts Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton had a shocker from an interview with Delta on their Nova 919 breakfast show this week
“You’re about to listen to the worst interview we’ve ever done,” Liam said.
‘But that’s how it was planned. Ben thought we were on the phone with Delta [but] she was just next door and we played some crazy sound effects to confuse the guy, ‘he added.
Indeed, Delta hid next door and joined in the joke, adjusting her reactions while sound effects played in the background, including a barking dog and drum beats.
Funny: The pair tried to talk to Delta, 36, about her new music, but she was often distracted during the conversation. The segment was all a lot of fun though, as Liam (pictured) basically arranged the awkward phone call with Delta ahead of time to fool Ben.
At one point, a dog in the background was barking and Delta said, ‘Sorry guys! That’s my dog, Max. Stop it, stop it! ‘
Later, a crying baby sound effect was played and Delta covered it up by saying she had family with her at this point.
While the drums were being heard, Delta said it was her brother, Trent Goodrem, who made the noise and pretended to yell at him to be quiet.
Tricky: At one point, a dog barked in the background and Delta said, “Sorry guys. That’s my dog, Max. Stop it, stop it! Ben is pictured here
Liam then cut off Delta, but Ben seemingly no wiser.
‘I think we can call it [a day]”Delta,” he said, hanging from the superstar.
Afterward, Liam told a shocked Ben that it was all a joke. Fortunately, he took the joke in his stride and didn’t worry too much.
Delta meanwhile is preparing to release her sixth studio album.
She spoke last week about how she stays motivated and why she decided to open up her secret health battle on her new album.
“With songwriting, there is a shared experience of connecting with people,” she told Daily Mail Australia.
New work: Delta prepares to release its sixth studio album
“There is a reason why you share these vulnerabilities or these stories,” explains Delta.
‘I think that kind of transparency that’s going on with people sharing is something that brings us even closer together.
“There is strength and vulnerability, but I think the reason you share it is because you don’t know what someone else is going through and someone else may have something to do with it.”
Delta also considered her decision to release a song about her secret health struggle, in which she lost her ability to speak.
“ When we were in lockdown, it was a really important message to say you just don’t know what someone is going through, ” she said.
‘Through music I can say how I feel and talk about that moment of silence, but it really was at the heart of what made that whole record. It was the reset. ‘
Delta continued, “It was a return to just sitting barefoot at the piano, playing my song, writing from the heart, and being honest in the music.”
Delta’s new album and book, Bridge Over Troubled Dreams, is out out now
Candid: Delta spoke last week about how she stays motivated and why she decided to open up her secret health battle on her new album. Pictured in November