Ryan Seacrest made it known on national TV that he is single and available. This came days after he went on an outing with his ex-girlfriend.
Most ladies would love to date the dashing television and radio personality, Ryan Seacrest, and the good news is that they'll get a chance if a screen test takes place.
Seacrest put it out in the universe after he announced on national TV that he is single and ready to go back to the dating pool, and possibly walk down the aisle.
He made this known during a discussion with his co-host, Kelly Ripa, on their show "Kelly and Ryan." Ripa told her colleague that she met her husband, Mark Consuelos, at a screen test held by Christopher Goutman.
The 48-year-old credits the producer with bringing her and Consuelos together. While Ryan tried to clarify the role Goutman played in the love story, his co-host insisted that if the screen test for the ‘90s show "All My Children" had not taken place, she might not have met the "Riverdale" star.
Armed with this information, Seacrest declared that the next time the award-winning producer holds a screen test, he should invite him over as he's unmarried and available.
Ordinary, the Georgia native statement won't cause much of a stir, but eyebrows were raised because the television host was spotted some days back on an outing with his ex-girlfriend, Shayna Taylor.
The former couple ended their relationship in February after dating for three years. During the outing, they wore casual outfits and appeared cozy.
The "ABC" TV host and the Shayna Kitchen owner first got together in 2013, after he ended his nearly two years relationship with Julianne Hough of "Dancing With the Stars."
They broke things off in 2014, and in 2016, the 44-year-old "E!" red-carpet host and the 27-year-old decided to give their love another chance.
Seacrest, aside from "Kelly & Ryan" also hosts the singing competition show "American Idols." He has fulfilled that role for years until he recently stepped away for someone else to host in his stead.
Bobby Bones, a radio host filled in for his colleague due to an illness. The author acknowledged that although he is not the face the viewers see when the show is on, he resembles the "American Idol" host.
Bones also said the radio personality sent him sneakers and a thank you note as a way of showing his appreciation.
Seacrest is back to hosting the singing show among his other obligations, and hopefully, the universe will grant him his wish.