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The piano-based ballad "Born to Try", co-written by Audius Mtawarira, premiered on the show and reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and number three in the UK.
Born to Try was certified triple Platinum in Australia for sales of over 210,000 copies.
After announcing in late December 2003 that she was in remission, Goodrem began work on her second studio album.
Goodrem received two nominations at the 2004 Logie Awards including a Gold Logie nomination for "Most Popular Personality on Australian Television".
It was on the List of best-selling albums in Australia, with over four million copies sold.
Goodrem's second album, Mistaken Identity (2004), was created while she was suffering from cancer. In 2007, Goodrem released Delta, her third number-one album, which saw another number-one single, "In This Life".
The album's fourth single, "Not Me, Not I", was released following the announcement Goodrem had been diagnosed with cancer.
It became her fourth consecutive number one single in Australia, overtaking the previous effort of three number-ones from Kylie Minogue's debut album, Kylie (1988).
Goodrem signed to Sony Music at the age of 15 and released her debut album, Innocent Eyes (2003), which topped the ARIA Albums Chart for 29 consecutive weeks.
"Out of the Blue" debuted at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and number nine in the UK".
This was Goodrem's sixth straight number one single in Australia. "Almost Here", a duet with Irish singer Brian Mc Fadden was released as the third single and reached number three in the UK and became her seventh ARIA number one, along with her first number one in Ireland. "A Little Too Late" was released only in Australia and peaked at number 13.
"Be Strong" was released as the album's fifth and final single in Australia as a digital download on 17 October 2005.
At the time of release, digital downloads were not included as part of the main singles chart, therefore it was ineligible to chart.