RYAN Seacrest has shown off a hot new look just before the season finale of American Idol.
The reality show host teased he was paying tribute to an actor famous for playing in the heat.
As he was getting ready for Sunday night’s much anticipated American Idol finale, Ryan gave fans a sneak peek at his outfit of choice.
The 48-year-old grinned broadly as he stood in front of a swimming pool glowing in the dark night.
Floodlight and spotlights circled the pool, shining beams of light across the area.
Ryan threw his arms open, as he invited fans to take a good look.
The former Live host was dressed in a light gray sport coat, with a simple white undershirt exposed underneath.
He added some comfy jeans, and finished off the look with some brown penny loafers.
Ryan explained in the caption: “Channeling my inner Don Johnson.”
Then he added a special tease for tonight’s show: “Can’t wait to announce your new #AmericanIdol TONIGHT!”
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Online, fans flamed his fiery look.
“Looking sharp, Ryan!” one person tweeted.
Another added: “Nailed it. Ryan!”
While a third called the hot host: “Very handsome.”
THE END IS HERE
The final episode of American Idol season 21 is scheduled to air Sunday, May 21, at 8 pm EST live on ABC.
The episode will be three hours long and will air coast-to-coast, so fans can vote and see the winner of the season at the same time.
The finale will star the three remaining contestants of the show.
The remaining contestants are in their later teens and early 20s.
Colin Stough, 18, is an American Idol contestant born on July 28, 2004, in Gattman, Mississippi.
When Stough isn’t competing to be America’s next big country star, he is working in his hometown as an HVAC technician.
During Stough’s audition for season 21 of American Idol, he sang his rendition of Simple Man by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
He revealed that his mother signed him up to compete in the famous competition show.
William “Iam” Tongi, 18, is an aspiring singer from Kahuku, Hawaii, who gained prominence during Season 21 of American Idol.
Throughout the course of the season, Tongi has continued to wow judges with his performances, which have included several tributes to his father, Rodney, who passed away a few months before the season premiere.
“I can tell he meant a lot to you,” judge Lionel Richie said after Tongi’s audition, via American Songwriter.
“When you love so deeply, you feel so deeply. So what you’ve just given us right now is the fact that you love that man so much, we’re there with you.”
“I don’t believe in coincidences. I know that you’re Iam, but when I see your name, I see ‘I am the next ‘American Idol.'”
When Tongi is not on stage, he can often be found posting about his life on Instagram to over 474,000 followers.
Megan Danielle, 20, from Georgia, is a rising star in the music industry who gained prominence during Season 21 of American Idol.
She first wowed judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan at her audition with her cover of You Say by Lauren Daigle, but it was her Disney performances of You Can’t Stop the Girl from Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and Carried Me With You from Onward that got her into the Top 3.
“A vocalist is someone that delivers vocals just like you just did,” Bryan said of her performance, via Taste of Country.
Prior to American Idol, Danielle was a contestant on Season 18 of The Voice, where she made it to the Top 9 on Kelly Clarkson’s team, however, she was ultimately eliminated, according to Hidden Remote.
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