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Jessie J and Delta Goodrem mend the rift

They may have had their ups and downs, but Jessie J has waved the white flag and Delta Goodrem couldn’t be happier.

By Chloe Lal
A week after the British songstress confirmed she won't be returning to The Voice, Jessie J has mended things with her co-star Delta in a very candid shout-out.
Sharing a chummy onset snap, the 28-year-old penned this sweet tribute, “This woman works so hard. Represents her country with so much pride and cares so much about everyone she works with.”
Continuing, she gushed, “I really admire you Delta. Was so great working with you and getting to know you off camera. Congratulations on an amazing week. A number 1 album in Australia and winning the voice season 5 with Alfie!”
“So deserved! So proud,” she concluded.
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Quick to respond, Delta uploaded her own tribute to the sassy Brit, saying, “Thank you for your beautiful words, and another season ❤”
Adding, “You have brought so much to the show - your talent abounds and I am so grateful to have had you here!”
Despite their past challenges, Delts seemed to be content with her co-star's sweet message, continuing she said, “It's been a journey together girlfriend We’ll miss you. Respect and love always #GirlPower two seasons in a row! That's how we do it! Xx”
It was an extraordinary season for home-grown Delta with her team coming in first and second place.
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Alfie Arcuri took out the top spot, while teenager Adam Ladell, who suffers from Tourette's, landed in second place.
Many fans noticed the tension between Delta and Jessie over the two seasons, with host Sonia Kruger admitting when the cameras stopped rolling, things only got worse.
"It happens more than you see on television," Sonia recently revealed. "Jessie is a bull at a gate and that bluntness irritates the other coaches."
"Ronan has really surprised me this series. He is very forthright, especially when Jessie J has said something inadvertently that some people might think is a bit offensive," she added.
But it’s not all fighting for Jessie J.
The Brit got on so well with the Madden twins, she signed them on as her new managers.
The 2016 series of The Voice was the most dramatic one yet but Delta and Jessie J are determined to move on!

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