Ryan Seacrest Will Never Live Down Clogging a Toilet at Kris Jenner’s Mansion

Ryan Seacrest has just revealed the time he lived every house guest’s worst nightmare when, while visiting Kris Jenner’s mansion in Hidden Hills, California, he had a major bathroom mishap which resulted in him accidentally blocking a toilet — and then leaving without admitting it to anyone.

While most people would take that kind of embarrassing memory to the grave, Seacrest decided to share the story on morning television, during an episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, which he co-hosts with Kelly Ripa.

His troubles began when he first entered Jenner’s guest bathroom: “So I’m in there, and the toilet, it’s like one of those electronic toilets, but it’s black, so you can’t see any of the buttons, and [the room is] dimly lit, and I can’t find the light switch, and there’s one candle lit.”

Seacrest continued: “So I go to the bathroom. And I use the toilet paper, and put it in the thing, and try to find the flush, and I can’t find the flush. So now what do I do? I can’t find the flush and someone is going to come in and use the toilet.”

His sense of panic began to escalate. “The technology was messed up, and it wouldn’t flush,” he said. Then, when he was finally able to make it flush, things went from bad to worse. “So I flush it, and the water just builds. I am watching the water level rise.”

Things were getting pretty stressful by this point, and Seacrest found himself paralysed by indecision. “I’m thinking to myself ‘What do I do?’ Do I stick my hand in there? Do I say, ‘Hey Khloe, don’t tell Kim and Kourtney, but can you help me out over here?’ Or do I just tell Kris, I think your toilet has got a problem?”

His solution? Walk out while whistling nonchalantly. “I just left it there,” Seacrest admitted. He then turned to the camera and said: “Keep this between us!”

Fortunately for Seacrest, he’s likely to be forgiven: he and the Kardashian-Jenners go way back. He actually came up with the idea for their hit reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which has aired for 16 seasons since 2007, and he continues to serve as its executive producer.

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