Radio host Jackie O Henderson is enjoying a well deserved break in Fiji with her best friend Gemma O’Neill.
On Monday, the 48-year-old presenter shared a selfie of the pair as they went scuba diving during their trip.
In the photo, Jackie and Gemma both wore black wetsuits and scuba diving gear as they sat in a boat.
They smiled for the camera as they prepared to jump into the water and explore the ocean.
The trip comes after Jackie O and her co-host Kyle Sandilands signed a record-breaking $200million, 10-year deal live on-air – keeping them on the airwaves until 2034.
Taking the plunge! Jackie O Henderson enjoyed her radio downtime by scuba diving with her friend in Fiji
The new deal, expiring in 2024, will mean that both of the breakfast radio stars will make $10million a year as they expand into the Melbourne market.
In a statement to celebrate the historic contract renewal, Kyle said: ‘Fans of the show will be stoked to hear that this 10-year deal is the longest radio deal in Australian history.
‘Love us or loathe us, Jackie and I will be continuing with our politically incorrect nonsense for a long, long time.’
He added: ‘We want to thank the listeners. Staff. All the clients. Even senior management, I’ll give a nod to. They actually did something brilliant.’
The trip comes after Jackie O and her co-host Kyle Sandilands signed a record-breaking $200million, 10-year deal live on-air – keeping them on the airwaves until 2034
According to the Financial Review, Kyle and Jackie’s contracts, ‘include a base salary, a percentage share of revenue above what is now earned – known as “incremental growth”, and sign-on bonuses mainly made up of shares in ARN.’
ARN chief executive Ciaran Davis said expanding Kyle and Jackie’s show to Melbourne will ‘attract new audiences and expand commercial opportunities’.
‘Melbourne is the largest radio advertising market in Australia and represents an opportunity for ARN Media to grow ratings and revenues on KIIS 101.1,’ he said.
‘Kyle and Jackie O have evolved into a powerful brand that significantly contributes to ARN’s commercial success, and this new agreement strategically positions us for long-term growth that extends beyond radio.’
The new deal, expiring in 2024, will mean that both of the breakfast radio stars will make $10million a year as they expand into the Melbourne market