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Despite the fact that Seacrest's Live With Kelly and Ryan co-host Kelly Ripa spoke out this week in support of him amid the allegations, E! still faced mounting pressure to remove the American Idol host from the red carpet.
An insider told Deadline that "The plan being considered is to mainly ensure plenty of time to either cut to Giuliana or to pull the plug altogether unnoticed if an on-camera encounter with Ryan goes into tricky territory".
An E! spokesperson said that delaying celebrity interviews is not new for them.
The network insisted that nothing was being handled differently than usual, and pre-taping some segments was normal. Should Seacrest be more thoroughly investigated?
26, Seacrest's former E! stylist, Suzie Hardy, was revealed as the individual behind the previously anonymous allegations.
Lamar Jackson only wants to play QB in NFL
Right now, Jackson is a fringe first-round pick at best, a class below Josh Rosen , Sam Darnold , Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen . Jackson chose not to do any athletic testing drills, and instead focused only on throwing. "No wildcat.
The E! star has yet to comment on the situation on-air and hosted Live with Kelly and Ryan on Tuesday without discussing sexual harassment.
With Time's Up supporters like Nicole Kidman, Lupita Nyong'o, Gal Gadot, Margot Robbie, Laura Dern, and more set to attend at the 2018 Oscars, Seacrest could be interviewing far fewer celebrities than usual.
Seacrest has denied the accusations, and E! said last week that an independent third party carried out a comprehensive, two-month investigation that cleared his name of any wrongdoing. 'I am not a judge.
"I don't know about the Ryan Seacrest thing", she told Stern. I am not a jury. "I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn't believe in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts", Debra Messing said.
"This is not about his guilt or innocence", Burke told Variety. She said "it's about there being an accusation that's alive", and that until the network reckons with it, "it's really on E!" News and shouldn't be on us....
As these timely questions loom, there may be more suspense during the red carpet coverage than in the Oscars show. "News is of this issue - and of women".