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Kyle Sandilands’ lavish gifts are revealed after he celebrated his 50th birthday on a superyacht

A gold toilet seat from convicted drug dealer Simon Main, a designer Panerai watch and a $1000 Hermes ashtray: Kyle Sandilands’ lavish 50th birthday gifts from his celebrity pals revealed… and they are worth almost $500,000

KIIS FM’s Kyle Sandilands was showered with lavish gifts from his celebrity friends when he celebrated his 50th birthday on board a luxurious superyacht on Saturday.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the radio star’s girlfriend Tegan Kynaston gifted her beau a luxurious Panerai watch, which start at $10,000 but can cost hundreds of thousands.

Kyle’s co-host Jackie O Henderson bought him a Hermes vase which are priced at up to $5900.

Gold toilet seat from Dubai, Panerai watch and a Hermes ashtray: Kyle Sandilands’ lavish gifts are revealed after celebrating his 50th birthday on a superyacht with celebrity friends. Pictured Kyle and co-host Jackie O Henderson

Today show host Karl Stefanovic gifted him a Hermes ashtray which retail for around $1000 while convicted drug dealer Simon Main imported a gold toilet seat from Dubai.

Meanwhile, controversial figure Darryn Lyons, 55, gave Kyle a racy photo of a topless woman holding her bust.

The framed black and white image was shot by famous New York artist Formento & Formento.

Former Australian Idol star Guy Sebastian recorded a remix of one of Kyle’s favourite songs Kid Laroi’s Without You along with a $200 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz.

Prestigious: According to The Daily Telegraph, the radio star's girlfriend Tegan Kynaston gifted her man a luxurious Panerai watch, which start at $10,000 but can cost hundreds of thousands

Prestigious: According to The Daily Telegraph, the radio star’s girlfriend Tegan Kynaston gifted her man a luxurious Panerai watch, which start at $10,000 but can cost hundreds of thousands

The Amazing Race host Beau Ryan gifted the radio star a designer pen, while retired professional boxer Jeff Fenech presented him with a five star dinner at Black.

Meanwhile, 2GB host Ben Fordham gave him an ‘$8 watch he’d bought from a garage sale’.

The gift was a ‘terribly cheap Casio watch from 1988,’ Kyle recalled. ‘It was the worst present that anyone bought.’

Racy image: Controversial figure Darryn Lyons, 55, gave Kyle a racy photo of a topless woman holding her bust

Racy image: Controversial figure Darryn Lyons, 55, gave Kyle a racy photo of a topless woman holding her bust

That's unique! Convicted drug dealer Simon Main imported a gold toilet seat from Dubai. Pictured: Solid gold toilet made by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan

That’s unique! Convicted drug dealer Simon Main imported a gold toilet seat from Dubai. Pictured: Solid gold toilet made by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan

Kyle celebrated his 50th birthday with a Sydney Harbour cruise on board a luxurious $3,000-per-hour superyacht on Saturday.

The vessel was decorated with an abundance of gold and black balloons, and was branded with ‘King Kyle 50’ on both sides of the ship.

Samantha Jade, 34, provided the entertainment, performing a 20 minute set for the guests.

Special: Former Australian Idol star Guy Sebastian recorded a remix of one of Kyle's favourite songs Kid Laroi's Without You along with a $200 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz

Special: Former Australian Idol star Guy Sebastian recorded a remix of one of Kyle’s favourite songs Kid Laroi’s Without You along with a $200 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz

Kyle Sandilands’ birthday gifts

–  Panerai watch from girlfriend  Tegan Kynaston

–  Hermes vase from radio co-host Jackie O 

 – Racy shot by famous New York artist Formento & Formento from former paparazzo Darryn Lyons,

– Gold toilet seat from Dubai from best friend and convicted drug dealer Simon Main

– Hermes ashtray from TV star pal Karl Stefanovic 

–  Guy Sebastian recorded a remix of one of Kyle’s favourite songs Kid Laroi’s Without You

– Five star dinner at Black from professional boxer Jeff Fenech 

– Casio Watch from radio rival Ben Fordham 

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