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When reports emerged last week that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick had parted ways, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" fans wondered whether Kardashian's longtime partner would remain part of the hit series.
Ryan Seacrest, who serves as executive producer of the popular franchise, weighed in on the matter when he visited TODAY on Monday.
"The show is reality, so whatever happens, happens in real time," Seacrest told Savannah Guthrie. "But obviously you hate to see a split with the people that you know and the family that you know and love, so hopefully things can work out for the best for them. But never a dull moment in that world."
And Kardashian and Disick aren't the only ones in the spotlight these days.
"My driver just had Caitlyn [Jenner] in the car last week and said that the car had to be in the body shop for a week after the paparazzi was pounding on the car," Seacrest added. "Lots of activity."
Seacrest also reflected on the end of "American Idol," which goes off the air after next season.
"I'm going to miss it," said the TV personality, who was an original cast member on "Idol" when it began in 2002.
"I was scared to death when I first started that show... I was really nervous the first couple of seasons. Fortunately, I got a little more comfortable with it, but I also look back and think to myself, what was I doing with my hair and my wardrobe?"
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