KIIS FM duo Kyle and Jackie O have controversially revealed they both don't vote during the election after the shock jock took aim at Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Kyle Sandilands, 46, who spent part of his weekend at a garage sale with Intern Pete where he spent $200 on items including a fan and a Filipino plate set, said he wouldn't vote for Turnbull in the next election.

But his sidekick Jackie O Henderson called him out, live on air, telling listeners his plan was a little flawed.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and PM Malcolm Turnbull.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and PM Malcolm Turnbull. Kym Smith

"The good thing about Bill Shorten is that he likes to come on this show and talk to people who might vote for him as opposed to Malcolm Turnbull who's too scared to even take a phone call," Sandilands said during his backfired roast.

"That's fine. He doesn't want to talk to anyone who listens to this show, we won't vote for him. Simple as that. I won't anyway."

Jackie O's reaction after Kyle revealed she doesn't vote either.
Jackie O's reaction after Kyle revealed she doesn't vote either. Supplied

Henderson quipped: "Yeah, well, you don't vote so."

When Sandilands told Henderson, "Shh you're going to get me fined," she hit back.

"You've already said it before. It's OK when you say it, not when I say it," she said on Friday.

Sandilands then took aim at Henderson after she publicised the fact that he doesn't vote at all.

"Well you don't vote either! Sucked in," he said.

"We're both going to get fined now. See you in court."

Kyle gets back at Jackie when she reveals he doesn't vote in the elections.
Kyle gets back at Jackie when she reveals he doesn't vote in the elections. Supplied



Originally published as Kyle fires up at Jackie: 'See you in court'

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