He went from “Idol” to Uber.
Sixteen years after he co-hosted Season 1 of “American Idol” with Ryan Seacrest, Brian Dunkleman is driving an Uber to stay afloat, according to a report.
Dunkleman’s dire finances were exposed in divorce paperwork obtained by TMZ.
The former TV star, who co-hosted “American Idol” in 2002, is divorcing publicist Kalea Dunkleman, whom he married in 2007. The two have a son, Jackson, 5.
In the paperwork, he lists his occupation as “Uber driver,” a job he stated he began in March 2016.
Driving 45 hours a week earns the LA-based 47-year-old around $800, he said.
The former “Idol” host is in the midst of an ugly, ongoing custody fight with his estranged wife.
The sparring spouses, who began divorce proceedings in 2016, have accused each other in court papers of being physically abusive and addicted to alcohol, TMZ has reported.
Dunkleman has said he quit “American Idol” in protest of how contestants were treated.
Since the show, he has performed as a stand-up comic and in various reality-TV shows, including “Celebrity Fit Club.”