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Delta Goodrem reveals she’s considering changing her name amid Covid-19 variant crisis

Delta Goodrem reveals she’s considering changing her name amid Covid-19 variant crisis

Delta Goodrem reveals she’s considering changing her NAME as the Delta variant of Covid locks down millions of Australians

Delta Goodrem may have one of the most recognisable names in the Australian music business. 

But the rise of Covid’s highly-contagious new variant Delta has left songstress wondering whether its time to find a new moniker.  

The 36-year-old, who is currently isolating in Sydney with her boyfriend Matthew Copley, floated the idea with fans last week on Twitter while promoting an upcoming series of online performances.  

What’s in a name? Delta Goodrem, 36, (pictured) has joked she’s considering changing her name, as the Delta variant of Covid-19 locks down millions of Australians 

‘Hi all, it’s me the artist formerly known as Delta [wonky face emoji],’ the Born To Try singer lamented. 

‘Looking for a new name and Tour songs to sing for THURSDAY NIGHT BUNKERDOWN SESSION!! Let me know your dream songs and ideas for the setlist xxx,’ she added. 

While Delta was likely joking about the name-change, some fans couldn’t help but air their concerns.   

'Looking for a new name': Delta, who is currently isolating in Sydney with her boyfriend Matthew Copley, floated the idea with fans last week on Twitter while promoting an upcoming series of online performances

‘Looking for a new name’: Delta, who is currently isolating in Sydney with her boyfriend Matthew Copley, floated the idea with fans last week on Twitter while promoting an upcoming series of online performances 

'New name? I hope you are joking, never change your name': While Delta was likely joking about the name-change, some fans couldn't help but air their concerns

‘New name? I hope you are joking, never change your name’: While Delta was likely joking about the name-change, some fans couldn’t help but air their concerns

‘New name? I hope you are joking, never change your name,’ one Tweeted. 

‘Heh? New name? Whyy….’, another complained.  

Coronavirus’ Delta variant was previously known as the Indian variant, and is based on the mutation’s origin.  

Nothing to do with her! The World Health Organisation renamed virus variants using the Greek alphabet to stop stigma

Nothing to do with her! The World Health Organisation renamed virus variants using the Greek alphabet to stop stigma

The names were officially changed by the World Health Organisation in May, using the Greek alphabet to stop stigma and simplify discussion, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.  

It comes as millions of Australians remain in lockdown as Delta sweeps the nation.  

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On Tuesday, the worrying outbreak in New South Wales grew by another 112 cases, an alarming 48 of which are unlinked to known clusters. 

The state’s triple-figure rise in coronavirus cases is the largest daily increase since April 2020. 

Record: The state's triple-figure rise in coronavirus cases is the largest daily increase since April 2020

Record: The state’s triple-figure rise in coronavirus cases is the largest daily increase since April 2020

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