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The Kyle and Jackie O Show give a young family a brand new home in Sydney's south west


The Kyle and Jackie O Show gives a young family a brand-new home, $30k of furniture and an electric car – after their Sydney home was damaged by last year’s floods

The Kyle and Jackie O Show has set a young family up for life.

Jessica and Brandon, who share a young daughter, were on Friday given a brand-new four-bedroom, two-storey home in Sydney’s south west after their old home was badly damaged in the floods last year.

The top-rating KIIS 106.5 breakfast program teamed up with Wisdom Homes and Oran Park Town for the extraordinary giveaway, and also gifted the family $30,000 worth of furniture and an electric car. 

Congratulations! The Kyle and Jackie O Show has set a young family up for life. Jessica and Brandon, who share a young daughter, were on Friday given a brand-new four-bedroom, two-storey home in Sydney's south west after their old home was badly damaged in the floods last year. The family is pictured here with radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson

Congratulations! The Kyle and Jackie O Show has set a young family up for life. Jessica and Brandon, who share a young daughter, were on Friday given a brand-new four-bedroom, two-storey home in Sydney’s south west after their old home was badly damaged in the floods last year. The family is pictured here with radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson

Radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson broadcast Friday’s show live from Julia Reserve in Oran Park Town. 

Hundreds of listeners had turned up in the hope of winning the home and were each given a key, with only one key opening up the pink prop door.

Jessica and Brandon were overcome with emotion when their key opened the door, confirming they had won the incredible prize.

Set up for life: The top-rating KIIS 106.5 breakfast program teamed up with Wisdom Homes and Oran Park Town for the extraordinary giveaway, and also gifted the family $30,000 worth of furniture and an electric car

Set up for life: The top-rating KIIS 106.5 breakfast program teamed up with Wisdom Homes and Oran Park Town for the extraordinary giveaway, and also gifted the family $30,000 worth of furniture and an electric car

In action: Radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson broadcast Friday's show live from Julia Reserve in Oran Park Town

In action: Radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson broadcast Friday’s show live from Julia Reserve in Oran Park Town

A tearful Jessica revealed they had been living with her in-laws for six months, after their own home was badly damaged by the floods in Sydney last year. 

‘Honestly, life has been really crazy with our house the [floods] last year. I’ve been trying so hard to get back into the house and fight the insurance company,’ she said.

‘I knew if we didn’t get this I’d have to go back to doing that. It’s so hard.’

Brandon added: ‘For weeks and months, I’ve been saying that I feel like your dad from up above is going to take care of us.’

Competition: Hundreds of listeners had turned up in the hope of winning the home and were each given a key, with only one key opening up the pink prop door. KIIS FM producer 'Intern Pete' Deppeler (right) was on hand as the entrants tried their key in the door

Competition: Hundreds of listeners had turned up in the hope of winning the home and were each given a key, with only one key opening up the pink prop door. KIIS FM producer ‘Intern Pete’ Deppeler (right) was on hand as the entrants tried their key in the door

New wheels: Jessica and Brandon are also now the owners of this BYD electric car

New wheels: Jessica and Brandon are also now the owners of this BYD electric car 

The couple later appeared on Studio 10 and described their win as a ‘dream’.

‘We were affected by the March 2021 storms and insurance have not been helping; they keep declining the claims. So we’ve just been trying to fight it for a year now,’ Jessica explained.

In March last year, floods took a heavy toll on Australia’s east coast. Then-NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian described the events as ‘one in 100-year flooding’.

Overwhelmed: The couple later appeared on Studio 10 and described their win as a 'dream'

Overwhelmed: The couple later appeared on Studio 10 and described their win as a ‘dream’ 

Difficult: 'We were affected by the March 2021 storms and insurance have not been helping; they keep declining the claims. So we've just been trying to fight it for a year now,' Jessica said

Difficult: ‘We were affected by the March 2021 storms and insurance have not been helping; they keep declining the claims. So we’ve just been trying to fight it for a year now,’ Jessica said

The Kyle and Jackie O Show was on Thursday crowned Sydney’s most-popular FM breakfast show, according to the first radio survey of the year.  

The program maintained its No. 1 spot with a 10.6 per cent audience share.

This was only a slight dip from the last survey of 2021, which saw the popular duo lead the pack with a 10.8 per cent share.

The overall No. 1 breakfast radio show, across both AM and FM bandwidths, was Ben Fordham Live on 2GB. 

Dominant: The Kyle and Jackie O Show was on Thursday crowned Sydney's most-popular FM breakfast show, according to the first radio survey of the year

Dominant: The Kyle and Jackie O Show was on Thursday crowned Sydney’s most-popular FM breakfast show, according to the first radio survey of the year

Winners: The program maintained its No. 1 spot with a 10.6 per cent audience share

Winners: The program maintained its No. 1 spot with a 10.6 per cent audience share

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