When I hear the name, Ryan Seacrest, it makes me smile. His upbeat, pleasant, energetic personality is infectious. He has a distinct talent for thinking fast on his feet. He knows how to quickly and cleverly turn an awkward situation into humor.
Ryan Seacrest became a co-host on American Idol in 2002 along with a comedian, Brian Dunkleman. In 2003, Ryan was the sole host and 26 million viewers watched the show which soon exploded in popularity. Ryan Seacrest became the highest paid show host in history.
Ryan Seacrest has a classic menswear line, Distinction, where classic and traditional style is tweaked in a modern way. A variety of textures, colors and shapes are put together in new, creative ways. This distinguished line of men’s clothing is sold nationwide at Macy’s. The fabrics are high quality, masculine and beautifully tailored.
On Air with Ryan is a syndicated radio show that broadcasts from E on weekdays. The program broadcasts for four hours. Ryan interviews celebrities and relates to them like any fan would. He is particularly skilled in the task of bridging the gap between celebrities and their fans.
After working with various co-hosts for almost a year, Kelly Ripa was relieved to welcome her long-time friend, Ryan Seacrest, as her new and permanent co-host. The show is now, Live with Kelly and Ryan. They work extremely well together as they banter back and forth. Putting two enthusiastic personalities together with high energy and quick wits was the smart thing to do. There is never a dull moment.
According to http://abc.go.com/, Seacrest is also Chairman and Founder of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. This amazing organization allows and encourages sick children to come into the broadcasting studios to learn and observe anything they would like. The people who work there are loving, patient and accommodating with each child as they educate them about the studios.
The studios bring in a lot of well known celebrities for the children to meet. The children can be in the audience or choose to be a performer. If the children are too sick to come in person, they are set up to attend remotely. It takes them away from their pain and suffering and gives them something fun and exciting to think about.
Article reference: https://www.nytimes.com/