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Ryan Seacrest Gives Health Update to Concerned Fans

Fans have noticed that Ryan Seacrest has inexplicably gone missing from his morning TV show, “Live With Kelly & Ryan,” and there is no sign of him in leaked photos of the “American Idol” cast performing in New Orleans in recent days. was filmed. Now the reason for his absence is clear: The star has tested positive for COVID for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

Seacrest reunites with the “American Idol” judges to kick off Season 21 in Las Vegas on September 23, 2022. But in leaked photos and videos of auditions taking place in New Orleans over the past few days, including a marching band and crowds cheering in front of the judges on Jackson Square on October 10, there was no sign of Seacrest.

It is unknown if Seacrest would be in New Orleans, but he usually attends auditions for “jury city,” filming interviews with contestants and getting their reactions after the audition. But on October 11, 2022, Seacrest informed fans via Twitter and on his Instagram Stories that he tested positive for COVID-19 and was incarcerated at home.

“I don’t know how I avoided it for so long, but unfortunately I tested positive for COVID-19 a few days ago and am currently in quarantine,” he wrote. “Although I’m feeling the usual symptoms, I hope to recover soon.”

Seacrest is known for being one of the busiest men in show business between his morning TV show, “American Idol” appearance, and his daily radio show. He even asked fans what shows he should watch while secluded at home.

He wrote, “I’m in bed watching TV this week, so let me know if you have any recommendations (especially for foodie shows!).”

On October 11, fans suspected something was amiss when Kelly Ripa’s husband, actor Mark Consuelos, was announced at the last minute as her guest co-host on “Live With Kelly and Ryan.” The show’s Instagram feed posted the news that morning and still hadn’t revealed who would be co-hosting October 12 at the time of publication.

Fans took to social media to wish Seacrest the best and, as requested, offered their show ideas to keep him entertained while he rests. Several suggested he watch his own shows, including one who recommended reruns of the first few “Idol” seasons.

Among the food shows people often recommended were “The Bear” on Hulu, “Chef’s Table” and “Somebody Feed Phil” on Netflix, “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” on CNN, and Lisa Ling’s “Take Out” on HBO Max.

Several fans wrote on Twitter that they had also just been diagnosed with COVID.

One of them said, ‘I hope you’re feeling better. I also tested positive for Covid last week. I feel much better after a few days of rest.”

On Oct. 10, NBC News reported that while there is a “downtrend” in COVID cases, tens of thousands of Americans are still being diagnosed each day, further complicated by flu cases already rising in parts of the U.S. Hospitals anticipate a stressful fall and winter, as both COVID and flu cases are expected to increase as they continue to deal with staff shortages.

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