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Over the last few weeks, more and more female celebrities have stood up for themselves against fake headlines.
Rebel Wilson and Georgia Love have spoken out against women's magazines who have started rumours about both of them that were completely untrue and now Delta Goodrem has a few words for them as well.
During an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the singer spoke out against Women's Day after they reported that she was a "diva" whilst filming The Voice.
The article said that Delta had demanded her assistants to spoon feed her salads during ad breaks and claimed that she had "banned red meat and is always asking for hard-to-get speciality foods".
This is all completely untrue.
"I wouldn't have been at The Voice for six years if I was such a diva, not that I need to justify it.
"It's important that people don't buy the lies and bullying.
"Certain magazines are trying to bring you down for no reason, they're really faceless cowards who make up whatever they want, these outrageous stories."
A spokesperson from Channel Nine supported Delta telling The Daily Mail that "the claims made in the Woman's Day article in question are either wildly exaggerate or completely untrue.
"Our superstar coaches on The Voice 2017 are all utterly professional, and a complete joy to work with for both the crew and artists."
Delta is amazing, we all know that, so we know that she'll continue to do her thing, despite the fake headlines.
You go, Delta!