On March 11, 2018, when American Idol returned to ABC, and Ryan Seacrest walked out on stage, everyone began asking themselves, “How does Ryan Seacrest do it?”.
As per GQ, Ryan Seacrest can easily be called “the busiest man in television” and, with the return of American Idol, he is now working, almost continuously. Mr. Seacrest begins his day, in New York City, paired with Kelly Ripa on Live with Kelly and Ryan, a morning talk show he began working with on May 1, 2017, taking over for Michael Strahan, who had moved to Good Morning America.
By mid-morning, Ryan Seacrest can be found in his studio, as the host and producer of On Air with Ryan Seacrest, his nationally syndicated Top-40 radio program. The remainder of his day he can be found working with the numerous reality television shows he produces, including the Kardashian productions.
In addition to his morning talk show, radio production, and numerous television productions, Ryan Seacrest has also created Ryan Seacrest Distinction (ryanseacrestdistinction.com), his clothing line that brings the classic, slim line of the “Ryan Seacrest Style” affordable to men everywhere. Mr. Seacrest has also developed, with Dr. Harold Lancer, a men’s skincare line named Polish by Dr. Lancer, an easy to use product line, which includes anti-aging, sunscreen, and shaving products.
Finally, Mr. Seacrest, a fashion line creator, also manages to take the time for children, through the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which works in conjunction with pediatric hospitals and provides media production facilities to inspire children to create while they heal.
With all these activities, it would seem that Mr. Seacrest has a pretty full plate, but, he still manages to squeeze in the time to host Dick Clark’s Rockin New Years Eve, as well as other, red carpet events, and, of course, hosting the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Leaving American Idol fans wondering, “How does Ryan Seacrest do it all?”