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Fitness fanatic Ryan Seacrest

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Ryan Seacrest is "hyper-obsessed with exercise."

The 'American Idol' judge admits he was a chubby child and follows a strict diet and fitness routine, as he is terrified of putting on weight again.

He said: "I remember being a chubby kid and what that felt like. My mom would pack my lunch, and I'd beg her to pack an extra sandwich. I made nachos as my after-school snack, and I liked Little Debbie Swiss Rolls. When I look in the mirror, sometimes I still see that kid, so I'm hyper-obsessed with exercise."

And Ryan is so obsessed with working out, he ensures there are facilities available almost wherever he goes.

He told People magazine: "I have a home gym and clothes in a locker at two hotel gyms so I can duck in between meetings. I treat my workouts as one of the most important meetings of the day.

"Where do I see myself in 10 years? My first though is, I'd like to fit into the same T-shirt and jeans."

Ryan, who is dating 23-year-old model-trainer Shayna Taylor, also insists he has a very full life despite his hectic schedule.

He said: "I am not lonely. I am surrounded by friends, family, the dog. I have a wine cellar, so I'll have people over and we'll taste wine.

"I feel like in the next decade, something personally - some personal event [like marriage or kids] should happen. That would be how it would be if I were to script it or map it out. But do you ever plan all of it?"

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