Delta Goodrem dazzles in a latex-style gown during Fashion Week.
Delta Goodrem stunned at Australian Fashion Week yesterday, performing in a skin-tight latex ensemble.
Delta Goodrem stole the show on Thursday during Australian Fashion Week in Sydney.
The Australian singer, who recently debuted at No. 1 with her seventh studio album Bridge Over Troubled Dreams, walked the runway in a daring, skin-tight pink PVC latex-style gown.
Goodrem performed her latest single The Power as models walked the runway at Sydney's Carriageworks for the Manning Cartell show. Additionally, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was in attendance on Thursday, cutting a stylish figure as she took a front-row seat alongside her sister Mary.
A day earlier, Julie Bishop, another pollie, stole the show in a striking neon leopard print gown by local label Meraki.
In September and October, Goodrem will embark on her next national arena tour in support of the new album – tickets and additional information are available on her website.
The album's stirring lead single, Paralyzed, is a reference to Goodrem's secret health battle, which he only revealed publicly last year. She revealed to fans that she awoke from surgery on her salivary gland to discover she was unable to speak due to a paralysis of a nerve in her tongue. After months of rehabilitation, including daily speech therapy, Goodrem regained her voice.
“I share this with you as an artist sharing the inspiration for the poetry in this song, and as a human who deeply feels and understands that everyone has their own story and struggles,” she said last year in a video introducing the single.
“You never know what another person is going through, and this is a particularly trying time for many people. As a result, I am sending you this story with a message of hope and love.”