Tyler, who was with the show for six years, exited last season, and CBS has been through a series of guest hosts looking for a replacement.
The multi-hyphenate also says she'll continue to make time for both acting and music, while balancing her new job on "The Talk".
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Eve is a Grammy-winning artist who's known for the 2002 song "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" and her collaborations with Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Jill Scott, and Dr. Dre.
In June, former host Aisha Tyler announced her departure from the show, explaining that she wanted to take time to focus on her other projects and directing career, as the latter is what she "wants to do with the rest of my life". Eve also acted in the "Barbershop" feature film franchise as well as starring in her own self-titled sitcom for the defunct UPN in 2003-06.
Eve said when she was first approached about the new gig, she thought it was ideal but admitted that she had to think about it. "But the last few months I've been feeling that I want to join something". "I am interested in hosting, and specifically on this show, because I feel as though I can express myself in a way people haven't seen me before, and be able to engage in great discussions [and] have some fun", Eve told Variety. This opportunity came and it's something new, something exciting.