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2022 Australian election: Inside Jackie ‘O’ Henderson’s drunken party with KIIS FM stars

Jackie ‘O’ Henderson raised a toast to Australia’s political future, surrounded by KIIS FM colleagues at a drunken election party on Saturday night.

Instagram photos from the show only for the Henderson VIP show, 47, and radio colleagues sitting at a table cluttered with drinks as a Labor leader Anthony Albanese triumphs over the prime minister Scott Morrison.

Henderson smiled as he posed for photos at the table, although he sat next to several officials who supported opposing political parties.

Cheers for democracy! Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, 47, (right) raises a toast to Australia’s political future, surrounded by KIIS FM colleagues at a drunken election party on Saturday night

Henderson, who has previously expressed its support for the Morrison administration, he was joined at the table by Brooklyn Ross news anchor and Albanes trainee supporter Pete Depeller.

Also present was producer Jermaine D’Waus, who earlier this week shared his support for Morrison by singing the Liberal Party’s pre-election tune “There’s a Whole in Your Budget” on Instagram.

Producers Tom Whitaker, “Coffee” John Nicholson, Sam Wallins and former KIIS employee Pedro Cruz – all whose political affiliations are unknown – were also spied on photos from the event.

Opposition supporter: Henderson, who previously expressed support for the Morrison administration, joined the table from left-wing Brooklyn Ross news anchor (pictured recently on Channel 10)

Opposition supporter: Henderson, who previously expressed support for the Morrison administration, joined the table from left-wing Brooklyn Ross news anchor (pictured recently on Channel 10)

The winners are smiling! The supporter of Albanese

The winners are smiling! Albanian trainee supporter Pete Depeler (right) attends a drink with Henderson on Saturday night. He uploaded this photo of himself with the new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Sunday, along with the caption: “Boys !!!!!”

However, Henderson’s co-host and Morrison supporter Kyle Sandlands was clearly absent from the table.

Earlier, Sandylands and Henderson revealed that they would vote for Morrison in the 2022 federal election during a radio segment last month.

“I feel safe with him. At first I didn’t even like him … now I feel very safe with him, “said Sandylands, who considers Morrison a friend after talking to the former prime minister about Australia’s involvement in the Russia-Ukraine war.

Performance: Also present is producer Jermaine D'Waus, who earlier this week shared his support for Morrison, performing the Liberal Party's pre-election tune

Performance: Also present is producer Jermaine D’Waus, who earlier this week shared his support for Morrison, performing the Liberal Party’s pre-election tune “You have a whole budget” on Instagram (pictured)

Non-appearance: However, Henderson's co-host and his Morrison supporter Kyle Sandlands (pictured) was clearly absent from the table.

Non-appearance: However, Henderson’s co-host and his Morrison supporter Kyle Sandlands (pictured) was clearly absent from the table.

Vote 1 Liberals: Sandlands and Henderson (together, left) recently revealed they will vote for Prime Minister Scott Morrison (right) when federal polling stations open

“Like when the world is crazy, I like to communicate with experienced people who actually know what’s going on,” added the right-wing radio announcer.

Henderson replied: “That’s why, when it comes to elections, Kyle, politicians don’t mind the idea of ​​a possible war, because [voters] i like to stay with the one in charge.

But Sandlands and Henderson’s prediction failed on Saturday after Scott Morrison conceded defeat to Labor leader Anthony Olbanez.

Winner: Anthony Albanez (pictured May 21) will be sworn in as Australia's 31st prime minister after Scott Morrison conceded defeat in Saturday's federal election

Winner: Anthony Albanez (pictured May 21) will be sworn in as Australia’s 31st prime minister after Scott Morrison conceded defeat in Saturday’s federal election

Mr Morrison (pictured with his daughter Lily and Abby when he conceded defeat) congratulated Mr Olbanese on his election victory

Mr Morrison (pictured with his daughter Lily and Abby when he conceded defeat) congratulated Mr Olbanese on his election victory

As Mr Morrison said he would step down as leader, Defense Secretary Peter Dutton is expected to become opposition leader.

Mr Morrison, meanwhile, congratulated Mr Albanese on his election victory.

“When we see those in Ukraine fighting for their own freedom and liberty, I think on a night like tonight we can reflect on the greatness of our democracy,” he said.

“It is appropriate to recognize the functioning of our democracy. I have always believed in the Australians and their judgment, and I have always been ready to accept their sentences, and tonight they have delivered their sentences, and I congratulate Anthony Olbanese and the Labor Party and wish him and his Government all the best. ‘

“It is appropriate to recognize the functioning of our democracy”: Mr Morrison congratulates Mr Albanese on his election victory

2022 Australian election: Inside Jackie ‘O’ Henderson’s drunken party with KIIS FM stars

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