Ryan Seacrest's galpal Aubrey Paige is furious and resentful, according to a new report that claimed the TV presenter duped the young model into thinking they'd get married for three years before abruptly pulling the plug.

The pair allegedly split up in April, which was a setback for the 26-year-old beauty, who is filled with resentment.

“Ryan’s definitely sugarcoating this by saying they’ve got nothing but respect for each other, but Aubrey’s got an ax to grind. This is three years of her life down the drain. She stuck around believing a ring was coming and then maybe a baby. She’s put up with his workaholic ways and acted as his glorified assistant at times,” an unnamed source told Globe Magazine.

Meanwhile, the 49-year-old TV tycoon, who hosts "American Idol" and a radio show, operates a nonprofit organization, and will appear on "Wheel of Fortune" in the fall, held her in suspense by telling her how much he loved her.

“She ate it up, but it’s clear to her now he had no intention of following through with all those promises. Now he’s looking around to find someone else — at least that’s what people are saying, which just twists the knife even further,” the insider shared.

Ironically, news of the breakup came as little surprise to many who knew the TV star. “Everyone knows what a commitment-phobe Ryan is and how he puts his career above all else,” the informant blabbed.

According to tipsters, she is also unable to discuss their affair in a book because Ryan has signed an NDA with her. “But she’s making it well known he’s not exactly a knight in shining armor,” a snitch claimed.

Business Times has reached out to Ryan Seacrest for comments.

Meanwhile, Ryan knows who will be receiving a very special ticket to Hollywood. One month after Katy Perry, who is leaving “American Idol” after Season 22, disclosed that she wanted Jelly Roll to take over her role as a judge, the show's host gave his thoughts on the upcoming vacancy.

"You cannot take your eyes off Jelly Roll. You cannot take your ears off of that voice. He is so charming, he's a force in music, and he really brought the best out of the contestants,” Ryan told E! News.

However, the 49-year-old was cautious about who was taking over for the "Thinking of You" singer, saying with a mischievous shrug, "Maybe, maybe not."
However, Katy has made it obvious that she believes Jelly Roll is the ideal option.

"I was convinced at anything he said. He could run for president, he could be my pastor, I might go back to church for him. He could sell me anything,” Katy told the entertainment news outlet in April.

Jelly Roll, who previously served as a guest coach on Season 22 of the ABC singing competition, couldn't help but sing Katy's praises in response to her comments.

"I love you, Katy Perry,. Find you a friend that talks about you like Katy Perry talks about me in the media. Thank you, Katy Perry. I love you to death,” Jelly Roll said.

"She's the same person privately as she is publicly. Because every time I've seen her, she's like, you need to be on American Idol. And the first time somebody asked her it was y'all and she was like, ‘Jelly Roll,'" he continued.