That’s exactly what happened when gridiron fans were greeted by surprise guest Ryan Seacrest — a name that’s not exactly synonymous with football — during Thursday night’s NFL opener between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens. The crowd’s befuddlement quickly turned to anger as the American Idol host took the field at Sports Authority Stadium in Denver.
Seacrest’s presence at an NFL game is the work of network syngery; next week he begins hosting The Million Second Quiz on NBC — the home of Sunday Night Football.
Modern day Renaissance Man Ryan Seacrest — the brain behind the Kardashian reality empire — is putting on his producer’s hat for a new E! docu-series starring pop boy bander The Wanted. The “I Found You” hitmakers — Max, Siva, Jay, Tom and Nathan — have signed up to star in a fly-on-the-wall reality show called The Wanted Life.
Julianne Hough and Ryan Seacrest spent New Year’s Eve working but have definitely also made up for it with some fun in the sun.
The pair were spotted enjoying some vacation time in St. Barths the last few days. Ryan, who is gearing back up for the new season of American Idol will no doubt be very busy the next few weeks. Julianne has also been doing press, revealing that she was mentally and physically abused while studying in London. Read the rest of this entry »
New Year’s Eve just isn’t New Year’s Eve without “America’s Oldest Teenager” Dick Clark.
ABC will air a 2-hour tribute to the late icon before its iconic New Year’s Rockin’ Eve broadcast in New York. Clark, who saw his speech severely altered by a stroke in 2004, died in April at the age of 82.