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Singer Kate Ceberano reveals that she battled with low self-worth during Covid lockdowns

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Singer Kate Ceberano reveals that she battled with low self-worth during Covid lockdowns: ‘I felt like I was completely pointless’

Kate Ceberano has shared how she battled with feeling ‘useless’ during the pandemic lockdowns. 

The singer, 56, admits her self-worth took a dive when she couldn’t perform for audiences. 

‘I think I felt like I was completely pointless. I felt I had nothing I could do that was of value to anyone or for anyone,’ she tells The Daily Telegraph. 

‘All my life I’ve been able to make a person sing along, make Friday night out better. I’ve made them feel that their weddings were important and made people feel better through drought and fire’ Kate continued. 

‘During Covid, I just felt completely useless. I just thought that I better start to decide where I want to see myself coming out of Covid. What value am I going to have?’

Kate Ceberano (pictured) has shared how she battled with feeling 'useless' during the pandemic lockdowns. The singer, 56, admits her self-worth took a dive when she couldn't perform for audiences

Kate Ceberano (pictured) has shared how she battled with feeling ‘useless’ during the pandemic lockdowns. The singer, 56, admits her self-worth took a dive when she couldn’t perform for audiences

Kate said she busied herself by running a television show from inside her home and every Friday night she staged a concert for her viewers.

That innovation led to her being inspired to record new music and the eventual release of her latest album, My Life is a Symphony, which she made with backing from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. 

In November, Kate celebrated her 56th birthday and marked the date by reflecting on how ‘lucky’ she was to have made it to the milestone.

The Bedroom Eyes singer shared a glowing birthday selfie with her Facebook followers and captioned it with some thoughtful words.

'I think I felt like I was completely pointless. I felt I had nothing I could do that was of value to anyone or for anyone' she said

‘I think I felt like I was completely pointless. I felt I had nothing I could do that was of value to anyone or for anyone’ she said 

‘I feel so lucky today. I have a house over my head, music, art and travel. Not everyone is so lucky,’ she wrote.

Kate said she considers herself fortunate to have had advantages in life and always tries to be mindful of those who are struggling. 

‘In a world busy building and tearing itself down I consider these things an enormous privilege. I never take them for granted’ she said. 

Kate first rose to fame in the early 80s as the lead singer of the pioneering Melbourne funk-pop band I’m Talking.

She also had success as a solo artist, with such hits as Young Boys Are My Weakness and Pash.

'During Covid, I just felt completely useless. I just thought that I better start to decide where I want to see myself coming out of Covid. What value am I going to have?' Kate explained

‘During Covid, I just felt completely useless. I just thought that I better start to decide where I want to see myself coming out of Covid. What value am I going to have?’ Kate explained 

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