How Does Ryan Seacrest Do It All?
Ryan Seacrest holds illustrious positions in broadcasting, television, and both syndicated and local radio. He recently became the permanent co-host with Kelly Ripa on the “Live with Kelly and Ryan show”. After his move to New York he had to make some adjustments to his morning routine. He rises at 6 am in the morning, takes a shower, shaves and applies moisturizer to his face. He dresses in a pair of sweats, a zip-up hoodie and a T-shirt. He drinks matcha tea followed by coffee. He believes matcha sets the tone for his body because of all the great things in it.
Working out is an essential part of Ryan Seacrests’ daily life. He does everything possible to maintain his workout routine. He has been working with a boxing coach and uses the Peloton bike before he goes to work. He also loves to run.
Producer Ryan Seacrest has a clothing line for men called Ryan Seacrest Distinction. It was founded in 2014. The distinction of the brand is found in its fabrics, design, detail and value.
American Idol will return for its 15th and final season with Ryan Seacrest as its host. In 2002, he co-hosted the show with comedian Brian Dunkleman. He became the sole host in 2003.
Ryan Seacrest hosts “On Air with Ryan Seacrest“. It is a weekday syndicated radio program which airs on on Los Angeles Top 40 station 102.7 KIIS-FM.
Ryan Seacrest was inspired to create the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) after visiting sick children in the hospital. He was amazed by the courage of the children and their families and the dedication of the doctors and the hospital staff.
Ryan Seacrest is quoted as saying “I’m only working to eat well and drink wine.” He is a vegan and a massive foodie. He looks forward to eating a family-style meal on Fridays and Saturdays and washing it down with a great bottle of wine.
Ryan Seacrest learned to make the job look easy from Dick Clark. Clark said “When you’re a broadcaster and host, if every person who watches it thinks you make the job look easy and that it’s not that big of a deal to do it, then you’re doing it well.”