News told CBS News on Friday they stand firm in their decision to keep Ryan Seacrest as a co-host of their red carpet show.
The Feb. 26 story included specifics of Hardy's allegations against Seacrest, which included him rubbing up against her, groping her, and engaging in a pattern of sexual misconduct.
Some publicists are reportedly hoping to avoid potentially awkward live TV moments by steering their celebrity clients away from the host.
Despite renewed interest in the sexual harassment allegations against Ryan Seacrest, the personality will appear on the 2018 Oscars red carpet as scheduled.
"It's business as usual", offered an E! spokesperson on Sunday morning "As always, we tape multiple sources of content simultaneously to deliver the best possible show, and there are often brief delays between interviews". I am not a judge. Seacrest has denied the allegations. Seacrest has denied the allegations after a third-party investigation by the network cleared him of any actionable wrongdoing.
She also doesn't know if she'll skip the E! camera, and also brought up former E! host Catt Sadler, who left the network after she said she learned that she made less than her male co-anchor, Jason Kennedy. "This is where stuff gets tricky".
Kelly had fans convinced things were going well between the two despite everything during their show on Thursday, March 1, when she told him she couldn't wait to see him at the Oscars on Sunday. "I don't think any smart person would".
As these timely questions loom, there may be more suspense during the red carpet coverage than in the Oscars show. The pay discrepancy was criticized on the network during its Golden Globes red carpet coverage by such celebrities as Debra Messing and Eva Longoria, and producer Aileen Gram-Moreno claims to have been let go by the network for allowing Longoria's pre-recorded interview to air. News app featuring E! correspondent Will Marfuggi, Tan France (Netflix's "Queer Eye"), Jazzmyne Robbins (Buzzfeed) and pop culture expert Sinéad De Vries. E! disputes the claims, insisting that Gram-Moreno "was asked not to return due to job performance issues".