LOS ANGELES, March 13, 2019 – Premiere Networks-syndicated personality Elvis Duran sat down with People magazine to preview his upcoming memoir, “Where Do I Begin? Stories (I Sort of Remember) From a Life Lived Out Loud,” which will be published by Atria Books on October 1, 2019. Duran chatted with People Now about his rise to fame, how he took control of his health and lost over 100 lbs. with the help of Dr. Oz, coming out as gay man on the radio, and how he manages to get major pop stars to talk so candidly about their personal lives.
“All I really want, at the end of the day, is for people to look back on their own lives and recognize a moment they spent with me and my radio family as one of those moments that mattered,” Duran told People. “Not because of anything especially insightful we said. But because we were there for them.”
Watch the People Now interview here
and read more in this week’s issue of People magazine. Fans can pre-order a copy of the book here
About Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
Nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, Elvis Duran and his on-air crew entertain listeners with up-to-the-minute pop culture and entertainment news, celebrity guests, hit songs and regular features such as the gossipy "Daily Sleaze" and the ever-popular prank, "Phone Tap" -- all of which have made Elvis Duran and the Morning Show one of the most-listened-to Top 40 morning shows in the U.S. Originating from Z100 in New York, the program consistently ranks No. 1 across multiple demographics and top markets, and attracts an audience of nearly 8 million monthly listeners on nearly 80 stations. The show also airs on iHeartRadio.com, the iHeartRadio mobile app, and The Elvis Duran Channel on www.ElvisDuran.com. For more information, please visit www.ElvisDuran.com.
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