After Bec Judd revealed earlier in the week that paparazzi photos of her are only worth $200, KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O wanted to discover what their pics are worth.
This morning the radio duo spoke to Sydney based paparazzo, Jonathan Marshall, who said that Jackie's photos sell for more than Bec Judd's.
"Jackie is a doting mum from one of our more affluent Australian suburbs," the photographer said.
"Chances are Jackie's not going to be doing much that's going to be worth a lot of money for us. Let's just take for example Jackie O and Kitty [her daughter] walking up to school ... we're probably talking $400 to $500."
Not surprisingly, photos of the ever controversial Kyle Sandilands are worth more than Jackie O's.
"If you were to get Kyle having a dart in Double Bay which is a pretty regular occurrence, there's probably $700 in that," Marshall said.
"But if you're also midway through a bit of bacon, I reckon you could add another couple of hundred bucks."
"Wait," Jackie O said, "you get more for Kyle eating midshot?"
"Oh yeah, because they write nasty stories, don't they Kyle," the pap said.
Kyle then brought up an embarrassing incident from Jackie O's past that took place on Bondi Beach.
"Jackie going through one of her many fads of fitness ... wet bikini, wet hair, one boob hanging out of that bikini in total, the whole circumference was out, running up Bondi Beach. What's that worth?" he asked the photographer.
"Every day can produce a different result," Marshall said, "but probably between $20,000 to $25,000".
The interview ended on a slightly awkward note when Kyle asked how much pap photos of KIIS FM's drive host and popular comedian, Dave Hughes, are worth.
"I was in Noosa not that long ago ... I sat on him for a day," Marshall said.
"We got him down there on the beach and couldn't even sell a picture to anyone. You can't give them away."
So Kyle offered Hughesy some advice to pump up the value of his photos.
"Hughesy needs to get his package out," Kyle suggested, "get the leg lizard out Hughesy".
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