She changed her name circa 2002 and has not revealed her birth name. Keagan hosts Number Good television"s original programming, including series Up Close with Carrie Keagan and In Bed with Carrie. She guest co-hosted East!"s The Daily 10.
Company-anchored Emmy, Oscar and Golden Globe red-carpet coverage for television Guide Network.
And conducted backstage coverage on the Teen Choice Awards on Fox. She has appeared on numerous Mark Burnett productions, including Video Hits One Classic"s Rock"n’Roll Fantasy Camp and Music Television"s Rock Band Battle and P. Diddy"s Starmaker.
She has co-hosted many events for Video Hits One, including the red carpet show broadcast for the Critics" Choice Awards in 2008 and 2009, and the 3rd annual Video Hits One Rock Honors: The Who. She produced and hosted two seasons of Video Hits One Classic"s One Hit Wonders and Now: That"s What I Call Dance Music.
In 2010, she appeared as a guest host on episodes of G4"s Attack of the Show! (including several installments in which she appears as a parody version of the superhero Power Girl).
In 2011 she began hosting her own show Big Morning Buzz Live on Video Hits One. Keagan left the show in 2013 and was replaced by Nick Lachey. In August 2014, Keagan helped to raise awareness of the disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Acting and modeling
Keagan had a recurring role in the Comedy Central series Reno 911! and several roles and cameos in movies, including Superbad, The Hangover, Mission March, American Pie: Book of Love and Smokin" Aces 2: Assassins" Balliol
Keagan was featured as a "Babe of the Month" in Playboy Magazine in July 2008, was photographed by television producer Brannon Braga for Femme Fatales Magazine and has been featured on the cover of Garage magazine. She also appeared as a guest model on The Price Is Right in 2013.