VH1’s ‘Big Morning Buzz Live’ Returns October 17 (Exclusive)
Host Carrie Keagan is back with a second season of the daily entertainment show.
If you missed your daily dose of VH1’s morning entertainment show, Big Morning Buzz, you can start passing on that extra shot of espresso soon. The show returns for its second season on October 17 at 9 a.m.
“I’m super excited to be back with another season of Big Morning Buzz Live,” host Carrie Keagan tells The Hollywood Reporter exclusively. “There’s nothing like live TV where anything can happen and I’m really looking forward to taking our morning show further by continuing to be smart, original and a little too edgy for breakfast! Think of Buzz as the champagne in your mimosa.”
Live five days a week, Keagan hosts the show from VH1’s headquarters in New York City’s Times Square. She and her guests highlight the day’s headlines, discuss the latest in pop culture, and interview some of the biggest names in music, politics, sports, film and television.
The first season’s guests included Queen Latifah, Aaron Sorkin, Kiefer Sutherland, Lenny Kravitz, Elijah Wood, Hilary Duff, Nick Cannon, Matthew Morrison, Akon, Death Cab for Cutie, and Cee Lo Green.
Keagan is the anchor, writer, and producer of the online interview site, No Good TV. She hosted VH1’s Rock N’ Roll Fantasy Camp, and she has contributed to numerous shows, including Chelsea Lately, Fox News’ Red Eye, and Showbiz Tonight.
Big Morning Buzz Live is executive produced by Lee Rolontz and Keshia Williams for VH1.
For more info or to check out last season's episodes, visit the show's website.
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