In 2014, Sandilands made his first appearance in a motion picture in Fat Pizza vs. The film was first shown in Australian cinemas on 27 November 2014.In 1999, he moved to Sydney, and commenced at 2Day FM as host of the Hot30 Countdown, replacing "Ugly Phil O'Neil", a former husband of Henderson (Jackie O).
Sandilands claimed that he meant no disrespect to those with Down syndrome.
On 3 August 2009, Network Ten issued a press statement announcing that Sandilands had been sacked from Australian Idol, citing the network's view that the Kyle and Jackie O Show's content was incompatible with the family-oriented image of Idol.
Love Island is insanely popular overseas, and has a little more of the controversy and fun we wish the Bachelor series would have.
fans will have been following the post-finale interview, appearances and social media posts of Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy with the sort of vigour generally reserved for accessing your ex-partner’s new relationship.
In October 2005, he referred to the eventual 2005 Idol winner Kate De Araugo's arms as "tuckshop lady arms".
A year later, Sandilands referred to contestant Bobby Flynn as a "mong" – a derogatory slang term for mongoloid, referring to people suffering from Down syndrome.
However, anyone with eyes will attest to Monk’s sincerity, and has seen how hard it is for her to lie. Friends of Monk, including radio host Kyle Sandilands have come out saying Monk is telling the truth, and that her lack of enthusiasm on The Project was due to sheer exhaustion. she probably would have told me,” Sandilands said during his radio show. Adding to that, Monk and Stu have been spotted out together (away from cameras) and are reportedly very relaxed with each other’s company — definitely a sign they’re still together.
Monk has also posted a video to her Instagram with friendly stranger Jan, who debunked the rumours head on, saying “I’ve seen the way you’re behaving. However, due to the awkward nature of their television interviews, plus Stu’s reputation as a playboy, there’s a chance that they have broken up.
In 2002, Sandilands competed in the only Australian series of Celebrity Big Brother. On 14 July 2008, two weeks before the season finale, Sandilands appeared on the 2007 Australian season of Big Brother.