Jackie 'O' Henderson is savagely rejected by a 'fat Greek' virgin for 'sleeping ...

Is this the most savage rejection EVER? Jackie 'O' Henderson is left mortified as a 'fat Greek' virgin turns her down for 'sleeping around' in a VERY toe-curling exchange

By Jabeen Waheed For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:23 BST, 28 September 2020 | Updated: 01:25 BST, 28 September 2020

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She has remained single since splitting from her ex-husband Lee Henderson two years ago.

And romance is evidently not on the cards anytime soon for Jackie 'O' Henderson, who was left mortified after facing rejected by a virgin named George on Monday's episode of The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

The 45-year-old's horror escalated when the show's guest - who has also never had a girlfriend or kissed a woman - savagely implied that he didn't want to date her because she was 'sleeping around'.

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Turned down: Jackie 'O' Henderson was left mortified after facing rejected by a virgin named George on Monday's episode of The Kyle and Jackie O Show

Turned down: Jackie 'O' Henderson was left mortified after facing rejected by a virgin named George on Monday's episode of The Kyle and Jackie O Show

Jackie and her co-host Kyle Sandilands appeared in great spirits as they welcomed George on their show to talk about his virginity and inability to find love.

Taking pity at George's life-long single status, Kyle informed him that Jackie was available and cheekily asked if he 'wanted to give her a run'.

Inexperienced George immediately hesitated before responding: 'Well, I don't want to say it... but I know where she's been.'

A shocked Jackie asked: 'What do you mean?'

'I know where you've been': The 45-year-old's horror escalated when the show's guest savagely implied that he didn't want to date her because she was 'sleeping around'

'I know where you've been': The 45-year-old's horror escalated when the show's guest savagely implied that he didn't want to date her because she was 'sleeping around'

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