Kyle Sandilands bans NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet from his show

Kyle Sandilands revealed on the Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday morning that NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet, who was voted into the job on Tuesday, would not be welcome on the show.

The KIIS FM host decided to make the call after learning of Perrottet's conservative religious views.

Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson
Kyle Sandilands has banned new NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet from his radio show due to his conservative views. Photo: Instagram/Jackie O

Kyle and co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson were chatting to celebrity psychic Georgina Walker and asked how the new leader would fair in running NSW when she dropped the bombshell on the host.

"How can someone run a state like New South Wales and be anti-abortion and anti-gay rights," Kyle questioned.


"I think he's going to be a good leader, but I do think he is going to ruffle a lot of feathers due to his strong religious belief centres," the psychic said. "He's not into gay marriage, he doesn't believe in abortion..."

"Oh well he's out in my books then," Kyle said.

Gladys Berejiklian with Dominic Perrottet
Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian with Dominic Perrottet. Photo: Getty

Jackie O agreed, saying it was "gutting" to hear Gladys Berejiklian would be stepping down and that NSW residents don't even have a choice in their new leader.

"Honestly a person like that to replace Gladys, oh my God," Jackie said.

Kyle was especially fired up when he learned that Perrottet opposed laws to force Catholic priests to tell police if a priest confessed to sex abuse while in a confessional.

"Oh this guy's gotta go, he's never allowed on the show guys just so you know," he said. "He's not allowed, I don't want that rubbish!"

Dominic Perrottet
Mr Perrottet has made no apologies for his conservative beliefs. Photo: Getty

Mr Perrottet has made no apologies for his beliefs, saying he opposed the decriminalisation of abortion in NSW.

He's also previously slammed the "pronoun police' who encourage the use of gender-neutral language.

Speaking of same-sex marriage, the Premier said his opposition was on the grounds that "marriage is about every child’s fundamental right to grow up with their own mum and dad".

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