All About Ryan Seacrest
Ryan Seacrest has been the host of American Idol for quite a few years. He also has a talk show on the radio and an E! reporter on the red carpet. In addition, he is the founder of the Ryan Seacrest foundation, which builds media centers inside of pediatric hospitals. These media centers let the kids explore different media types like radio, television, and news.
When asked how many jobs he had, Ryan Seacrest actually said he wasn’t sure. Once he counted them off, he figured out he had about 9 or 10. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he was also asked how he manages all of these things. His answer was that he tries to keep everything in one place. For instance, he would do the radio show, then walk across the hall to the television station.
Another big question for Ryan Seacrest was when he got up and whether or not he works out. He told the interviewer that he gets up around 5 or 5:15 and works out when he can. Once he schedules a workout, it isn’t moved and it can be at 10am or 5pm. In addition to that, they wanted to know if his inbox was full of unread messages. Surprisingly, Ryan Seacrest told them that he reads every email he gets and replies as soon as he can.
An interesting question the Ryan Secrest got during this interview is how he stays motivated. He pretty much just said he’s impatient so he’s able to get all the stuff done. With this impatience comes the reality of eating lunch while working. He doesn’t really take breaks and usually just eats while multitasking.
With American Idol ending, the interviewer asked Ryan Seacrest if he’s planning on finding something to fill that time. His reply was that he was planning on it, but he isn’t exactly sure what he’s planning on doing.
One of the things that really stood out is that Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) is a strong believer that it’s important for young people to have mentors. He wants to be able to be remembered as a friend and someone his friends could turn to. He also wants to be remembered as a good influence for young adults!