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Love on set: Delta and Tim’s secret romance revealed!

The Voice coach all but confirms her feelings for the hunk as she takes him through to the live finals.

We’d be lying if we said we didn’t enjoy an on-screen romance and Delta Goodrem had The Voice viewers in a state of frenzy last week after she put rumoured love interest Tim Conlon through to the show’s Final 12.
Explaining her decision to pick 23-year-old Tim over his rival Ellis, Delta deemed the handsome crooner “The artist that I feel needs my coaching."
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But fans of the show won’t 
be too surprised by Delta choosing to take Tim through 
to the next stage of the competition, given just how much she’s swooned over him from day one.
During his Blind Audition, Delta, 32, happily shared 
a kiss with the former rugby player after he presented her with a red rose.
And she tempted the northern Sydney singer to join her team by cheekily referring to herself as a “hands-on coach."
Tim says the feelings are mutual. “Delta is beautiful inside and out,” he tells Woman’s Day. “I’d have given her 10 roses if they’d fitted in my back pocket!”
Tim joins Claire and Judah making up Delta's team.
Seal has been singing his co-star's praises, recently gushing, “Firstly, she is very beautiful, but she is also quite vulnerable. Delta is quite strong… has 
a strong voice and a strong personality but [also] this air of vulnerability and that’s why people warm to her.”
The pair’s chemistry hasn’t gone unnoticed by fans, either.
“What a hot couple they’d make,” wrote one viewer, alongside a photo of the pair that Tim posted on Instagram.
“I see love forming,” said another fan.
But not everyone is likely to be so supportive of Delta and Tim’s budding romance.
It’s thought Delta’s fellow coach Seal – who has been linked to the pop princess on countless occasions and admits they share a strong connection – is feeling left out.
For the full story, be sure to pick up a copy of this week's Woman's Day magazine, on stands now!

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