Ryan Seacrest is going through a huge transitional period in his life right now, and that reportedly includes taking his romance to the next level.

Seacrest recently moved from Los Angeles to New York to co-host Live with Kelly and Ryan alongside Kelly Ripa, and he's reportedly being eyed to host American Idol when it returns for the 2017-2018 season on ABC.

Well, on top of a myriad of professional commitments in the entertainment industry -- including TV, radio and production -- Seacrest has reportedly also made a big commitment in his love life.

Seacrest, 42, and his girlfriend, Shayna Taylor, have moved in together, People reported.

Seacrest and Taylor, a 26-year-old model and personal chef, began dating several years back in 2013 but then cooled it for a while. They reportedly reconnected over the last year and then Taylor moved into his new Manhattan apartment.

The couple most recently stepped out together at the MOCA Gala in Los Angeles on April 29, according to the magazine, and they enjoyed a romantic getaway to Paris earlier this month.

When Seacrest turned 40-years-old, the radio and TV personality admitted he'd like to get married and maybe even start a family.

"I look at what my mom and dad have had for 40-plus years -- a fantastic relationship and great marriage," Seacrest told People at the time. "Someday I'd like that. They're my role models."

Seacrest memorably dated Dancing with the Stars judge Julianne Hough for over two years, but they split in March 2013.

A Seacrest source told Us Weekly at the time he was very close to looking for an engagement ring for Hough and he was "so upset" when things ended between them. Seacrest's busy schedule reportedly conflicted with Hough's desire for a more low-key life.

Seacrest was later linked to multiple models including Sports Illustrated model Dominique Piek, former Miss Teen USA Hilary Cruz, and Victoria's Secret Angel Adriana Lima; however, nothing serious ever seemed to come of the relationships.
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