Eve Replaces Aisha Tyler as Co-Host on CBS' 'The Talk'
Nov 15 2017 by Francis Osborne
"Today is a very big day for us here at The Talk", Julie Chen began, before introducing Eve to audience members and viewers at home.
"The treasure of this show is my friendships with you guys, and that is something that I could never have expected when I walked in the door here", Tyler said of co-hosts Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, and Sheryl Underwood at the time.
After a brief guest-hosting stint in October, the daytime talk series has chose to make Grammy-winning artist Eve Jeffers Cooper, known to her fans simply as "Eve", the fifth co-host for Season 8.
"I think what I'm looking forward to the most is showcasing my personality and who I am now as a woman", Eve told Deadline. However, she was ready to embark on a different path in her career.
The show announced on Tuesday that it's found a permanent replacement for longtime host Aisha Tyler, who exited the series last season. "If it feels right, then it must be right". "Casting a partner on-air, whether it's one of five, one of two, is a very hard thing because it's that thing we always talk about, chemistry", she added.
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The rapper and actress was one of the many guest hosts during the show's current eighth season, and, according to insiders, was among the "hundreds of names" considered to round out the cast.
Eve has released four studio albums and 32 singles and has collaborated with power players like Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Jill Scott, DMX, Swizz Beatz, Dr. Dre, Juicy J, The Roots and Missy Elliott. Her face plastered on screens, Eve then walked out to her 2001 collaboration with Gwen Stefani, "Let Me Blow Ya Mind", as confetti rained down on the stage. She also does a voice on the FX comedy "Archer".
"I will definitely make time for acting, if there is time".
"I've already started recording". "But the last few months I've been feeling that I want to join something".