He’s the radio shock jock who is no stranger to controversy.
And Kyle Sandilands was forced to apologise just minutes after returning to air on Monday’s Kyle and Jackie O show.
The outspoken star accidentally let slip that his friend is entering the South African jungle on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, even though Channel Ten has not made the announcement yet.
‘Two of my friends are in there… Danny Green the boxer… Mundine the boxer… they’re both in there,’ Kyle said prompting his producer Brooklyn to interject: ‘Danny hasn’t been announced yet!’
Kyle’s co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson then gasped and said: ‘Are you joking?’
A red-faced Kyle quickly expressed his regret: ‘Sorry Danny, sorry Channel Ten.’
During Sunday night’s premiere, Anthony Mundine was confirmed as a contestant, however, there has been no word regarding Danny Green.
Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Ten for comment.
It comes amid reports Channel Ten producers have signed up the boxing rivals to add drama to the show.
Anthony is sure to ruffle some serious feathers with his controversial views when he enters the South African jungle.
In an explosive interview with the Daily Telegraph, the 42-year-old, who converted to Islam in 1999, has condemned abortion, contraception, and homosexuality, while voicing support for polygamy.
Controversial: Anthony is sure to ruffle some serious feathers with his controversial views when he enters the South African jungle
‘You can have up to four wives done justly,’ he said, crediting both his Islamic faith and ‘aboriginal culture’ for allowing such a thing.
The former pro boxer, who is rumoured to have fathered seven children to four different women according to the Daily Telegraph, also said that he doesn’t believe in contraception, and that abortion is a ‘big no-no.’
On the subject of homosexuality, Anthony said yet again that his Islamic faith is against it.
‘You can have up to four wives done justly,’ he said, crediting both his Islamic faith and ‘aboriginal culture’ for allowing such a thing
‘That is what the creator (Allah) has set,’ he said. ‘These are his perimeters, not mine, and I follow them.’
The outspoken athlete plans to follow his devout Muslim beliefs while on I’m a Celeb, which includes praying five times a day and only eating halal food.
Anthony also said that he’s currently toying with a potential run for Prime Minister of Australia after seeing Donald Trump become the 45th President of the United States.
The boxer said he’d run as an independent with his own party, and that his main goal is to ‘improve indigenous Australia.’
‘That is what the creator (Allah) has set’: The 42-year-old, who is rumoured to have fathered seven children to four different women, is also against homosexuality and contraception
The Sydney-born Aboriginal has made countless headlines for his controversial comments over the years, most notably in 2001 regarding the 9/11 terror attacks.
At the time, he said: ‘They call it an act of terrorism, but if you can understand religion, and our way of life, it’s not about terrorism. It’s about fighting for God’s law, and America’s brought it upon themselves.’
He later apologised for the remarks, claiming that they were taken out of context and clarifying that he was simply trying to make an anti-war statement that was then misconstrued.
The next Prime Minister? Anthony also said that he’s currently toying with a potential run for Prime Minister of Australia after seeing Donald Trump become President