Australian Pop Star Delta Goodrem Has Branded Rumours She Is Engaged "Ridiculous And Completely Untrue".
The singer has been linked to DJ Chris Stafford since earlier this year (15), but they are yet to go public with their rumoured relationship.
A report surfaced on Monday (31Aug15) suggesting Goodrem had accepted a proposal from Stafford, and the star has now addressed the gossip and assured fans she has no plans to walk down the aisle any time soon.
In a post on her Facebook.com page, she writes, "I cannot believe what I'm reading... Don't hide behind a veil of a source that does not exist or clearly has no access to the truth. This is ridiculous and completely untrue."
Dance Dj Chris Stafford Has Refused To Be Drawn On Rumours He Is Dating Australian Singer Delta Goodrem.
The Stafford Brothers star was linked to the Born to Try hitmaker after they were photographed in Los Angeles and were also spotted together at one of the house music producer's gigs in May (15).
Stafford, who DJs with his brother Matt, refused to discuss the speculation on Wednesday (01Jul15) but hinted there might be romance in the air by admitting he is "not sure" what is happening between the pair.
According to the Sydney Daily Telegraph, he said, "Obviously I have seen the stories but Matt and I just want to talk about music; I will let the press talk about that. About (Goodrem), at the moment I am not sure what is going on."
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