She is known for her animated display around the buzzer on The Voice Australia.
And on Sunday, judge Delta Goodrem, 34, revealed what it takes for contestants to get her groove going on the show.
‘When you know there is potential and you want to be their mentor; you love their tone or something just grabs you,’ she told Sunday Life.
That special something: The Voice Australia judge Delta Goodrem, 34, (pictured) revealed what it takes for contestants to get her groove going on the show
The Wings star added she also gives a shot to those with soulful voices but a sense of fragility, as well as those whose consummate prowess is noticeable straight away.
‘There are the absolute pros who you feel confident will hit every note and be a force,’ she revealed in her latest interview.
The singer’s dramatic pre-chair turn behaviour has come under fire from fans of the reality singing show in recent seasons.
Controversy: In the past, Delta has been criticised for her animated display around the buzzer
‘One thing that p***es me off is when Delta stands up and starts dancing,’ one fan wrote on social media back in 2017.
‘It’s just a button Delta. Try and press it without the bulls**t theatrics,’ another said.
In her most recent interview, the Australian singing icon also addressed the reuse of the show’s old contestants – which has also come in for criticism from contestants.
‘The show is as exciting as ever. We have the All Stars and artists you’ve seen previously who have come back to audition again,’ she said.
Delta added bringing back the ‘All Stars’ to have another shot at stardom is part of what makes the new season so enthralling.
The reality show announced last month it will again reuse contestants from previous seasons – amid reports it struggles to find enough new talent.
Former contestants: Delta added bringing back the ‘All Stars’ to have another shot at stardom is part of what makes the new season so enthralling
Last year, of the 48 contestants announced as finalists ten had already participated on TV talent shows.
It comes amid fears a rating drop could lead to the long-running show being axed.
‘Ratings wise, they are expecting 800,000 max… obviously, the outrageous coaches’ salaries cannot justify the ratings numbers,’ sources claimed to New Idea.
Last year, of the 48 contestants announced as finalists ten had already participated on TV talent shows (pictured last year’s winner Sam Perry – who was a new contestant)