Ryan Seacrest is by far one of the most iconic hosts in all of reality television. The world of reality TV and music competition stems from the original show, American Idol. The show represented to the world an industry of musicians and artists who have now become worldwide phenomenon’s. American Idol is the defining show that started the world of music and singing competitions, and it’s incredible what it has done to the world of music opening that door. Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) is the man who helped make that happen. His skills on the mic and introducing contestants so well is what made him such a unique performer on that stage. They had him share the stage with another host during the first season, but once they saw his potential as his own performer, they knew it was time for him to grow and still be their performer.
In an article from GQ, it mentioned that Ryan Seacrest is a professional host who will continue hosting the next season of American Idol when it returns in 2019! He is an award-winning creative businessman who has now done everything from host of reality music competition to host of his own radio talk show. His business and philanthropic efforts stem farther by helping the youth. Seacrest has put his efforts from Idol into more avenues of both business and helping out. He is the co-host of Live With Kelly and Ryan! As the host of the New Year’s Eve special right in New York City, he has taken over Dick Clark’s show and has been the host for the past several years now.
One thing most people don’t realize is that Ryan Seacrest, radio show host, has gone through plenty of ups and downs in his own personal life. He wasn’t always the most attractive person out there, so he definitely has closed up and now showcases a beautiful part of him to the world nowadays. Seacrest continues to shine not just in his hosting but also on the impact he makes. All of his philanthropic work has made a difference, and he strives to provide a place to learn about media.
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