Ryan Seacrest has always been quite dapper when it comes to his appearance, styling out in chic tailored suits and crisp shirts that always give him a polished look.
However, his latest fashion choice ended up leaving his fans a little more divided than usual, and his Live with Kelly and Ryan co-host Kelly Ripa enjoyed every second of it.
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"We didn't ask for America's opinion, but they gave it to us anyway," she hilariously opined as she opened up a new iteration of their Inbox segment reading out fan comments on Ryan's new pair of glasses.
She first started off by reading out a message from a fan who enjoyed the look, repeating: "I love your new glasses, Ryan, very GQ."
But immediately, she launched into a series of other fan comparisons that left the studio audience in hysterics, first starting off with those saying he resembled Where's Waldo.
Kelly even pulled out a picture of the cartoon to compare directly, with Ryan defending himself by saying: "Hardly! Those are circular, mine are square."
Kelly shared fan opinions over Ryan's new glasses
She continued by also pulling out references to Jeff Goldblum, Chucky from Rugrats, and Carl from Up, the latter of which left Ryan laughing too.
"And my personal favorite…Harry Hamlin," Kelly concluded, and her co-host complimented Lisa Rinna's husband by saying: "One could only dream of being compared to Harry Hamlin."
Even when the clip was posted on social media, fans were still left divided by whether they liked his new frames or not, and who they could compare it to.
On the positive side, one fan commented: "Don't know. If he likes them....I like them. A different look. Works for me," and another said: "Love them I thought they looked great on him."
Ryan's glasses ended up being divisive among viewers of the show
However, a third wrote: "Didn't like them at all!!! Try another pair handsome," with another also agreeing, saying: "They hide his good looks not a fan." One of their followers even drew a hilarious comparison between Ryan and the animated Mr. Magoo.
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