Ryan Seacrest Takes Chinese Food That Doesn’t Belong to Him

Many individuals with COVID-19 have reported a lack of style or scent, however Ryan Seacrest loved loads of meals whereas in quarantine.

The “American Idol” host just lately recovered after testing constructive for COVID-19 after managing to keep away from it for two-and-a-half years, and he shared a quarantine replace to Instagram.

“My days in quarantine. Thank you to everybody who despatched soups, sardines, and get effectively needs,” the host wrote. The “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” account reposted his photographs with the caption, “Just right here to share one in every of @ryanseacrest’s consolation meals is sardines,” and followers had blended reactions to this distinctive craving, with one fan commenting “Eeeewwwwww lol!”

Soup and sardines weren’t all Ryan Seacrest ate whereas recovering from COVID-19. The host revealed on his radio show that he unintentionally stole anyone else’s Chinese meals supply. Read extra on this under.

Ryan Seacrest Took Somebody Else’s Chinese Food

“So an UberEats supply got here to my door, and it mentioned ‘Ryan’ on the ticket. And I believed it was a present as a result of individuals have been sending me soup [while I recovered],” Seacrest shared on his radio show, “so I acquired Chinese meals delivered, and I by no means order Chinese meals.”

The host goes on to elucidate that he simply assumed the Chinese meals was a present to rejoice his latest damaging COVID-19 check and determined to eat it, nonetheless uncertain of precisely who despatched it to him.

“Then I regarded on the ticket, and it wasn’t me, Ryan. It was Ryan, another person, on the ticket. So I opened up the stuff, and I had one potsticker.”

Seacrest laughs along with his cohosts, Tanya Rad and Sisanie, over his fake pas. He mentions that the Uber driver, who was “nice”, returned and Seacrest was in a position to return all unopened and untouched objects.

“You ate anyone else’s meals? You are a thief!”Ryan’s cohosts chastised him for not checking the ticket extra rigorously earlier than diving into the Chinese meals.

Ryan Seacrest Asks Fans to Help Pick Quarantine Binge Watches

When Seacrest first introduced his COVID analysis, he reached out to fans on Twitter for assist deciding the way to move the time in quarantine, writing, “I’ll be in be watching television this week so please let me know in case you have any suggestions (particularly for any foodie reveals!)”

Lots of followers really helpful “Somebody Feed Phil” on Netflix, with different recommendations together with Hulu’s “The Bear”, and Netflix’s “Chef’s Table”.

Seacrest checked in on his binge-watching throughout the October 14 episode of his radio show, “On Air with Ryan Seacrest”. The solely “foodie show” the host talked about trying out was “Chef’s Table: Pizza” on Netflix. Aside from that, however the host had some complaints about different recommendations he was given.

“You know what I noticed, is that each streaming scripted collection that anybody’s informed me to look at? You cannot watch within the daylight. I am unable to see what’s taking place on the display screen, every thing’s so darkish!” Seacrest mentioned, although he was in a position to watch HBO’s “The Staircase” and “Escape From Kabul”.

Luckily for Seacrest, now that he has recovered he’s in a position to return to watching these collection at night time.

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