Married At First Sight

Married At First Sight shake up! Is Kyle Sandilands set to replace expert John Aiken?

Fans call for the shock jock to take over.

By Woman's Day team
It's safe to say he sees himself as somewhat of an expert when it comes to all things love and romance on his hit radio show.
Now his straight-talking attitude has Married At First Sight fans begging for Kyle Sandilands to replace current series expert John Aiken.
Taking to Twitter, MAFS diehards called for producers to make the drastic change for next season, saying King Kyle could be the fresh voice to revitalise the show.
"Kyle Sandilands as a MAFS expert is something I need to see," one fan commented on social media.
Fans want Kyle Sandilands to take over from John Aiken on Married At First Sight. Image: Network Ten/ Channel Nine
The suggestion garnered more than 300 likes and prompted more people to rally for the 48-year-old shock jock's new gig.
"He would absolutely be a massive improvement to the show," one wrote.
"He'd give better advice than the current experts," said another.
"He'd embrace and mock the chaos!"
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Kyle's Trial By Kyle co-star Anna Heinrich described Kyle as "caring and compassionate". Image: Network Ten
Kyle is no stranger to starring on TV – most recently appearing as a judge on Network Ten reality TV series Trial By Kyle, alongside lawyer and Bachelor star Anna Heinrich.
Speaking to NW last year, Anna revealed what it's really like to work with Kyle.
"He's a big teddy bear. He was a lot more caring and compassionate than I thought he would be – and that's what he also brings to the case," she admitted.
Kyle and Jackie O once hosted Big Brother together. Image: Instagram
Kyle also once hosted Big Brother alongside radio host Jackie "O" Henderson in 2008 before it was axed.
The popular reality show is set to be rebooted on Channel Seven this year, but in an interview with Now To Love in October last year, Kyle blasted its return.
"I think it's a mistake, to even bring it back on," he told Now To Love.
"You've got Love Island now which to me is Big Brother with people trying to hook up and have sex with each other."
"But on Big Brother, they're all just hanging around with no sex... like, who wants to watch that rubbish?"

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