Jackie O is the leading lady of Australia's airwaves. A household name, Jackie is an award-winning radio and television host who is famous for her style both on-air, and off.
Jackie's career in radio began in 1993 when she joined Triple M as their 'phone girl'. It didn't take long for bosses to recognise her talent and she was soon invited to co-host the Hot 30 Countdown. Broadcasting across Australia every week night, the show was a huge success and after six years, she moved with Kyle Sandilands to present the Drive show on Sydney's No.1 hit music station, 2DayFM.
Having built an army of loyal and fun-loving listeners, Kyle and Jackie took over the reigns on the flagship 2DayFM breakfast show in early 2005.
Kyle and Jackie began hosting mcm media’s nationally syndicated interactive chart show, ‘The Hot Hits’ in 2000, broadcasting to more than 1 million people every week of the year until November 2009.
In January 2010, Kyle and Jackie O became only the 3rd ever hosts of Australia’s biggest national countdown, Take 40 Australia.
In addition to her prestigious radio work, Jackie has been seen on TV including co-hosting Big Brother, Popstars, Australian Princess and also appearing on The Morning Shift and The Nation.
As one of our country’s most popular broadcasters, Kyle is one half of the #1 rating Sydney breakfast duo "The Kyle and Jackie O Show".
In 2000 Kyle joined Jackie O on the Hot30 Countdown, which they turned into a nightly national institution, with unprecedented ratings across Australia. They went on to host the national drive time slot before moving into breakfast on the Austereo network in 2005. It was during this time that this inimitable radio star propelled 2Day FM from 8th place to be the number one FM station.
The Kyle and Jackie O Show has dominated the ratings as the number one breakfast show since 2005.
Kyle and Jackie began hosting mcm media’s nationally syndicated interactive chart show, ‘The Hot Hits’ in 2000, broadcasting to more than 1 million people every week of the year until November 2009. In January 2010, Kyle and Jackie O became only the 3rd ever hosts of Australia’s biggest national countdown, Take 40 Australia.
Kyle joined the judging panel of Australian Idol in 2004 and audiences quickly fell for his no-nonsense honesty and unique humour.
In addition to his award-winning radio work, Kyle co-hosted Big Brother in 2008 and owns King Kyle, a production company. Various King Kyle projects have led him to work with some of the music industry’s best producers, performers and managers, including Snoop Dogg, Ne-Yo, Jay-Z, Clive Davis and L.A. Reid. King Kyle also has a number of international TV, film and music projects in production.