Ryan Seacrest's Girlfriend Joins Him on His Final 'Live' Show

Aside from supporting her beau on the final tapping of 'Live With Kelly and Ryan', the model dedicated a social media post to praise him for being inspiring, caring and genuine.

AceShowbiz - Ryan Seacrest got extra special support as he wrapped up his "Live" duty. As he emotionally hosted his final episode on "Live With Kelly and Ryan" after a six-year stint, the media personality had his model girlfriend, Aubrey Paige Petcosky, watching him from the audience.

On Friday, April 14, Ryan was joined by Aubrey, his parents and his sister for his final tapping as they sat among the crowd. The 48-year-old's girlfriend even made a rare stage appearance when his mother Connie, father Gary, sister Meredith as well as tearful co-host Kelly Ripa gave him a champagne toast together.

During the filming, Aubrey was specifically referred to by Kelly as the latter poked fun at Ryan over his wedding. Kelly teased, "We will all keep our same mailing addresses in case there is ever a wedding invitation." She quickly added, "Just in case!"

Following her appearance on the show, Aubrey took to Instagram to show her appreciation for the "American Idol" host. "Ryan, never have I ever met a more inspiring man," she began to write in the caption. "You make it look so easy, but the truth is there is just nobody quite like you."

"I am so beyond proud of you. Not just for your work ethic, but for your caring heart and the genuine love that you give to others," the influencer went on to rave. She additionally shared her excitement for her future with Ryan together. She gushed, "I am so excited for this next chapter of your life and our life."

"May it be filled with total presence, joy and relaxation in every single moment. The best is yet to come. Cheers [clinking glasses emoji]. Love ya babe," she concluded the caption of her post that displayed a slew of photos capturing her and the TV personality together.

Ryan himself made use of Instagram to share a series of photos capturing his last day on the show. "I'm going to miss my Live family, there's no other place like it… I'll miss the red herrings, the on-air spills, the street snow angels to horseback riding, to breaking world records (or trying to), to the Halloween show (that's actually a lie, that shows a lot of work and no-one works harder than the crew and the producers to make it all happen)," he wrote in a lengthy caption alongside the snaps.

"I'll miss Estherrrr who makes everything seamless, I'll miss Deja's energy every morning, Art Moore and his contagious enthusiasm, Gelman's briefings that usually end up in discussions about last night's dinner, and Kelly our leader and family to me," he continued.

"I'll miss all of it, especially sharing a cup of coffee with everyone in the morning, watching at home," the radio personality added. "I'm truly grateful and honored to have been a part of it for 6 years. Thank you. See you this Sunday at American Idol from Hawaii."

Ryan, who joined "Live" in 2017, will continue to work as host of "American Idol" among other enterprises. As for the morning program, it would be renamed into "Live with Kelly and Mark" when it kicks off on Monday, April 17 with Kelly and her husband Mark Consuelos serving as co-hosts.

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