Delta Goodrem. Picture: Reuters

Delta Goodrem has denied claims she is dating her fellow The Voice coach Seal.

Woman's Day magazine features Goodrem and Seal on the cover with the headline: "Yes, we're in love!"

"It started with a kiss on the red carpet at last year's TV Week Logie Awards, and now set insiders say Delta Goodrem and Seal have reignited their romance – and can't keep their hands off each other," the magazine has reported.

A source told the magazine that their chemistry was so apparent that they looked like love-struck teenagers.

"No one would be surprised if they were more than just friends," the source said.

The magazine said the pair were "going to great lengths to hide their blossoming romance" and that a Channel Nine spokeswoman had played down their relationship.

But Goodrem, 28, told the Kyle and Jackie O breakfast radio show yesterday that she and Seal had laughed at the fictional story.

"It's really quite extreme that people would say that," Goodrem said.

"That story is made up out of thin air. I really do love all the guys, Ricky, Joel and Seal.

"There's no partnerships there but there are beautiful friendships between all of us.

"Seal and I chatted about it yesterday and we were saying we should have a wedding on the show just so we can have a laugh about it all."

Goodrem has drawn the ire of The Voice fans on Twitter after her comments last night about one of the acts on the TV show.

Steve Clisby had finished belting out his version of the Barry White sultry hit Can't Get Enough of Your Love when Goodrem asked his name and said: "You are one cool cat, Steve Clisby."

Clisby thanked the star coach for her praise about his voice but questioned why she failed to turn her chair for his performance.

Goodrem defended herself by saying that as a "brother" Seal would have been a better coach for Clisby.

A clearly shocked Seal replied: "What? Oh, because we're both black?"

The spinning chairs, or rather a lack of spinning, caused a flood of tweets from angry fans.

"To be continued" was splashed across the screen when the chairs of coaches Ricky Martin and Joel Madden failed to turn for the performance of Kathy Hinch.

The Voice fans took to Twitter to say it was a rotten way to attract viewers to the Nine Network show.

The West Australian

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