Jackie ‘O’ Henderson is called the ‘most powerful woman in the radio’ – and you won’t believe which reality star the top 10 just missed
She is one of the most recognizable media personalities in the country.
And Jackie was called “O” Henderson Radio todayis the most powerful woman in the Australian radio on Tuesday.
Jackie, 45, is organizing Sydney’s most popular FM breakfast show with Kyle Sandilands on KIIS 106.5.
Work it, girl! Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (photo) was named the most powerful woman of Radio Today on Australian radio on Tuesday
But Jackie’s talents are not only limited to radio, because she appeared as a judge in Channel 10’s The Masked Singer last year.
Chrissie Swan, host of the Nova 100 breakfast show with Jonathan Brown and Sam Pang, came second on the Radio Today list.
Chrissie, Sam & Browny, which was launched in 2015, is currently number 1 in Melbourne.
Power player: Jackie is co-host of Sydney’s most popular FM breakfast show on KIIS 106.5
Just like others in the top 10, Chrissie has also worked in reality television.
She became famous in Big Brother in the early 2000s and previously appeared on I’m a Celebrity … Get me out of here!
Amanda Keller came in third, while Carrie Bickmore and Kate Ritchie became fourth and fifth respectively.
Runner-ups: Chrissie Swan (left), who is organizing the Nova 100 breakfast show with Jonathan Brown and Sam Pang, came in second on the Radio Today list, while Amanda Keller (right) came in third
Multi-talented: Carrie Bickmore (photo), who also has a successful TV career, finished fourth
Olympian Susie O’Neil, best known for winning 35 Australian swim titles, was named the tenth most powerful woman in the radio.
She started her media career as a commentator of Commonwealth Games in 2006.
Surprisingly, I am a Celebrity 2020 star Tanya Hennessy did not make the list and only received an honorable mention for her weekend role with the Hit Network.
Snapped? Surprisingly, I am a Celebrity 2020 star Tanya Hennessy (photo) did not make the list and only received an honorable mention for her weekend role at the Hit Network