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Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson have signed another five-year deal with Australian Radio Network (ARN), the company which owns KIIS 106.5. 

The breakfast radio duo, who host The Kyle and Jackie O Show, had their contracts renewed alongside stablemates Brendan 'Jonesy' Jones and Amanda Keller on WSFM.

According to industry sources, Kyle and Jackie are being paid $8million each per year, which makes their deal in total worth around $80million. 

Flying high: Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson have signed another five-year deal with Australian Radio Network (ARN), the company which owns KIIS 106.5

Flying high: Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson have signed another five-year deal with Australian Radio Network (ARN), the company which owns KIIS 106.5 

Kyle did not confirm or deny rumours about his salary, saying he '[doesn't] discuss the absurd amount of money I get given to do something I love.' 

'Don't get me wrong, the money's fantastic, but what really counts for me is the acknowledgment that what Jackie and I have created is one of the most successful shows on earth,' he added. 

In a statement, Jackie said she loves getting to work with her 'best friend' every day. 

'Kyle and I truly love our listeners, our incredible guests, and have so much fun working together,' she said. 

Raking it in! According to industry sources, Kyle and Jackie are being paid $8million each per year, which makes their deal in total worth around $80million

Raking it in! According to industry sources, Kyle and Jackie are being paid $8million each per year, which makes their deal in total worth around $80million

'Not many people get to go to work each day to share stories, laugh with their best friend and create entertainment that hopefully makes our listener's day that little bit lighter - that isn't lost on me. We're so grateful to be able to continue this journey with ARN,' she added. 

Meanwhile, Kyle said he still feels at home at KIIS FM after the pair defected from the Southern Cross Austereo-owned 2Day FM in 2013.

'Obviously Jackie and I decided to re-sign with ARN, we launched KIIS 106.5 so we really feel like it's our station,' he said. 'Plus our show keeps getting better every year. It's a great time for us and for radio in Sydney.' 

The hosts, who have worked together since their days on the Hot 30 Countdown in the early 2000s, addressed their contract renewal on air on Thursday.

'Jackie and I have re-signed and extended our radio deal so this show will be continuing on the air every day until 2024,' Kyle said, adding that the pair's contract was 'the biggest media deal in Australian history.'

Humble: Kyle did not confirm or deny rumours about his salary, saying he '[doesn't] discuss the absurd amount of money I get given to do something I love'

Humble: Kyle did not confirm or deny rumours about his salary, saying he '[doesn't] discuss the absurd amount of money I get given to do something I love'

In 2016, it was reported that Kyle, 48, and Jackie, 44, had signed with KIIS FM for five years, with contracts worth an estimated $20million each. 

The latest contract renewal comes after Kyle made headlines in September for his offensive on-air remarks about the Virgin Mary. 

Earlier this month, it was reported that advertisers were ending their contracts with the show in response to the backlash. 

An Australian not-for-profit business, Speckle, stopped advertising with KIIS FM following Kyle's comments.

What was Kyle's joke? 

On September 18, Kyle offended thousands of listeners - and attracted 150 formal complaints to media watchdog ACMA - by saying the

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