Delta's autobiography entitled Delta Style: Eve Wasn't a Size 6 and Neither Am I became a best seller.
Delta was a judge in The 2007 Miss America Pageant.
In 2006, Delta appeared in a television commercial for Liberty Medical.
In 2001, Delta was nominated for a TV Guide Award in the category of Actress of the Year in a New Series
for her role on the show DAG.
If Delta would have remained on with Designing Women, Suzanne would haved married Anthony.
Designing Women's creators did not want to fire Delta in the first place, but was forced to by the network.
Delta was fired from Designing Women because she gained weight and therefore did not fit the role of the vain Suzanne.
Delta's favorite dessert is chocolate cake with pudding in the mix.
Delta's favorite perfume is Magi Noir by Lancome.
Delta has many pets including 7 dogs and 2 parrots.
After Delta was fired from Designing Women, her relationship with Dixie Carter deteriorated. The two have since rekindled their friendship in recent years.
In 2003, Delta made her Broadway debut as villainess Miss Mears in the musical comedy Thoroughly Modern Millie.
She has a huge following the gay community.
Delta was originally considered for the role of "Scarlett O'Hara" in the CBS miniseries Scarlett, but was deemed "too fat" for the role.
Delta admits she still loves tiaras after all her years she spent doing pageants.
Delta was proposed to by Gerald McRaney on their second date.
Delta still keeps in touch with all of her Designing Women castmates.
Delta's favorite episode she did on Designing Women is about her having a foster child.
Delta's very first noteworthy TV role was on The Love Boat.
She has become an advocate for plus-size people.
Delta actually starred in the CBS series Filthy Rich with Dixie Carter before they starred together on Designing Women.
In 1974, she represented Florida in the Miss America Pageant and ended up winning a talent scholarship. She used it to attend a two-year study program at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
In 1974, Delta graduated from Colonial High School in Orlando, Florida.
Delta has suffered from chronic depression since her teens.
Delta is a diabetic.
Meet her husband when he guest starred on Designing Women as Suzanne's ex-husband.
(March 2005) Starring on Broadway in Steel Magnolias (Truvy - the Dolly Parton role in the movie)
Delta has been married to actor Gerald McRaney since 1989.
Delta was nominated for an Emmy in 1990 and 1991 for her role as Suzanne Sugarbaker on Designing Women.
Delta: There weren't many 1980s TV shows I didn't make an appearance on. I even made return engagements: I was on The Love Boat three times. Nine times out of ten, my character was an oversexed vamp. I changed in and out of an awful lot of nightgowns.
Delta: (on her compulsive hoarding syndrome) At one time I had 27 storage units. I don't have a big enough house! My mom had it, it's my mother's fault. She saved the diaper I came home from the hospital in!
Delta: If you want to say it with flowers, a single rose says: "I'm cheap"