Kyle Sandilands

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Kyle Sandilands is laying down the law!

The shock jock announced on Wednesday that he's signed on to do a pilot episode of a new Judge Judy-style Ten series called Trial By Kyle.  

"People will come in with their stupid arguments, neighbourhood disputes, maybe some girl got a tit job and she wants to sue her doctor 'cause it's a botched job," he said on The Kyle and Jackie O Show July 18. "Real-life feuds, celebrities going up against photographers—we've already got one of those locked in. This is sort of the show that I'm going to do."

The 47-year-old radio host also encouraged listeners to submit their own disputes for possible consideration and said the show model would be "similar to arbitration".

"I haven't decided whether it will be just me or whether I'll have a panel of jurors," he added.

Kyle previously appeared on Australian TV shows like Big Brother, Australian Idol and Australia's Got Talent. He was fired by Ten during his Idol run in 2009 after a live lie detector segment on The Kyle and Jackie O Show (then 2Day FM) led to a 14-year-old girl revealing she had been sexually assaulted.

"I'm returning to Channel Ten. The people who terribly fired me back in the day," he said on air this week. "If I held grudges, why would I go back to a network that treated me so badly back in the day?"

"'Cause they're paying you money?" asked co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson, to which Kyle answered, "Correct."

E! News has reached out to Ten for comment.

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