Carly Fleischmann suffers from autism and is unable to speak. Yet, that didn't stop her from starting her own talk show.
For the first episode of "Speechless with Carly Fleischmann", the 21-year-old host sat down with Magic Mike hunk, Channing Tatum.
"I would like to introduce you to my first guest ever!" Carly started. "He has been a stripper, a police officer, a secret agent, a reporter, a boyfriend to many, and soon he will dump his wife to be with me."
No stranger to the attention of women, Channing blushed and giggled at Carly's quick-witted and hilarious attempts to woo him.
Yet, despite her joking, Carly proved to be a formidable interviewer - asking interesting questions about Channing's family life, and even boldly enquiring into how many women he would take home during his stripping days!
Ever the man of our dreams, Channing had a good laugh and struggled through his embarrassment to give some pretty insightful answers too.
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Carly was a toddler when she was diagnosed with autism and oral motor apraxia. As her first YouTube clip describes, Carly was essentially "trapped inside her own body."
However, after intensive therapy, she grew into a truly remarkable young woman. Her success lead her to be a guest on talk shows, from The Ellen Show to Larry King. She also wrote a memoir.
Now, it is Carly's dream to become the first autistic and non-verbal talk show host.
God speed, Carly! We know you'll be great!
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