When you meet Erin Robinson in person, you realize something immediately. The energy that bursts across every Clevver video, every Amazing Race episode, even every tweet, that is real. She and her Clevver co-workers have become YouTube stars with down-to-earth confidence, stylish goofiness, all set on level 10. So when Robinson started feeling enormous pain last year, which she would learn was caused by 13 uterine fibroids, her dilemma was more than medical, even more than fear for her health and future.

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“Amazing Race” cast-member Erin Robinson appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning and opened up about a visit to the emergency room that served as her wake-up call.