He may be the genius behind cult TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashian; however, Ryan Seacrest has admitted he has no plans to film his own reality show because he reckons he’s way too "boring".
The American Idol presenter produces several fly-on-the-wall shows, including the Jonas brother’s hit show Married To Jonas' and Nicki Minaj’s first foray into TV with Nicki Minaj: My Truth, and despite having a mass of A-list pals, Ryan says he believes his personal life is too bland to feature a series of its own.
Ryan Secrest says he's too boring for reality TV (Brian To/WENN)
"I would never want to do my own reality TV show. No one would want to watch, I'm so boring," he asmitted to OK! US.
We beg to differ, however, as after dating for two years, Ryan recently split from his girlfriend Julianne Hough last month, and we're beating there are tons of juicy details from the break-up.
Since the split, which insiders have claimed was due to their busy work schedules, Safe Haven beauty Julianne hasn’t wasted anytime in letting her blonde tresses down after it was report she spotted getting acquainted with Hollywood hunk Leonardo DiCaprio at Coachella.
Eyewitness from the festival revealed that they saw thew 24-year-old and the Great Gatsby star looking mighty cosy
The Kardshians celebrated Kourtney's 34th birthday this week (Twitter)
"They flirted up a storm", an eyewitness spilled to Star magazine. "They were putting their hands all over each other. At one point he whispered something in her ear and gave her a quick kiss on the cheek."
The alleged sighting has since been rubbish Leo's reps as "so silly."
Clearly happy to remain out of the reality spotlight, Ryan also spoke on his other beloved project American Idol, gushing that this year's judging panel has been most fashionable best so far.
''This year's 'American Idol' judges are the most fashionable judges we've ever had. I look forward to them all walking out, seeing what they're going to wear," he claimed.
Adding: ''The show has evolved from the number of viewers to the strength of contestants and judges, who may not have originally wanted to do the show.