Hosted by Carrie Keagan for it's first nine seasons, then Nick Lachey for its final season, Big Morning Buzz Live is a fun and edgy, one-hour morning talk show on VH1.
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Hosted by Carrie Keagan for it's first nine seasons then Nick Lachey for it's final season, Big Morning Buzz Live is a fun and edgy, one-hour morning talk show on VH1 that provides a live, daily dose of pop culture news, chat, music and entertainment. Presented live from the lobby of VH1's headquarters in New York City, the show offers up-to-the-minute topical headlines, engaging celebrity interviews, live musical performances and in-depth conversations with insiders, bloggers and experts in a variety of fields from Music, Movies, TV and everything in between. Written by Anonymous

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A morning show for people who don't like mornings. See more »

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9 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Good show
20 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

A nice up-beat show with something different to show every episode.

The presenters seem nice.

I watched the show every time when it was on.

It's a shame they stopped. Other shows like it are not as good.

The chemistry between the hosts was interesting.


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