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Jackie ‘O’ Henderson shocked by X-rated nude radio dating segment

By Kate Dennett for Daily Mail Australia

00:06 May 17, 2024, updated 01:25 May 17, 2024

Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson have recalled a wild incident that happened on their radio show’s Naked Dating.

The segment sees two listeners strip down in the KIIS FM studio for a naked date.

Jackie revealed the pair shared a steamy kiss in the studio before things got X-rated as they left for an extended date in a limousine.

The couple were taken on a drive around Sydney and Jackie witnessed the woman performing a sex act on the man while the cameras were still focused on them.

“I don’t think she was really interested in him, but she was willing to take him in the limousine,” Jackie told news.com.au.

Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (pictured) have recalled the craziest incident from the Naked Dating segment of their radio show.
Jackie revealed how the pair shared a steamy kiss in the studio before things were X-rated as they left for an extended date in a limousine.

“We had cameras there and we were heading towards them because the date was going to be extended.”

Her co-host Kyle, 52, added: “We were live and I looked at Jackie and thought, ‘Well, we’ve always wanted this, and now here it is and I don’t know what to do ‘.’

The co-hosts did not broadcast or mention the sexual act on their radio show because it would have been a violation of the Commercial Radio Code of Practice.

Jackie claimed the women “ghosted” her partner after the nude tryst and gave him a fake number.

It comes after Jackie recently revealed her theory on why breakfast radio hosts like her might be blocked on celebrity dating app, Raya.

The couple were taken on a drive around Sydney and Jackie witnessed the woman performing a sex act on the man while the cameras were still focused on them.
The segment sees two listeners strip down in the KIIS FM studio for a naked date.

On Thursday’s The Kyle & Jackie O Show, Jackie said that despite seeking “credentials” for the exclusive app, many radio presenters were denied access.

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“They were turned down,” she said, to which Kyle replied, “Who do these people think they are?”

“Well, they’re so protective of (celebrities’ privacy on the app) that I think they might be worried because we’re working on breakfast radio style shows,” Jackie theorized.

“(Raya is worried) we might talk about certain people on the air, which obviously we wouldn’t do.”

Giving her verdict on the app, she said: “You’re not missing anything, trust me”, agreeing with Kyle that most “industry people” on the app are “douchebags”.