Delta Goodrem has joined season five of Nine's House Husbands.
Goodrem will play Izzy Dreyfus, the new reading recovery teacher at Nepean South Primary School.
"Riding in on her cafe racer motorbike, brilliant, beautiful and slightly tomboyish Izzy both excites and frightens everyone in the House Husbands world and her audacious attitude is instrumental in diverting a threat to the Nepean South community that none of them see coming."
Goodrem said: “I couldn’t be happier to join the amazing House Husbands family. It’s such a fantastic Aussie drama that I love – and my whole family loves – so I feel very lucky and cannot wait to get started.”
Nine’s co-Heads of Drama, Jo Rooney and Andy Ryan, said they were excited to welcome Goodrem to the cast.
"Delta is a much-loved Australian performer who brings a special star quality to our screens. We can’t wait to welcome her on-set to play Izzy.”
Playmaker Executive Producer Sue Seeary said: “Audiences adore her as a songstress and coach on The Voice and we are incredibly excited to be working with Delta the actress. The team at House Husbands are thrilled to welcome one of Australia’s most multi-talented artists – a welcome that will be heartily echoed by our audience.”
Goodrem will star alongside Hugh Sheridan, Gary Sweet, Firass Dirani, Rhys Muldoon, Julia Morris, Natalie Saleeba, Jane Allsop, Louise Siversen and Denise Scott.
Season five of House Husbands, a Playmaker production for the Nine Network with the support of Film Victoria, is currently filming in Melbourne.
Executive Producers are Andy Ryan and Jo Rooney from the Nine Network, with David Maher, David Taylor and Sue Seeary from Playmaker. The series is produced by Sue Seeary, with script producer Jo Martino and directors Grant Brown, Ian Watson, Fiona Banks and Sian Davies.