Kyle Sandilands in talks for an international reality show with Amazon

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Radio host Kyle Sandilands reveals he is in talks for a ‘big international reality show’ with streaming giant Amazon Prime Video

Radio presenter Kyle Sandilands has revealed he is in negotiations with streaming platform Amazon Prime Video for a ‘big international reality show’. 

Sandilands made the admission recently on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show, reports Woman’s Day magazine.

The 49-year-old said he had met with American executives about the project, and that he was quite keen on the idea.

Reality show: Kyle Sandilands has revealed he is in negotiations with streaming platform Amazon Prime Video for a 'big reality show'. Pictured with his girlfriend Tegan Kynaston

Reality show: Kyle Sandilands has revealed he is in negotiations with streaming platform Amazon Prime Video for a ‘big reality show’. Pictured with his girlfriend Tegan Kynaston 

‘They told me, “You’ve got the biggest radio show in the country, you know all these big stars, movie stars, musicians… you’re making your own coconut water”,’ he said.

Kyle described the proposed show as a ‘big Amazon deal’, adding that the executives ‘weren’t mucking around’ during their meeting. 

He joked he would call the show Keeping Up With Kyle, a reference to the hit E! reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Optimistic: Kyle (pictured with Delta Goodrem) described the proposed show as a 'big Amazon deal', adding that the executives 'weren't mucking around' during their meeting

Optimistic: Kyle (pictured with Delta Goodrem) described the proposed show as a ‘big Amazon deal’, adding that the executives ‘weren’t mucking around’ during their meeting 

Despite being Australia’s most popular radio announcer, Kyle is a lightening rod for controversy and has also made headlines for his health problems over the years.

Meanwhile, he is known for his lavish lifestyle and reportedly earns about $8million a year – making him the country’s highest-paid media personality.

He last appeared on TV screens in Channel 10 courtroom show Trial by Kyle. 

Identify: Despite being Australia's most popular radio announcer, Kyle is a lightening rod for controversy and has also made headlines for his health problems over the years. Pictured with singer Guy Sebastian (centre) and his KIIS FM co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson (right)

Identify: Despite being Australia’s most popular radio announcer, Kyle is a lightening rod for controversy and has also made headlines for his health problems over the years. Pictured with singer Guy Sebastian (centre) and his KIIS FM co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (right)

Amazon is starting a push for local content this year, green-lighting seven new Australian shows last month. 

The local programming slate includes The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Burning, Class of ’07, Deadloch, Head Above Water, The Moth Effect, and Warriors on the Field.

The swimming-themed documentary Head Above Water follows pop star-turned-Olympic hopeful Cody Simpson as he prepares for Paris 2024.

The four-part docu-series also features a host of elite swimmers, including Ian Thorpe, Bronte Campbell and Kyle Chambers.

Remember this? He last appeared on TV screens in Channel 10 courtroom show Trial by Kyle

Remember this? He last appeared on TV screens in Channel 10 courtroom show Trial by Kyle 

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