Ryan Seacrest: The Entertainment Idol

Significantly known for its rap culture, Atlanta Georgia is home to one of the crowd’s favorite American Idol host Ryan Seacrest. Unlike many kids who grow up playing with guns and video games such as GI-Joe, Ryan grew up doing shows at home with a microphone. As they say, success is a combination of several factors – luck, mental preparedness, and chance. While studying at the university of Georgia Ryan started his internship in WSTR until his graduation in 1992. On one occasion while working with Tom Sullivan, his mentor, he was put on air after their regular DJ failed to show up due to illness and as they say the rest is history.

With the first season having a cult following, live with Kelly and Ryan was scheduled for the second season. The first season hosted several iconic co-hosts such as Jimmie Kimmel and Taraji P Henson. Its specials included events such as Halloween. While speaking about their second season, Ryan suggested it would be epic, and it will consist of iconic artists, live music and art.

As the new season aired of Live with Kelly and Ryan (@ryanseacrest), the schedule had been arranged – Record-breaking Monday, record-breaking Tuesday, record-breaking Wednesday and record-breaking Friday, the instructor set the rules of the floss dance. Though raining, this didn’t stop people from dancing. During the record-breaking Tuesday, they hosted a stunt team that wanted to set the record for the most slum dunks (under the leg) in one minute while using a trampoline. Their Wednesday breaking record saw Bryan Berg built the tallest card house in 1 hour. The Thursday show saw Ryan and Kelly struggle to set the fastest time to wrap a person using a wrapper. Lastly, the Friday show began by hosting the show’s producer, and later they hosted Dee Dee who wanted to set a record for the largest juice extract from grapes.

Lastly, Ryan Seacrest has been running a foundation that tries to give back to the community. Launched in 2010 his foundation strives to inspire the youth through entertainment and Education.

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