Delta Goodrem invited the world to its $ 4.8 million home in Sydney on Sunday.
The 35-year-old Australian singer performed live from her living room as part of Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen One World COVID-19 fundraiser, which was broadcast worldwide.
She bought the Darlinghurst apartment in January 2019 and turned it into the perfect place to hang out with longtime boyfriend Matthew Copley.
Welcome! Delta Goodrem (L) and boyfriend Matthew Copley (R) invited the world to their $ 4.8 million home in Sydney on Sunday while performing for Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen One World.
Delta gave fans a taste of the musical setup inside her plush property as she played Together We Are On with Matthew at 6:30 am (AEST) Sunday.
She has a grand piano in a corner of the large open living room, located next to several gold shelves filled with her prestigious awards.
Last week, the couple shared a video on Instagram blurred by their fluffy white sofa.
Huge! Delta bought the Darlinghurst apartment in January 2019 and turned it into the perfect place to isolate themselves from COVID-19 with longtime boyfriend Matthew
What a view! Two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit offers Hyde Park views from its two balconies and 180 square meters of interior space for luxurious living
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit offers views of Hyde Park from its two balconies, and 180 square meters of interior space for luxurious living.
The Delta home is on the seventh floor of a luxury apartment building, with 87 units.
Its complex has a gym, 20-meter swimming pool, hammam, spa and sauna.
The building also includes a common wine storage area, so the singer will never have to visit a nearby bottle store to refill her glass.
Comfortable! Last week, Delta and Matthew shared a video blocked by his soft white sofa
Creative! Delta writes and records new music while isolating himself at home
Delta has been isolating himself inside the property with boyfriend Matthew for weeks.
She writes and records new music as the couple tries to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home, using her quarantine time creatively.
The star was broadcast live as part of Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen One World: Together at Home concert, raising funds for the prevention of COVID-19 on Sunday.
After his performance on Sunday, Delta shared poignant words.
“All over the world, I want to send our love from Australia. To all our friends there, be safe. Lets do all the prevention and everything we were told, “she said.
“Let everyone do this together, we are a team. Together we are one. ’
Become global! The star was broadcast live as part of Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen One World: Together at Home concert, raising funds for COVID-19 prevention on Sunday