• Ryan Seacrest will no longer be hosting E!'s "Live From the Red Carpet" after 14 years on the show
  • The network said the television personality will always be part of the "E! family"
  • E! has not announced a new name to replace Seacrest on the show

Ryan Seacrest is leaving E!'s "Live From the Red Carpet" after hosting the red carpet show for over a decade.

The "Live with Kelly & Ryan" co-host made the big announcement on Instagram Thursday, sharing a snap of himself from "Live From the Red Carpet" in which he looks dapper in a black suit and bowtie. In the caption, Seacrest confirmed that he will no longer host the pre-show to the major award shows moving forward.

Seacrest, 46, has been hosting the show since 2006 alongside Giuliana Rancic, 46. The duo was usually spotted at the preshow circuit that included the Oscars, Grammys, Golden Globes and the Emmys.

"After 14 years of hosting E!’s Live from the Red Carpet I’ve decided to move on to new adventures," he wrote.

"I’ll miss the whole crew that works so hard behind the scenes and of course my amazing partner Giuliana," he continued. "Thanks to everyone for watching all these years."

Seacrest's colleagues and followers sent him messages of support and love following his announcement, with some saying awards show won't be the same without him.

Another E! host, Jason Kennedy, commented on the post, writing, "It was a pleasure brother."

"You are a legend Ryan!" wrote "Fashion Police's" Brad Goreski.

"The carpet master! Thanks for inspiring the rest of us," Scott Tweedie added.

"Never get so busy making a living that YOU forget to make a life Sit back with some popcorn & pom poms and enjoy watching!!" one commented.

"It will never be the same without you! Good luck!" one Instagram user wrote, while another quipped, "You will be missed!!"

Meanwhile, E! expressed its support for Seacrest in his decision to move on from the show and said he will always be a family to them.

"E! has long enjoyed our relationship with Ryan over the years especially as co-host of E!’s signature red carpet series," the network said in a statement to the New York Post.

"He has been instrumental in giving viewers a front row seat to some of Hollywood’s biggest nights," the statement continued. "We are extremely appreciative of his many contributions and he will always be part of the E! family."

The next big show of the awards season will be the Golden Globes on Feb. 28. E! has not yet announced a new name to replace Seacrest as host.

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Ryan Seacrest has denied sexual harassment allegations made against him. The television personality is pictured attending the 60th Grammy Awards on Jan. 28, 2018, in New York. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images