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Ryan Seacrest Opens a Tenth Studio for Kids

If there is one celebrity in the entertainment industry who knows everyone and has the ability to make a large impact whether it be in entertainment, fashion or philanthropy, that celebrity would be Ryan Seacrest. Seacrest works in multiple genres of entertainment including television, radio, film, sports, and even now philanthropy. The TV host most notable for his work on American Idol, Fear Factor, and Gladiator 2000 first started out with a flagship studio for pediatric hospitals in Orange County, California. He started out at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County and has since flourished and the replicated the studios ten times across the country in various large cities. Seacrest Studios is a part of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization helping lift children’s spirits who are hospitals for various reasons, and it gives them an outlet to explore the more creative side of the entertainment industry. Kids explore news, media, and broadcasting, in addition to making music videos and other creative endeavors. Hospital life can be rough, but Seacrest has been making an impact across the country and many celebrities have been supporting him.

The most recent location is at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, and some other locations include Philadelphia, Dallas, Washington DC, Boston, and Charlotte. Some celebrity visitors include comedian Aziz Ansari, pop star Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys, pop band Maroon 5, former First Lady Michelle Obama, rapper Sean Kingston, rap producer Timbaland, celebrity artist Usher, megastar Justin Bieber, singer John Legend, Jason Derulo, Ingrid Michaelson, actress Hilary Duff, the band Imagine Dragons, the Harlem Globetrotters Taylor Lautner From the Twilight television series, and many more.

Some positions that Ryan has taking on any entertainment industry include, amongst others, “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” on iHeartRadio, the host of KIIS-FM 102.7 Los Angeles, American Top 40 formerly with Casey Kasem who is the voice of Shaggy on the popular cartoon series Scooby-Doo, Live with Kelly and Ryan, and Ryan has even has appeared on some movies including Knocked Up, Get Smart with Steve Carell, and the voice of Butter Pants on “Shrek Forever After”. If you want to stay updated about Ryan Seacrest, follow @ryanseacrest on Facebook.

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