While no one really knows who will be on The Voice judging panel next year, it has been recently revealed that Delta Goodrem and Boy George will be joining forces for a special project.
Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, Boy George revealed that he and Delta will release a festive song together.
“Very excited to be recording a xmas song with @DeltaGoodrem and that's all I'm saying! Lol!” he teased.
This isn’t the first time the Culture Club star released Christmas music, as dedicated fans will remember George being one of the famous singers to feature on Bob Geldof’s 1984 iconic hit, Do They Know It’s Christmas?, which raised money for those affected by famine in Ethiopia.
While none of The Voice coaches have officially confirmed whether they are staying or going on the show, George previously joked on social media that Channel Seven “couldn’t afford him”.
Solid Gold singer Delta cryptically touched on her future on The Voice during a recent interview with Stellar.
“I love the show. It’s such a wonderful experience and is something I’ve been a part of since day one,” Delta told the publication.
“I say after every season – because everybody asks every year – that, as an artist, I take in each moment and appreciate the year that’s been and all the different things I’ve been a part of,” she added.
“Then looking ahead, I step into every role and every decision for my next chapter as an ever-evolving artist, and it’s always a step-by-step process of looking at my goals and planning the year ahead.”
Meanwhile, Guy Sebastian, 39, has also weighed in, telling New Idea: “I’ve had a conversation, as has Delta. Obviously, they’re going to talk to existing coaches and tell them what their plans are.”
This article originally appeared on Over60.