The Grammy-winning artist, real name Eve Jeffers Cooper, guest hosted during the week of October 30, and it looks like the studio liked her performance, because they asked her on to replace Aisha Tyler.
"I'm looking forward to being able to showcase my personality in a way that people have never seen before", she adds.
Both nervous and excited to start her new gig, Eve says she's already received great advice from the cast - especially Underwood - and teases she'll be "a pretty open book" with her own experiences and opinions in upcoming episodes. "If it feels right, then it must be right".
"The Talk" has had a hard year since Tyler left. "And to have such a diverse group of women as well - I think that is very important", she said".
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The two countries agreed to normalize their ties in a joint statement issued by their foreign ministries on October 31. China is South Korea's largest trading partner, buying about a quarter of the country's exports.
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The suspected gunman was shot dead by police and at least two victims are believed to have been killed. The shooting happened at or near an elementary school in Rancho Tehama around 8:00 am. local time.
Paul Ryan orders mandatory sexual harassment training for members, staff
She said that when she was just starting her career in politics, the chief of staff in her office sexually assaulted her. Individual offices could voluntarily have their staffs attend trainings offered by the Office of Compliance.
"When I first got the first call in London, my manager told me about the opportunity, and at first I was like, 'I don't know, because it's far from from home, '" she exclusively tells PEOPLE.
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.
Eve is best known for hits "What Ya Want", "Gangsta Lovin", and "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" with Gwen Stefani, which won the inaugural Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002. She also does a voice on the FX comedy "Archer".
"I will definitely make time for acting, if there is time". I started recording a few months ago.