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Delta Goodrem commemorates Neighbours finale with emotional cover of iconic theme song


In honour of the Neighbours season finale, Delta Goodrem gave the show’s enduring theme song an emotional rendition.

The iconic theme song, originally sang by Barry Crocker, was covered acoustically by the Innocent Eyes singer on Thursday to honour the long-running series.

In the video posted to Instagram, Delta, 37, can be seen playing the iconic song while her boyfriend Matthew Copley plays guitar in the background.

Partner Matt is dressed in a formal black suit and a red scarf in the video, while Delta dons a straightforward white T-shirt and red jacket.


The singer of the Born to Try hit gave a tearful farewell to the programme that served as the catalyst for her career.

She penned, “Goodbye Neighbors.” “The programme has been with us all our lives, and it is such a bittersweet day since it’s ending!”

Thankful for the memories and everything it brought us, she continued.

From 2002 to 2003, Delta portrayed Nina Tucker on the adored series before taking a break after being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s cancer.


She came back in 2004 and 2005, and she even had a guest appearance in 2015 for the show’s 30th anniversary.

Fans loved her character so much that in 2003, Delta won a TV Week Logie for The Most Popular New Female Talent.

In 2003, Delta utilised the show as a springboard for her singing career, and her debut album Innocent Eyes spent a record-breaking 29 weeks at the top of the Australian charts.

Along with Margot Robbie, Jessie Spencer, Holly Valance, and Natalie Imbruglia, Delta made a video appearance in the series finale.


The classic swansong also featured prominent appearances by Guy Pearce (Mike Young), Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Izzy Hoyland), Harold Bishop (Ian Smith), Shane Ramsay (Peter O’Brien), and Izzy Hoyland (Izzy Hoyland).

In addition to Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan, who played Charlene and Scott Robinson respectively, they were joined by Daniel MacPherson (Joel Samuels), Mark Little (Joe Mangel), Paul Keane (Des Clarke), and others.

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