Ryan Seacrest

 

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Ryan Seacrest is a television personality who is also on the radio since he has a varied career. Ryan Seacrest was the host of Deadline Hollywood since May 2014 until the end of its run in April 2016. On July 20th, 2017, Seacrest on Live with Kelly and Ryan was the host of an American Idol reboot as his multi-year deal became worth $10 million. In 2005, Ryan Seacrest became a host for the New Year’s Eve show Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, as he was co-hosting with Dick Clark until Clark died. Seacrest was a co-host with Jenny McCarthy and Fergie, who paid tribute to Dick Clark in the pre-show. Go To This Page for related information.

Seacrest was a co-host for the Olympics since the 2012 London Olympic Games. On May 1st, 2017, Seacrest was going to join Kelly Ripa as a host, changing the show title to Live With Kelly and Ryan. The show had an average of 3 million viewers that year In January 2004, another Seacrest project had been as American Top 40. Ryan Seacrest launched Ryan Seacrest Productions in August 2008, while naming his longtime William Morris Agent, Adam Sher as CEO. As managing editor of E! News he does red carpet awards show coverage while no longer hosting E! News.

Ryan Seacrest also dabbles in fashion, as Burberry’s Christopher Bailey designed Seacrest’s suites for red carpet events such as in the past, New Year’s Eve 2009. He even created a line of clothing, called Ryan Seacrest Distinction, which was launched in 2014. He also has a men’s skincare line called Polish, making Seacrest a self-made man.

 

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Ryan Seacrest Working To Eat Well And Drink Wine

 

If there were awards for people who do so much at the same time, then it would go to Ryan Seacrest. Ryan is just one man, but he has so much. He is the host of Live with Kelly and Ryan alongside that he is the host of a nationally syndicated radio show. The 43 years old is the executive producer of the exciting family reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashian and American Idol. He recently opened a cloth line and skin care line which he is in collaboration with a Hollywood dermatologist. He has a non-profit organization known as Ryan Seacrest Foundation.

Ryan Seacrest had to move from Los Angeles to New York City to host the show live with Kelly and Ryan. He wakes up at around 6 o’clock every money and begins his morning routine which entails of taking a shower, shaving and moistening his skin. Due to the move he is not entirely used to the weather in New York; hence he checks the forecast every morning.

Most of the times he wears sweat pants, a t-shirt and a zip up hoodie. He takes his tea which is followed by coffee. Ryan states that in his 20’s and 30’s it was hard for him to admit to people that he worked during business hours. In the current time, he says he has learned to balance his schedule with his work out plan.

Ryan Seacrest is so dedicated that sometimes when he had a show at the Bahamas, he took a trainer with him to ensure he keeps up with his routine.

Before going to work, he watches a bit of television to try and keep up with what is happening in the world. He does some reading in the car while headed to work. Over time he has learned to accept that he can’t deal with everything he only can deal with so much. In the afternoon he thinks of long term issues and also takes phone calls and interviews. He says that he can achieve this by having self-discipline. He also states that he works hard to eat well and drink wine. See This Page to learn more.

 

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The Chainsmokers Sing About What They Know

The Chainsmokers aren’t afraid to sing about what they know. Although they have changed their tune somewhat, they are always real and always genuine. Their recent sing, “Sick Boy,” is a bit darker than the feel of the rest of their music but is true and realistic to their experiences and to the events that have taken place in their lives over the past few months. They have not produced a new song for about nine months, but that does not mean that they are out of the music scene. They simply need to gather more material in order to come up with fresh hits and to live life a little.

The duo performed at the Hilton and American Express event in New York in January and they mesmerized their fans like they always do wherever they go. They have created hits such as “Roses,” “Paris,” “Something Just Like this,” and Don’t Let Me Down,” which they performed with Daya. They performed “Something Just Like This” with Coldplay, and their song “Closer” with Halsey.

They have many great hits, and many artists do not continue to create hits, but the duo has proven that they are long-term hit material. Their new hit, “Sick Boy,” is yet another popular hit with their many fans and it is the beginning of the next phase of their music.

Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall produce music that reflects what they feel whether it be anger, frustration, or romance, their songs have a raw edge to them, and they draw in many fans because they are very relatable. “Sick Boy” is a song about what it feels lie to be alive in our generation and many people feel the same way which is why they love their music.

The past couple of years have been quite epic for the duo and also very inspiring at the same time. In other words, they have a lot to sing about. Their lives have seemed surreal at many times yet grounded. Their music will whisk you away for it all yet has a realistic tinge to the lyrics.

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Alex Pall Talks About The Struggle For Identity in Chainsmokers Interview

According to Alex Pall, the New York based DJ who forms one-half of the hit group the Chainsmokers, it is all about the struggle to become artists. Sitting down in an interview the Interview Magazine Pall and cohort Andrew Taggart explained the uniqueness of their music. The two have been steadily gaining popularity since the release of their breakthrough single “#Selfie” in 2012. Their latest work has been stirring up quite a hornet’s nest of speculation.

Since the 2016 release of charting single “Closer” Andrew Taggart has been providing lead vocals for songs. The duo has also become more involved in songwriting, and their music now contains references to their real lives within its lyrics. As most DJ’s in the EDM spectrum create electronic soundscapes out of other people’s music, obviously this is a bit peculiar. Pall explained it as a journey of self-discovery, and an attempt to remain interesting and engaged. “People connect to a our music on a deep level” the artists explained, “And we want to be part of that”.

The duo described their formation of album concepts, explaining to Interview Magazine their process. “You feel the pressure of an album,” Pall begins, “fans want it and so does the label, but we do not want an album of 10 or 12 songs that have nothing to do with each other.” Pall continues by describing a typical DJ album, around six good songs, a few dance records, maybe an interlude, and about three actual singles. According to Pall the group has reached the point where an album should be a related body of work, illustrating who they are cohesively.

It is pretty easy to understand where Alex Pall is coming from. EDM music is mostly beautifully organized sound tapestries. DJs rely on other artists to provide vocals and words. This is why songs within the genre sound a lot alike, and why there are seven remixes of the same source material floating around. The only way to become relevant in such an atmosphere, is to poke some holes in the wall and push boundaries.

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