Ryan Seacrest spits out his drink and warns crew member, ‘Don’t laugh!’ after Kelly Ripa makes a shocking on-air admission
RYAN Seacrest and Kelly Ripa had a funny moment presenting their show.
Speaking on Live with Kelly and Ryan yesterday, the latter couldn’t help but laugh after Kelly made a surly comment.
The two hosts presented a segment about rings tracking sleep schedules.
Kelly stressed: “This is the worst competition ever; ‘Who slept the least and what was the quality of sleep?'”
Ryan admitted: “I was in bed for five hours and 44 minutes, I slept for three hours and 26 minutes. Not great! So I didn’t want to know.”
Kelly, 52, then shared: “I went to bed late and got up too early. I don’t have to wear the ring. The ring irritates me. He tells me what I already know.
“Wait, the ring does what?” asked Ryan.
Kelly doubled down on her admission: “It irritates me. It does.”
By this point, Ryan, 48, couldn’t hold back his laughter…unfortunately, he was just sipping his drink.
As Kelly continued her tirade against the Oura ring, Ryan looked off-screen and yelled, “Devon don’t laugh out loud, it’s going to make me spit my water out.”
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News that Ryan was leaving the show after six years broke in February.
It has been announced that he will be replaced by co-host Kelly’s husband Mark Consuelos, who has deputized for him in the past.
The popular ABC show will be renamed Live with Kelly and Mark, Deadline reported.
Ryan will be leaving Live this spring and returning to Los Angeles from New York to film Season 21 of American Idol.
The daytime TV star said he will miss his “work wife” Kelly, who has hosted the show since 2001.
Ryan added that he was “excited to pass the baton to Kelly’s “real husband” Mark, and joked that the actor should “feel free to remodel my dressing room.”
Last month, Kelly spoke to Variety about her concerns about Ryan’s departure.
He has been her co-host since 2017.
She’s had three co-hosts – Regis Philbin, Michael Strahan and now Ryan – who have come and gone as she has been a fixture for over 20 years.
Although Kelly had known about Ryan’s departure for some time, she still said she was saddened by his announcement.
She told the outlet that Mark comforted her about the decision.
“Ryan and Mark were like, ‘Why are you nervous? It’s going to be okay,'” Kelly told Variety.
“And I said to them, ‘You must forgive me. I have a little PTSD.’”