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Kyle Sandilands

About Kyle Sandilands

Kyle Sandilands (born 10 June 1971) is an Australian radio host, best known for hosting, with Jackie O, Australia's only interactive chart show. Tamara Jaber is his wife. In July 2009, Tamara Jaber revealed that she has lesbian tendencies.

Professional Biography

Kyle Sandilands was given the first break by journalist Mike Willesee who owned radio stations in Townsville. The first three stations that Sandilands worked for belong to Willesee.

Australian Idol

In August 2009, Ten decided to remove Kyle Sandilands as one of the judges of Australian Idol. This announcement came just a day after Sandilands and co-host Jackie O were pulled off air indefinitely by radio station 2DayFM. Reports say Sandilands will earns about $1 million of his estimated annual $2.8 million income from Idol. Simon Fuller is reported to have given his approval to sack Kyle.

Personal Biography

Money & Happiness

In October 2012, Kyle Sandilands revealed that all the money he has has brought him no happiness. In an interview to veteran journalist Mike Willesee, Sandilands said that he used to go buy whatever he wants but after some time, he gets bored with it.


Kyle Sandilands revealed that he would like to have kids, though he thinks he is not kid friendly. It doesn't matter at what he has kids, he said. ''I won't mind being the world's oldest dad!'' Sandilands said in October 2012.


Kyle Sandilands's memoir 'Scandalands' will be released on 23 October 2012. In his memoir, Sandilands detailed his low self-esteem, lack of education and a solid family life that he misses.

Kyle Sandilands in News

Lara Bingle's 25th b'day to become episode of reality show
Lara Bingle's reality television program may have lost 20 percent of its audience between weeks one and two, but at least her 25th birthday party at CarriageWorks gave the producers something to shoot for an upcoming episode.

Warnie named Un-Australian of the year
Shane Warne, who is a national sporting hero and has also wooed Elizabeth Hurley, has been labelled as Un-Australian of the Year by a leading lad's magazine.

Lara Bingle wants own reality TV show
Australian fashion model Lara Bingle wants her life dramas captured through a reality TV series.

Mel B may replace Kyle Sandilands as judge on 'The X Factor'
The news doing the rounds is that Melanie Brown could possibly join the jury panel on Channel 7's reality television show 'The X Factor', replacing Kyle Sandilands.

Lara Bingle lets slip on-air she took her friends demerit points
Australian model Lara Bingle has let slip on-air that she had illegally copped demerit points for her friends, which caused her to lose her driver's licence.

Tania Zaetta denies drunken, racial slur allegations
Australian actress Tania Zaetta has denied allegations that she was drunk and had hurled racial slurs at bouncers of a nightclub.

Hindus concerned at Ganesh vs. Hitler play in Melbourne Festival
Hindus are concerned at the play "Ganesh Versus the Third Reich", which is having a world premiere at Melbourne Festival in Australia on September 29.

Hindus welcome Oz radio host's apology over anti-Ganga, anti-India remarks
The Hindus have welcomed the apology by popular Australian radio/TV personality Kyle Sandilands and his radio station "2dayFM" over his remarks about their sacred river Ganga and India, calling it a "step in the right direction".

Oz radio host apologises for anti-Ganga, anti-India remarks
An Australian radio show host has apologised to the Hindu community over his alleged derogatory remarks on India and her holy river the Ganges.

Hindus urge action against Oz radio show over Ganga ridicule
The Hindus have urged the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to take appropriate action against radio host Kyle Sandilands, Sydney's radio station "2dayFM 104.1" and its owner Southern Cross Austereo for ridiculing their sacred river Ganga and India.

Hindus upset at Oz radio station remarks on river Ganga and India
The Hindus are protesting against a Sydney (Australia) radio station where a popular radio host reportedly termed river Ganga as 'junkyard' and India a 'sh*t hole'.

Protest against Australian radio station for dubbing River Ganga a 'junkyard'
Members of the Vishal Bharat Sansthan in Varanasi have protested against an Australian radio station for describing the River Ganga as a 'junkyard' and India as a 'sh*t hole'.

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