Kyle addressed his troubled childhood, which involved domestic violence and living on the streets.
"Most of you would know me as that fat loudmouth from the radio or from the television, but it was a long journey to get here," he began.
"Back in the 80s, I was from a broken home. There was domestic violence and alcohol in my young childhood. One day, my mum got the courage to walk off with myself and my younger brother and leave that horrible life behind."
"It was pretty bad when I think about it now. But I still didn't care because my mum wasn't being attacked."
Speaking to Daily Mail, Kyle said that most people would be shocked if they knew how many children were homeless in Australian cities.
As of 2016, there are more than 26,000 homeless people under 18 in Australia.
He told the publication, "The dangers kids face out there and the lack of opportunities to make them feel as young adolescents - they feel lost, that there is no hope. They get led into a life of crime, of drugs, or prostitution. All terrible lives."