Ryan Seacrest Dunks His Face Into Cold Water Before Going On Camera?

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Ryan Seacrest Beauty Regime Cold Water

By Holly Nicol |

Ryan Seacrest Beauty Regime Cold Water

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Does Ryan Seacrest dunk his face into ice water before going on camera as part of a beauty regimen? That’s the claim from one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop can correct this fabrication. We’re told it’s “made-up.”

According to the National Enquirer, the “Live” co-host keeps his face “wrinkle free” by splashing himself with cold water right before going in front of the camera. In bizarrely unnatural language, a so-called “secret Seacrest source” is quoted as saying, “Our host with the most is well known for taking ice baths, but he long ago learned that even barring the baths, the most important pretty-boy technique is religiously dunking his kisser in freezing cold water just before going on camera!”

Despite how fake the story sounded, Gossip Cop still looked into the claim and not surprisingly a source close to Seacrest assures us the report is “made-up.” Seacrest, who gets his hair and makeup done before appearing on any show, does not dunk his “kisser” into freezing, ice-cold water right before going on camera. The premise is both illogical and untrue. Additionally, while Seacrest’s “Live” co-host, Kelly Ripa, once admitted to getting Botox on an episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” it doesn’t give the Enquirer free reign to concoct an article about Seacrest’s beauty routine, which was actually what the tabloid.

Of course, the supermarket tabloid is not an entirely reliable source of accurate news about the talk-show host. In July, Gossip Cop corrected the often discredited publication when it falsely maintained Seacrest had “walked out” on “Live With Kelly And Ryan” and was planning to quit the talk show. And more recently, we busted the magazine for untruthfully claiming that Seacrest was “obsessed” with beating Megyn Kelly’s “Today” show ratings. Much like those bogus tales, this latest one is equally unfounded.

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