Radio host Kyle Sandilands is copping major backlash for his comments on women and for his rude remarks about singer Adele.
Kyle was on his radio show when he started talking about his ideal woman and despite tipping the scales at 138kg himself, he says he could never be with a woman who was heavier than 60kgs.
“I like the starving look… 60kgs is pushing it,” he told a caller.
He apparently didn’t see any problem with his comments and went on to make a series of offensive suggestions about Grammy-award winner Adele.
Kyle said he’d like to see Adele as a host on Channel Nine’s The Voice next year, but said “she’d have to sit at the Madden brothers’ seats” – insinuating she could not fit in the single-seat chairs used by the other solo judges.
He seems to have forgotten that earlier this year he slammed the media for “fat shaming” him, declaring he couldn’t stand people calling him a “fat sloth”.
Kyle, who is dating a 25-year-old model, has said he should be able to live his life without other people commenting on his body.
“I think if I’m bedding this hot 25-year-old, I’ve got a great job and you know there are plenty of chubby chasers out there – I’m thinking why am I busting my balls at some gym like some bloody flog looking at myself and me abs,” he said.
Apparently the concept of hypocrisy is lost on him…