Kyle Sandilands (pictured) made his feelings about Waleed Aly clear on Friday when he presented The Project live on KIIS FM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show

Kyle Sandilands slams ‘loser’ Waleed Aly and compares The Project host’s style to a ‘Westfield security guard’

Kyle Sandilands made his feelings about Waleed Aly clear on Friday when he presented The Project live on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

The radio host, 51, spoke with stand-in Brittany Hockley and guest Sarah Harris, who will take Carrie Bickmore’s seat on The Project next year.

He slammed the Channel 10 presenter, 44, for his choice in a draw before calling him a ‘loser’ and ‘lame’ for playing saxophone in a ‘rock band’.

Waleed Aly Is In The Picture

Kyle Sandilands (left) made his feelings about Waleed Aly (right) clear on Friday when he presented live on The Project on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show

When Sarah, 41, revealed she first met Waleed at a photoshoot, Kyle asked what the Monash University lecturer was like in person.

‘How is he as a person, because on TV he reminds me of a Westfield guard in that thin tie. I’m like, ‘Get a decent tie brother,'” he said.

Sarah tried to stand up for the man, saying, “Waleed has this weird flag I want to see it fly. He’s in a rock band. He plays saxophone and guitar. He’s a football fanatic.’

The Radio Host Knocked Aly Down As He Spoke To Guest Sarah Harris (Pictured), Who Will Take Carrie Bickmore'S Seat On The Project Next Year

The radio host knocked Aly down as he spoke to guest Sarah Harris (pictured), who will take Carrie Bickmore’s seat on The Project next year

At this, Kyle groaned and started singing “loser” over and over before declaring, “Nobody wants to see Waleed play saxophone.” That’s so stupid.’

It comes amid a mass exodus as hosts from The Project are dropping like flies.

Lisa Wilkinson abruptly quit co-hosting 10’s flagship current affairs program last Sunday, citing “targeted toxicity” from sections of the media as the reason behind her departure.

Kyle Beat Up The Project Star For His Choice Of Tie Before Calling Him A 'Loser' And 'Lame' For Playing Saxophone In A Rock Band

Kyle beat up The Project star for his choice of tie before calling him a ‘loser’ and ‘lame’ for playing saxophone in a rock band

Both comedian Peter Helliar and co-host Carrie Bickmore also revealed they would be leaving.

Peter, 47, became the latest star to quit Tuesday night’s program claiming he needed more time to work on other ventures.

Longtime presenter Carrie, 41, confirmed her departure a month ago. Her last performance is scheduled for next Wednesday.

It Comes Amid A Mass Exodus As Hosts Have Been Dropping Like Flies From The Project.  Lisa Wilkinson, 62, (Pictured) Abruptly Quit Co-Hosting The 10 Main Current Affairs Program Last Sunday, Citing 'Targeted Toxicity' From Sections Of The Media As The Reasoning Behind Her Departure

It comes amid a mass exodus as hosts have been dropping like flies from The Project. Lisa Wilkinson, 62, (pictured) abruptly quit co-hosting the 10 main current affairs program last Sunday, citing ‘targeted toxicity’ from sections of the media as the reasoning behind her departure

The project has struggled with ratings in recent years, with ratings consistently dropping.

OzTAM ratings previously revealed that The Project had lost nearly a third of its audience since 2011.

The struggling show saw its subway ratings plummet to an all-time low of just 367,000 last year, a 30 percent drop from its five-city audience of 538,000 a decade earlier.

Both Comedian Peter Helliar, 47, (Right) And Co-Host Carrie Bickmore, 41, (Left) Also Revealed They Were Leaving

Both comedian Peter Helliar, 47, (right) and co-host Carrie Bickmore, 41, (left) also revealed they were leaving