There is only one man in the entertainment industry who has not only worked in five different genres of the industry, but who is also paving the way for philanthropy and blazing a new trail for other celebrities to follow in his footsteps. This man is no other than Ryan Seacrest: the famed host of American Idol and the New York City New Year’s Eve ball dropping. Seacrest has opened up a flagship recording studio on the seventh floor of the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. The studio is frequented by many types of celebrities in the Los Angeles area, and is a place where children can learn the news, broadcasting, and entertainment side of the world in order to lift their spirits and give them hope for the future. The patients are allowed to make music videos on green screens, record songs, listen to interviews from the many celebrities who stopped by, meet and greet them, and hear live performances from the artists.
Celebrities who have stopped by include Selena Gomez, Danielle Bradbery, Drake Bell from the show Drake & Josh, Nick Jonas, Chris Martin of Coldplay, CeeLo Green, Jason Derulo, John Legend, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, and many more: All stop by for a visit.
The flagship studio has been so successful that Ryan has opened up ten more studios across the country. The locations of these newer studios include Dallas, Charlotte, Washington DC, Boston, Philadelphia, and others. Ryan Seacrest has a successful career in varied genres including radio, film, sports commentating (Superbowl), and even some producing … for which he has earned two Emmys. Ryan Seacrest is the producer of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Jamie Oliver’s food Revolution, Married to Jonas, and Shahs of Sunset. The TV host‘s presence has even graced the likes of the movies Knocked Up, Get Smart starring Steve Carell, and he has been the voice of Butter Pants on Shrek Forever After.