Ryan Seacrest could not stop himself from gushing about his relationship with longtime girlfriend, Shayna Taylor, in his interview with E! News over the weekend. In fact, the "American Idol" host even opened up about their regular getaways, which he said have been effective in keeping their relationship stronger than ever.

Inside Seacrest and Taylor's private relationship

Seacrest said he and his girlfriend just came from a 10-day European trip filled with date nights and eating carbs. The radio and TV personality added that he is just happy that this year's romantic getaway with Taylor was a success.

He is even more delighted that his girlfriend is supportive of his career that she even accompanied him at the Hamptons Paddle and Party for Pink Benefiting Breast Cancer held in New York last Saturday. "Every night is date night," he mused.

Seacrest and Taylor became an item after they were spotted in St. Tropez in 2014. The two were in an on-off relationship before they rekindled their romance in Venice in December 2016. The couple had taken a huge step in their relationship when they moved in together at their New York residence just this May.

"We're new to New York, so I like to walk around New York and learn all the different ins and outs of New York City," the host said.

The 42-year-old TV personality rarely talks about his dating life despite his celebrity status.

He, however, has been making no effort to hide his relationship with Taylor from the public. In fact, the couple was spotted together on several occasions before they formally made their red carpet debut at the MOCA Gala 2017 in Los Angeles last April 29.

The "American Idol" host was all smiles while he wrapped his arm around his girlfriend's waist as they posed before the media.

Seacrest sported an off white tuxedo, a bow tie, and a pair of black slacks and patent oxfords, while Taylor channeled an all-black look for the event.

Seacrest to return in 'American Idol' reboot

Meanwhile, Seacrest was recently confirmed to host the revival of long-running program, "American Idol," which is scheduled to premiere in 2018.

The TV personality personally delivered the good news in a "Live with Kelly and Ryan" episode and even thanked ABC for having him at the helm.

His announcement was confirmed by ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey who attributed the program's success to Seacrest. She went on to commend the TV host for his "larger-than-life personality and laudable dedication" to his craft.

"His talent is limitless, and I can’t think of a more appropriate person to honor the "[American] Idol" legacy as it takes on new life than the man who has been there through it all," she added.