Radio host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson exposes famed pop star for being ‘difficult,’ reveals bizarre item Grammy winner ‘demanded’ a producer bring her
Radio host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson has revealed one of the most ‘difficult’ celebrities she’s ever had to deal with in the KIIS FM studios.
In The Kyle and Jackie O Show. On Friday, Jackie named and shamed British pop star Jess Glynne.
Jackie, along with several staff members, agreed that the English singer was one of the most ‘demanding’ guests they’ve had on their show in recent years.
After playing the latest song from the pop star on Friday’s show, Jackie sarcastically said, “It was fun to have, wasn’t it?”
Her co-host, Kyle Sandilands, was confused by Jackie’s tone and asked her to explain further.
Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (left) has revealed one of the most ‘difficult’ celebrities she’s ever had to deal with at KIIS FM studios, naming and shaming British pop star Jess Glynne (right)
Jackie recalled that her producer Jaimee ‘Mayo’ Hassos said she was a difficult guest to deal with.
Kyle defended the singer, responding, “You two girls are bitches, women supporting women, when is that going to kick in?”
But Mayo fought back, emphasizing that Jess “is a great artist” but insisting that she was surprised by his “antics” when she was in the studio.
‘She asked for salt and vinegar chips but then I went and bought them with my own money from the vending machine downstairs but only bought one [packet],’ She explained.
And then I brought it up and she was like, “Did you just buy me one?” I just got a package for her,” Mayo continued.
So I ran and got a second, but I was thinking, “Why did I do that?” She was panicking. She just wanted her to feel comfortable.
“So I came out thinking, ‘Wow, that was a diva moment of hers.’ But that’s just my opinion,” he concluded.
Kyle wanted none of it and berated the young producer.
‘You have no choice! You do what you get paid to do,’ she fumed, before jokingly asking Mayo to bring her a packet of chips.
KIIS FM producer Jaimee ‘Mayo’ Hassos (pictured) said Jess ‘demanded’ that she go buy her a packet of salt and vinegar chips.
Another KIIS FM producer also claimed that Glynne had been “really picky” at a different radio station.
However, another of the show’s producers agreed with Mayo, saying they had a similar experience with the singer while he was working at a different radio station.
“I can get behind Mayo, I worked in a different network when she came to Australia and she was very picky, she wanted crustless sandwiches,” he said.
Meanwhile, Grammy Award winner Glynne recently returned to the music scene with a new single after a long hiatus.
The hitmaker, who has just released her new dance single ‘What Do You Do?’, told Mail Online how it feels to hold the record for the most UK number one albums by a female artist.
She said: ‘It’s crazy to me. Anybody you get is like, are you kidding? I never post anything with expectations.
‘You have to put it in people’s hands and see what happens, you don’t have a choice of what happens to it, you have to hope that people love it.
“I hope people love this novelty, because I really love it, it makes me feel a certain way.”
Grammy Award winner Glynne recently returned to the music scene with a new single after a long hiatus.