Later this month Nine will air it’s anual Christmas tradtion with a very special guest Delta Goodrem.
Aussie superstar Delta Goodrem will be calling Melbourne home this Christmas, appearing in Cats the Musicaland returning to the Carols stage to headline an impressive lineup of performers.
“I’m so looking forward to performing again at Vision Australia’s Carols by Candlelight for a beautiful night filled with friends, families and loved ones celebrating the Christmas spirit,” Delta said.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of Nine’s broadcast of the magical Christmas Eve tradition, whereAustralia’s top entertainers perform a mix of contemporary and traditional carols in a spectacle that promises to be as captivating as ever.
Artists making their Carols by Candlelight debut include The Voice 2015 winner Ellie Drennan, chart-topperTaylor Henderson, Sam Moran, Karen Jacobsen, also known as The GPS Girl, is the voice of GPS and Siri to millions around the world, plus many more performers to be announced.
Returning Carols family favourites include Anthony Callea, Tim Campbell, Marina Prior, Silvie Paladino,David Hobson and Denis Walter.
The Nine Network’s Lisa Wilkinson and David Campbell reunite to co-host the show.
“Carols by Candlelight is my favourite night of the year and I know it is for so many of our viewers as well. I’m thrilled that David Campbell is joining us again as co-host. This will be my eighth carols, and I think this year’s lineup is our best ever.” Wilkinson said.
“I’ll be back for my third year co-hosting with the wonderful Lisa Wilkinson. Christmas is my favourite time of the year and it’s made even more special this year celebrating with my twins for their very first Christmas,” Campbell said.
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Vision Australia’s Carols By Candlelight airs Thursday, December 24, at 8.00pm on Nine