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People REAL & SPECTACULAR YouTube sensation-turned-TV host Carrie Keagan gets candid Words by Vanessa Pascale Photo Credit: Lucas Noonan Wardrobe Stylist: Quentin Owens Sweater: Natalie Fedner Shoes: Charlotte Olympia It's 4 p.m. on a weekday in November and Irving Farm Coffee Roaster, the quaint coffee shop in Gramercy Park, is packed with patrons. "Is this going to be OK for you?" asks Carrie Keagan. The former host of VH1's Emmy award-winning Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan is referring to whether I will be able to record us successfully over all the commotion. I assure her that we should be fine. The picture of sophistication, Carrie's platinum blonde, shoulder- skimming locks are sleekly parted down the center and she is outfitted in a chic black button-up that ties at the side with fitted brown dress pants. Carrie is here to talk about her new book, Everybody Curses, I Swear! Uncensored Tales from the Hollywood Trenches, which I have set out on the table. "It's so crazy to see it in the written form. It's printed out. It's happening. It's all real now," the green-eyed bombshell beams as she handles the book. "Before it was in my brain." Everybody Curses, I Swear! came to fruition organically one day when Carrie and her business partner Kourosh Taj were chatting about past stories. "We started jotting down potential chapter titles and it all just started flowing." As luck would have it, the first publisher she approached (St. Martin's Press) with the idea jumped at the chance to publish it. Then came the hard part: writing it. The book gives readers a peek into Carrie's life: growing up as a bullied child, body issues, her start in media, interviewing A-list celebrities, building her business No Good TV [on YouTube]… "Our uncensored celebrity thing was not something that was ever done before. Way before Funny Or Die," she tells me about NGTV. Launched in 2007, NGTV was created to be a place that celebrities could let loose. As a press junket interviewer with less than five minutes with each star

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