Big Brother Contestants: Jorge Castro, Kyle Sandilands, Anthony Mundine, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, Saaa Curcic, Sasha Sokol, Iris Stefanelli
Books Group Staff, Books, LLC, Books Group
General Books LLC, 2010 - 184 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: Jorge Castro, Kyle Sandilands, Anthony Mundine, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, Sa a ur i, Marcin Najman, ris Stefanelli, Sasha Sokol, Ejay Falcon, Dragan Marinkovi, Marie Picasso, Omar Chaparro, Sabrina Sabrok, Grazielli Massafera, Wesley Dening, Carolina Gynning, Mili Vuka inovi, Pe a D'Boy, Sexy Cora, Marcelo Dourado, Blair McDonough, Janusz Dzi cio, Chrissie Swan, Imogen Bailey, Vanessa Layton, Miki uri i, Regina Bird, Bree Amer, Wikluh Sky, Kelly van der Veer, Krystal Forscutt, Ryan Fitzgerald, Danijel Alibabi, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, V tor Norte, Goga Sekuli, Linda Thelenius, Carina Dahl, Sabrina Sato, Silvina Luna, Tim Brunero, Sara-Marie Fedele, Dylan Lewis, Tamara Paganini, Antonia Petrova, Trevor Butler, Marianela Mirra, Boki 13, Elita L fblad, Bart Spring in 't Veld, Danielle Foote, Era Ojdani, Galilea Montijo, Mimi urovi, Rebekah Johansson, Kitty Jutbring, Jemma Gawned, Martina Aitolehti, Olja Karleu a. Excerpt: Kyle Dalton Sandilands (born 10 June 1971) is an Australian radio and TV personality. He is currently the host with Jacqueline Henderson, better known as Jackie O, on the weekday morning radio program The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Sydney radio station 2Day FM, The Kyle and Jackie O Hour of Power which airs on selected Today Network stations across Australia and also on Take40 Australia. From 2005 to 2009, Sandilands served as a judge on Australian Idol. In 2008, he became the host of Big Brother, alongside Jacki O. In 2010, he became a judge on Australia's Got Talent and also on Australia's version of The X Factor. Sandilands landed his first radio job with a Brisbane station by using a false r sum to impress one of the station's executives. In 1999, he moved to Sydney, and commenced at 2DayFM as host of the Hot30 Countdown, replacing "Ugly Phil O'Neil," a former husband of Henderson. Much med...