And Delta Goodrem, 32, and actor Hugh Sheridan, 31, sent fans into meltdown on Tuesday when they shared flirtatious Instagram posts together. Grateful I met a soul like you.'However, his hashtags 'newbeginnings', 'newmates' and 'itbeginswithyou' may have played a part in the pair's fans questioning a relationship.
The pair shared a day out on the Sydney Harbour, where Delta was seen kissing the actor's cheek as he sported a massive grin in a sweet selfie. His followers quickly took to the post to speculate, congratulate and point out how cute they looked together.
The pair reportedly grew close while filming for all to see.
They split in 2011, pictured together in June 2010 in Sydney However, in an interview with 60 Minutes Delta said of their relationship: 'Do I wish that it ended earlier?
Ever since The Voice Australia's Tim Conlon presented Delta Goodrem with a rose during the blind auditions, fans have joked on Twitter about a possible romance.
That Goodrem is feeling a little exhausted is only to be expected.
Not only because she is 10 days into a UK tour to promote her second album, Mistaken Identity, but also because of the astonishing 18 months she has had.
But three days before she was due to go, she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease - cancer of the lymphatic system. '"She is determined not to be considered a special case.
Such an understated response seems typical of Goodrem, who has never complained about her illness. "I talk about my illness but I never know if the person I'm speaking to has actually had someone lose their life through cancer.
In July 2003, then just 18, her single Lost Without You entered the UK charts at number four.
She had won acclaim for her role as Nina Tucker in Neighbours, and was about to fly to America to launch her music career there.
Bojesse Pigram was criticised by Kelly Rowland for his overconfidence during the final 12 live performances and managed an improved performance on Sunday.
But the 20-year-old still struggled with pitch and eventually fell to 48-year-old Spencer Jones in a sing-off.
She shows no sign of sadness as we talk about the disease (on the contrary, she smiles throughout) and breaks off halfway through the interview to apologise, laughing: "I'm sorry if I'm getting too intense for you."The thing is," she says, "I had to get better and shut everything out. Hodgkin's is serious and I don't want to be dismissive about it, but there are people who have gone through much worse and lost their lives to cancer."Even so, it is clear that Goodrem suffered a great deal during her intensive treatment. I had all the nausea tablets and drugs to counteract the effects of other tablets.