The popular 33-year-old TV host said during a recent advertising photography shoot that his busy career has left him wanting more balance, People magazine reported Saturday.
"I think, in a way, my goal is to focus on a little bit more balance," Seacrest said. "I really haven't been out with anybody. ... This week I'll literally work seven days, and I'll get home at 10 p.m."
When asked about his upcoming "New Year's Rockin' Eve" appearance alongside TV personality Dick Clark, Seacrest said Clark did not appear to be feeling any aftereffects from his 2004 stroke.
"He and Fergie (Stacy Ann Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas) and I were doing a photo shoot, and Fergie couldn't have looked better," Seacrest said of his time with the TV icon and pop singer. "Dick gave some vintage looks to (the) camera when he saw her gorgeous legs and body in this little skirt."
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