Ryan Seacrest, who apparently never sleeps, was at the first regular-season NFL game in Denver on Thursday night, and not many were glad to see him.
Seacrest, who hosts "American Idol," "New Year's Rockin' Eve," the upcoming game show "Million Second Quiz," his own morning radio show, a weekend Top 40 countdown radio show and the Academy Awards red-carpet coverage on E!, is also a special correspondent for the "Today" show and executive producer of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." In fact, I checked my wedding video, and darn it if he wasn't there too. Seriously, how does he do so much? I'm going with robot, alien or multiple Seacrest clones.
Anyway, Seacrest found time in his never-ending schedule to appear on the field in Denver.
As NBC kicked off its coverage, a voice said "Please welcome ... Ryan Seacrest!"
And then a capacity crowd tried to boo him off the field.
Seacrest was undeterred, however, proceeding with his duties with no visible sign he was even aware the crowd was booing. He made his quick 30-second appearance, then probably returned to the Ryan Seacrest Clone Holding Station to await his next task.