Kyle Sandilands blasts report about Amazon Prime’s Luxe Listings Sydney


‘We decided who the best agents are!’ Fired-up Kyle Sandilands blasts report claiming ‘top real estate agents’ turned down Luxe Listings Sydney – as the Amazon Prime hit is renewed for a second season

Kyle Sandilands has blasted a report claiming some of ‘Australia’s top real estate agents’ turned down a chance to appear on Luxe Listings Sydney.

The Sunday Telegraph claimed several elite real estate agents had snubbed the critically acclaimed Amazon Prime series – which is now one of the most popular property-themed shows in the world and has already been renewed for season two.

Sandilands, who produces the show through his company King Kyle, slammed the article on Monday’s Kyle and Jackie O Show, saying Sydney’s leading luxury real estate agents ‘were desperate to get on it’.

‘We decided who the best agents are!’ Kyle Sandilands has blasted a report claiming some of ‘Australia’s top real estate agents’ turned down a chance to appear on Luxe Listings Sydney

‘Did you see the other real estate agents having a go? The ones that aren’t on it are saying they are glad they didn’t go on the show,’ co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson said.

‘That’s bulls**t; they are all desperate to get on it. I’ll write down their names, too, and I’ll make sure you don’t get on it [in future seasons],’ Sandilands responded.

‘We didn’t do an audition process where everyone got to decide [who would appear]. We decided who are the best agents in Sydney. It wasn’t based on anyone’s statistics,’ he added.

Report: The Sunday Telegraph claimed several elite real estate agents had snubbed the critically acclaimed Amazon Prime series - which is now one of the most popular property-themed shows in the world and has already been renewed for season two

Report: The Sunday Telegraph claimed several elite real estate agents had snubbed the critically acclaimed Amazon Prime series – which is now one of the most popular property-themed shows in the world and has already been renewed for season two

According to The Telegraph, Alison Coopes from Agency by Alison Coopes and Pauline Goodyer from Goodyer Real Estate turned down an opportunity to appear on the reality show.

Alexander Phillips from PPD Real Estate also said: ‘They asked me to be in the show but I didn’t want to and I have zero regrets.’

Meanwhile, Paul Biller from Biller Property and Monika Tu from Black Diamondz Property Concierge appeared in the pilot episode but not in the series. 

'Bulls**t': Sandilands, who produces the show, slammed the article on Monday's Kyle and Jackie O Show, saying Sydney's leading luxury real estate agents 'were desperate to get on it'

‘Bulls**t’: Sandilands, who produces the show, slammed the article on Monday’s Kyle and Jackie O Show, saying Sydney’s leading luxury real estate agents ‘were desperate to get on it’

Luxe Listings Sydney launched exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on July 9 in over 240 countries and territories around the world.

It follows real estate agents Gavin Rubinstein, D’Leanne Lewis and Simon Cohen as they negotiate multi-million dollar deals in Sydney.

The series features plenty of drama, with the agents feuding with each other as they fight to secure the best listings.

The show, hailed as Australia’s answer to Selling Sunset, received positive reviews and has been a hit both locally and internationally.

A second season is currently in the works. 

New series: Luxe Listings Sydney launched exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on July 9 in over 240 countries and territories around the world. The show, hailed as Australia's answer to Selling Sunset, received positive reviews and has been a hit both locally and internationally

New series: Luxe Listings Sydney launched exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on July 9 in over 240 countries and territories around the world. The show, hailed as Australia’s answer to Selling Sunset, received positive reviews and has been a hit both locally and internationally

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