Kyle and Jackie O

November 30, 2013 by  

Kyle and Jackie O, IT WAS the radio industry’s worst kept secret, but Kyle and Jackie O have finally announced they will be heading to 106.5.

After 13 years as the breakfast duo on Southern Cross Austereo’s 2Day FM, the pair have signed contracts with rival ARN (Australian Radio Network) for 2014.

Sandilands and Henderson completed their final show on 2Day FM this morning, saying they felt “weird” about the end of an era with SCA.

A huge celebration in the studio right now. Thank you for listening!!! Tweet your memories using #KJshow xxx

— Kyle and Jackie O (@kyleandjackieo) November 28, 2013

“It feels weird because we have worked with some amazing people here over the years,” said Sandilands.

“It felt a bit weird driving to work this morning actually.”

Jackie O thanked staff and listeners in her final address.

“Most importantly to all the listeners who have been incredibly loyal, we have had a fantastic ride here and it has been so so enjoyable and a great company to work for,” said Jackie O.

While Kyle, typically signed off by talking about money.

“OK guys, we love you, thanks for listening to us whether it was every day or every now and then, we’ve loved it here,” he said. “God, we’ve made millions of dollars out of these people. Thank you very much. And we’ve made this company hundreds millions too so don’t you worry about that, and we’ve shared it around.”

Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O pictured in the 2dayFM studio. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: News Limited

ARN’s Chief Executive Ciaran Davis said in a statement: “Kyle and Jackie are one of the world’s biggest radio shows, and are joined every day by the world’s biggest stars. It’s unprecedented to have the country’s #1 radio team move networks to create a brand new station and we couldn’t be happier that they’ve made this switch with us.

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