Kyle Sandilands has confirmed he will be returning to TV with his own show, Trial By Kyle.
Set to air on Network Ten, the KIIS FM radio host revealed that the Judge Judy style show will see Kyle act as arbitrator and solve all sorts of problems and disputes.
This is the first time the 47-year-old will return to the network after he was fired from Australian Idol after a radio segment received major backlash.
"There's been rumours I was going to be doing a Judge Judy style show at Channel Ten," he revealed on-air.
"I hold grudges normally. But I'm returning to Channel Ten. The people who terribly fired me back in the day. If I hold grudges, why would I go back to a dog of a network that treated me so badly?"
Kyle says he is still ironing out the details of the show, but has already booked in a case of celebrity versus photographer.
"People will come in with their stupid arguments [and] neighbourhood disputes," he explained.
"Celebrities going up against photographers. I've already got one of those locked in. This is the sort of show I'm going to do. [It's] very, very similar to arbitration. I haven't decided if it's just going to be me or a panel of jurors."
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