Long before American Idol: The Search for a Superstar, Live with Kelly and Ryan, On Air with Ryan Seacrest, and the countless other television and radio shows he’s been a part of, Mr. Ryan Seacrest was once not nearly as attractive as he is today, definitely not in shape, and shy as shy can be.
However, the world hasn’t been privy to knowing how fat and out of shape Ryan Seacrest was during his younger years. During a sit-down, exclusive interview with Men’s Journal, found in both its print and digital publication, Ryan Seacrest revealed nearly everything regarding his decision to begin exercising, refrain from eating so much junk food, and also the idea of sharing with others that he was overweight as a child.
Here’s exactly why Ryan Seacrest came out of the proverbial closet of childhood unhealthiness
Most people across the Internet – at least those familiar with Ryan Seacrest, that is – are familiar with the photograph of the young, overweight Ryan Seacrest. He was very chubby – his cheeks resembled those of a human-sized, non-hairy chipmunk – he sported a far-too-large pair of aviator reading glasses, had on a short-sleeve collared polo t-shirt that had broad, navy blue and white stripes.
Everyone who has seen the picture might not even realize that its subject is none other than the now-study, well-dressed host Ryan Seacrest.
Mr. Seacrest shared in the Men’s Journal interview that he decided to come clean about his past because doing so felt like he was being true to himself. He also said that he was bullied as a kid, though all the self-doubt and verbal attacks of hate he experienced helped mold the fit Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) the entertainment business recognizes today.
The background of Mr. Seacrest
Most TV watchers, lifestyle site readers, and social media scrollers know that Seacrest is synonymous with American Idol and Live with Kelly and Ryan. However, his first love came in the form of radio, which explains his long-held post as the host of On Air with Ryan Seacrest, during which he also broadcasts American Top 40.
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