Ryan Seacrest

Consuelos met his wife (and newly minted co-host) Kelly Ripa on the soap opera 28 years ago.
The two shared a lengthy hug before Seacrest delivered some heartfelt remarks of his own.
"You’re a true friend. You’re a brother. You’re generous to my wife, to my whole family," Consuelos told Seacrest ahead of his departure from the show.
“This is something that you and I have been talking about for a long time, and it was a tough, tough decision," Seacrest said to co-host Kelly Ripa.
“Not true,” Ripa quickly retorted after Seacrest claimed Cohen snubbed him while they were filming opposing New Year's Eve specials.
The entertainer returned to "Idol" as a fill-in judge for the live show and quickly caused a stir.
The current president looks at "historic victories." The president-elect says the U.S. will be much "stronger" in 2021.
The 20th -- and final -- season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" will air in early 2021, the family announced this week.
On Tuesday's “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” the host thanked fans for their well-wishes after a headline-grabbing day off.
The champion captured the first remote series final, but the host's difficulties also grabbed viewers' attention.