Delta Goodrem over Jessie J feud
Delta Goodrem insists she didn't bear a grudge when she fell out with fellow coach Jessie J on 'The Voice' in Australia.
Delta Goodrem only "took a second" to get over her feud with Jessie J.
The 31-year-old beauty clashed with the 'Do It Like A Dude' singer this year on the Australian version of 'The Voice' when they disagreed over a contestant's performance - with Delta storming off stage and saying "I'm over this s**t, I give up" - but she's insisted after their spat, she still had "love" for the outspoken Brit.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, she said: "I love our show. I love what she (Jessie) brought to the show ...
I mean obviously, clearly, some of it was..it took a second, at the very start. But you know, not for lack of (care) where it came from. We both cared about the artists. I cared about protecting the artists up there.
"I also believe I want everyone's dreams to come true. Because they've got to walk off that stage. I don't care about the show I care that there is a human being on stage and we are very honoured to sit in our chairs and I'm very thankful for it. Doesn't mean our opinions are always right though.
And Delta was glad her fourth season on the talent contest "rated it's head off" amid the "challenges" that Jessie brought.
She added: "We had to talk out moments, both of us, and that's what we did. But at the end of the day we had a great time making a great show. The show rated it's head off. And I really did celebrate having somebody different next to me. And it challenges me and it challenges her and it challenges all of us. But in a good way."