Ryan Seacrest opens up about all things Kardashian

Ryan Seacrest on All Things Kardashian
Ryan Seacrest on All Things Kardashian

The hardest working man in show business, Ryan Seacrest, stopped by Bravo's "What What Happens Live!" on Wednesday night and was grilled on all things Kardashian.

Seacrest, who is one of the executive producers of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," remained tight-lipped on some of host Andy Cohen's juiciest questions, but did reveal some intriguing details about the famous family.

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When asked who he thought "has had the most, uh, 'help' in the face," the "American Idol" producer kept his resolve and refused to answer.

"I will not answer that question," he said calmly. "There's no chance."

But when the subject of Caitlyn Jenner's transition was brought up, Seacrest was quick to sing the praises of Kardashian matriarch, Kris Jenner.

"That was extremely emotional, obviously, for the family as we saw on the show," he explained. "I was really impressed by how brave Kris was in some of those conversations on camera."

Of course, Seacrest if referring to the many emotional interactions Kris had with various family members while filming "KUWTK," most notably the first time she met Caitlyn at her Malibu home before their daughter Kylie's 18th birthday dinner.

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The longtime family friend of the Kardashians also dished on Kim Kardashian's infamously short-lived marriage to Kris Humphries, though he insists that he didn't know it was "doomed from the start."

"But I knew, obviously, because she had talked to me before it was revealed to the world. That's something that you keep to yourself and that I was surprised by."

Cohen also asked Seacrest some questions that were a little less serious, like which member of the family he thought took the best selfies.

His answer? Kim, obviously.

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