‘I hate them’: Millsy slams Kyle and Jackie O

Rob 'Millsy' Mills has blasted the Kyle and Jackie O show over a 'gross' prank they played on him on their show.
Rob 'Millsy' Mills has blasted the Kyle and Jackie O show over a 'gross' prank they played on him on their show. Supplied

ROB Mills won't be returning to the Kyle and Jackie O show anytime soon.

Speaking to Nova's Chrissie, Sam and Browny, the former Australian Idol star opened up about a horrifying prank he once endured at the hands of the KIIS FM hosts.

"The do a thing called 'Scary-oke', which is a show on American television," he explained.

According to the star, Kyle and Jackie O made him sing while trying to put him off.

"They threw me in an ice bucket ... they threw tuna fish pie in my face ... they covered me in honey and feathers. I was like, 'what the hell?!'"

Despite producers giving him "a shower and a towel" afterwards, Millsy was severely unimpressed.

"I don't eat fish, mate. It was gross - and I refuse to do their show," he told the Melbourne breakfast hosts.

"I've not been on the show since, because I hate them."

It certainly isn't the first time Kyle and Jackie O have copped backlash over their radio stunts.

Earlier this year, even Kyle called out their questionable taste when they hosted David and Lisa Oldfield, and submitted them to a listener phone-in about the state of their marriage.

"Call us now. David and Lisa Oldfield, should they stay together or should they call it a day?" asked Jackie O breezily as the phone lines opened.

Even Sandilands couldn't hide his disdain for the stunt: "What a terrible radio contest," he said with a sigh.

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