Delta Goodrem’s tongue was left paralyzed after surgery in 2018, leaving her fearing for the future of her career.
The 35-year-old singer has revealed she underwent surgery at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney two years ago, where she had her salivary gland removed.
And after developing complications following the surgery, ‘The Voice’ star was left unable to speak or sing as a nerve in her tongue became paralyzed.
Delta revealed the heartbreaking story on Instagram on Sunday (08.16.20), when she said she had kept the surgery a secret up until now, and only shared the details because she wanted her fans to know why she wasn’t able to release new music.
In a video shared to Instagram which had been recorded in 2018, Delta said: