Ryan Seacrest Host of E! Live from the Red Carpet steps away

 

 

 

After 14 years of hosting E!’s Live from the Red Carpet Ryan Seacrest is leaving to move on to other ventures. Along with Giuliana Rancic as co-host, both Seacrest and Rancic were familiar fixtures at many other shows as well such as the Oscars, the Grammys, the Emmys and the Golden Globes.

 

Seacrest announced his departure on Instagram. He also spoke of missing his crew and his amazing partner and thanked everyone for watching them host the show for years.

 

This move could be exactly what is required in the current scenario as he perhaps had a finger in too many pies and it was getting to him. He may be able to begin dating again as he’s been single since last summer after he and influencer Shayna Taylor had parted ways.

 

He has a syndicated radio show called “On Air with Ryan Seacrest.” He is co-chair with Kelly Ripa as they host ABC’s daytime chat show “Live With Kelly and Ryan.”

 

Seacrest, who considers the late host Larry King his mentor, is the host for the network’s annual, “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’Eve with Ryan Seacrest not to forget the popular singing competition “American Idol” which is aired on Fox.

 

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Another reality show where he plays a major role is “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” He has been a producer of this long running E! show. It will finally end after Season 20, which has an expected premiere of March 18.

 

The network also praised him and appreciated his services as said that he would remain a “part of the E! family.” Other celebrities also praised his role and Brad Goreski called him a “legend.”

 

The next huge awards show is approaching. The Golden Globes are scheduled to be held on Sunday, February 28, 2021. There has been no announcement of a replacement, as yet.

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