By Jessica Wedemeyer, reporting by Heather Newgen
Ryan Seacrest has covered some of the biggest events in Hollywood -- from the Oscars and Emmys to the Grammys and more. But it's unlikely he'll experience a spectacle as over-the-top as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's upcoming nuptials. Though the "American Idol" host won't confirm whether or not he'll be on the scene when the duo says "I do" -- "It's such a top-secret mission," he says -- it's a safe bet that the producer, who's responsible for launching the careers of the Kardashian clan, will have a seat at the hotly anticipated event -- which he expects will be even more epic than the last time Kim tied the knot.
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"I have a feeling that this moment in [Kim's] life will be unlike any other moment she's ever experienced, and I'm very happy for both of them," Ryan said backstage at KIIS FM's Wango Tango in Los Angeles. "They're madly in love. I know how much [Kanye] adores Kim, how special she is to him and how special he is to her."
While Ryan may have a front-row seat to Kim and Kanye's love story, the radio host hinted that the rest of the world will have to wait to see how the wedding unfolds: "I think people's phones will be checked at the door," he says.
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One thing that hasn't been checked at the door is Ryan's affection for Kim. Despite the fact that she's been married twice before -- to music producer Damon Thomas and to NBA star Kris Humphries -- Ryan says his pal is "so much better at [being married] than I think I would be."
Perhaps that explains why the only woman in the radio star's life is his puppy, Georgia, who's already keeping her new dad thoroughly occupied.
"Georgia will not sleep in her bed -- she only wants to sleep on the hardwood floor by the sink," dished the "American Idol" host, who split from Julianne Hough in March 2013. "I cannot get her to sleep in her bed, but … she's doing great."
The radio host also admits his new responsibilities as a pet owner has opened his eyes to the prospect of eventually becoming a father himself. "It makes me want to be a father to Georgia for the moment, but someday I do [want to have kids]," he says. "I definitely do someday, yeah. I think the dog may be the first step."
But if Ryan's real parenting skills turn out to be anything like how he handles puppy parenting, let's hope the nervous Nelly waits a while to procreate: "Everything freaks me out," he says. "I'm scared of everything. I think [Georgia is] licking the wrong stuff and chewing the wrong things. I'm going to be a nervous father, I can tell you that."