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Sunrise host David 'Kochie' Koch has taken a cheeky swipe at Kyle Sandilands live on air, after he revealed he was not invited to the shock jock's star-studded 50th birthday party recently.
The presenter appeared on The Kyle and Jackie O show this week and had been complimenting Kyle on 'how good he looked' in the photos from his birthday bash - before revealing he was a little shocked he didn't get an invite.
"I only saw the photos," Kochie said, pointing out the likes of TV executive Michael Pell and rival breakfast show host Karl Stefanovic were there.
"Oh no," Jackie O said in response. "I see where this is headed".
Kochie continued: "I had a present, I even went to the junk folder in my email [to look for an invite]."
But Kyle was quick to defend himself, saying much of the 'surprise' party was organised for him.
"Look, I'm going to get ahead of this one," he told Kochie.
"I didn't know the guest list, I wasn't sure and there was plenty of people who were massively offended they weren't invited," he added, with Jackie "backing him up".
"How did Ben Fordham get invited, that's what I want to know," Kyle then joked.
Kyle celebrated his milestone 50th birthday with a lavish, celebrity-filled party on a $3000-per-hour super yacht in Sydney Harbour back in June.
The dress code for the festivities was to “add a touch of gold", and guests included The Voice Australia coach Guy Sebastian, former NRL player turned Amazing Race host Beau Ryan, Samantha Jade, and boxing legend Jeff Fenech.
Kyle's radio rival Ben Fordham is also said to have attended the party.
The yacht was decorated with hundreds of black and gold balloons, with another photo showing Kyle's three-tiered black and gold birthday cake - complete with crown.
The words “King Kyle” were visible on the front of the cake, which was the same name written on the side of the yacht, other photos revealed.
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