Radiester Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson says her co-host Kyle Sandilands has been destroyed by the effects of his & # 39; joke & # 39; that the Virgin Mary was impregnated behind a camel shed.
But Henderson believed that Sandilands would bounce back from the controversy that led Christians and Muslims to call on him to be permanently taken out of the sky.
Henderson had not spoken to her co-KISS 1065 breakfast presenter, but saw his apology from Los Angeles and knew he was destroying & # 39; was by what he had done.
& # 39; I know he really regrets what he said, & # 39; Henderson told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; And I think he would like to tackle it as soon as we get back in the air. But I do know that he is genuinely upset that he has hurt people. & # 39;
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Radiester Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson says her co-host Kyle Sandilands has been destroyed by the reaction to his & # 39; joke & # 39; that the Virgin Mary was impregnated behind a camel shed. Henderson is pictured outside her home in Sydney on Thursday
Henderson said that Sandilands would bounce back from the controversy that led Christians and Muslims to call on him to be permanently taken out of the sky. Sandilands was pictured in Los Angeles on Wednesday
Henderson had not spoken to her co-KISS 1065 breakfast presenter, but saw his apology from Los Angeles and knew he was destroying & # 39; was by what he had done. & # 39; I know he really regrets what he said, & # 39; Henderson told Daily Mail Australia
While 48-year-old Sandilands apologized for his comments last Friday and then again from LA on Wednesday, 44-year-old Henderson remained silent so far.
Asked if she was worried about the well-being of Sandilands, Henderson said: & # 39; Oh, no, he'll be fine. & # 39;
& # 39; I mean, Kyle has experienced things like this before, but I think he really feels that people are being hit and hurt by it.
& # 39; He didn't want that. It was never his intention, so I think he would like to bring it up.
& # 39; He'll be fine. I think people should just hear from him, you know. It is just a shame that we have been away all week and have not had a chance to tackle the problem. & # 39;
The top FM hosts have been absent during a week without radio reviews, with Sandilands in the United States and Henderson at home in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.
Henderson was convinced that their job would be safe. & # 39; I have not even spoken to KIIS, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I assume so. & # 39;
Last Thursday, Sandilands said about the mother of Jesus Christ in the sky: & # 39; I thought Mary was his girlfriend, but apparently it was the mother. & # 39;
& # 39; And the mother clearly lied and said to everyone, "No, I got pregnant through a magical spirit." Bulls ** t.
While Sandilands apologized last Friday and then Wednesday, Henderson remained silent until now. Asked if she was worried about the well-being of Sandilands, she said: & # 39; Oh, no, he'll be fine & # 39 ;. Henderson is pictured at home on Thursday
& # 39; Someone was blocking her behind the camel shed … You could believe that everything written down 2,000 years ago is absolutely accurate and good for you, you're stupid. Stupid like a dog. & # 39;
His comments led to demonstrators from multiple religions gathering outside the KIIS Sydney studios and calling for the dismissal of Sandilands and Henderson.
Sandilands was also forced to hire security to guard his house in Sydney.
Some of those who were offended by the & # 39; joke & # 39; of Sandilands had wondered why footballer Israel Folau was fired by Rugby Australia because he said that unconverted homosexuals would go to hell while the radio star was not punished for his remarks about the Virgin Mary.
& # 39; I know there have been many comparisons to why Israel cannot say it, and Kyle can? & # 39; Henderson said.
& # 39; It's not about who can say what. Kyle even defended Israel at that time.
& # 39; He has always believed that if that is what Israel believed he should be able to say, but these things hurt people so, you know, I think it's going to be hard there. & # 39;
Henderson said she understood why her co-host's comments had upset so many people when asked if the protests had gone too far.
& # 39; Do I think it has gone too far? I think people get very emotional about things like this. & # 39;
Henderson wasn't sure if there would be more protests outside the KIIS studios when the couple returned to work. & # 39; I actually don't know. We will see what happens. & # 39;
Henderson wasn't sure if there would be more protests outside the KIIS studios when the couple returned to work. & # 39; I actually don't know. We will see what happens & # 39;
A repentant Sandilands insisted that on Wednesday he had just wanted to make people laugh & # 39; and & # 39; never wanted to hurt anyone & # 39; with his & # 39; joke & # 39; about Mary.
& # 39; Sometimes I just say things as a joke and that offends some people, & # 39; he said outside the LA mansion where he was staying.
& # 39; You only realize when you insult someone (s) when you hear about it, (you think): "Oh f ** k, that's pretty s" t ".
& # 39; If you are a comedian, you say funny things and you think you are funny, but then you do not realize that you have a few people free.
& # 39; I have already made a statement saying that I never intended to get rid of someone, I never intended to hurt anyone – I am here to make people laugh, not to make them angry & # 39;
That was good enough for the Australian Christian lobby, which Folau supported when Rugby Australia fired him.
& # 39; We welcome Kyle & # 39; s apology & # 39 ;, a spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
Sandilands was accompanied during his trip to LA by an old personal assistant Tegan Kynaston (photo). & # 39; If you're a comedian, you say funny things and you think you're funny, but then you don't realize that you have a few people free, & # 39; he said
A spokeswoman for the Australian radio network, employing Sandilands and Henderson to present the Kyle & Jackie O Show, confirmed that the stars would tackle the Virgin Mary controversy next week.
The apology came when the Australian Communications and Media Authority radio watchdog confirmed that it had received more than 150 complaints about what Sandilands said.
Sandiland's private security detail has been monitoring his Sydney home since the shock jock received death threats following his comments.
A maximum of three guards were seen at the same time in front of the house on the lower north coast of Sydney.
The police were called out on the street on Wednesday after receiving reports of a suspicious vehicle, with three marked cars next to his house just before noon.
Officers spoke to residents in the neighborhood, but did not enter the Sandiland shares with girlfriend Imogen Anthony.
One of those present was armed police in normal clothing who arrived in an unmarked car.
NSW Police confirmed that there was no threat to Sandilands or its property.
Armed police in normal clothing was one of those present in the area where Sandilands lives with his girlfriend Imogen Anthony. Three marked cars and one unmarked car were present
KIIS 1065, where Sandilands and Henderson have been working since 2014, was flooded on Monday morning with dozens of demonstrators outside their studios in Sydney.
The police were also called upon to intervene when Muslims and Christians prayed in the street and called for Sandilands to be fired for his blasphemous remarks.
Listeners claimed that Henderson also had to be fired after she was seen laughing in a video of the segment on the social media channels of KIIS.
The video was deleted later.
Social media are divided over the radio star's comments, with some support from Sandiland's right to freedom of expression.
& # 39; Yes, everyone is entitled to his opinion, but with respect and grace! He has insulted so many people and has gone too far! & # 39; a listener wrote.
& # 39; The lady who is laughing with him (Henderson) must also be fired, but then as Jesus says: & # 39; Forgive them … they don't know what they say & # 39;, & # 39; another said.
Whoops! The public reaction against Kyle Sandilands (photo) continued this week after he shocked listeners last Thursday with an offensive joke about the Virgin Mary
A supporter wrote: & # 39; That's why Kyle is worth millions of dollars. His entire career has been built on a foundation of crude and insensitive remarks and jokes. I think it's hilarious. If you don't like him or are a sensitive Sally, don't listen to him. & # 39;
Another commented: & # 39; Seriously … everyone is entitled to their own opinion, so why would Kyle's opinion be different? I love you, Kyle. Keep it up. & # 39;
In a statement to Daily Mail Australia on Monday, a spokeswoman for the Australian Radio Network apologized on behalf of Sandilands.
& # 39; As we said last week, we join Kyle (apology) and apologize without reservation for any violations, & # 39; said the spokeswoman.
& # 39; Last week when this content was running, we immediately acknowledged that it was not suitable for distribution and it was immediately removed. & # 39;
Oh no! Some listeners called for the popular co-host of Sandilands, Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson (photo), also to be fired after footage shot in the studio made her laugh at his & # 39; Mary & # 39; just kidding
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