Carrie Keagan is not your typical reporter. She uses sexual innuendos and other shock tactics when she is interviewing celebrities. She takes an atypical approach to interviewing and approaches the interviews as trying to figure out what it would be like to have a beer with certain celebrities. This is not surprising because the rising VH1 star hails from a city full of bars, Buffalo, New York.

Carrie has interviewed celebrities on the red carpet for such prestigious events as the Oscars, Emmy's, and the Golden Globe. She got her first break landing a job with No Good TV. This uncensored style program gave Keagan the opportunity to think outside the box and interview celebrities in way that was new, fresh, and sassy.

Carrie Keagan, who has had her original name changed, grew up in Amherst where she attended high school. After high school she went on to attend Buffalo State College. She is also the niece of Buffalo singer/songwriter Willie Nile. Although Keagan says it was hard for her to change her name and keep under wraps her home town, she claims it was very necessary to have her past life and present life separated. In an interview with The Buffalo News, Keagan proclaims how much she loves Buffalo and everything about it.

Now Carrie is a breakthrough star and is an anchor on a new morning show on VH1 called "Big Morning Buzz," a show that allows Carrie to put her own spin on pop culture and current events. We will keep an eye on Carrie's rise to fame as she continues to do the Queen City proud.