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Eve starring in and writing music for ABC drama pilot Queens – Daily Mail

Eve starring in and writing music for ABC drama pilot Queens about girl group Nasty B***es that reunites… after leaving hosting gig on The Talk

Eve will be starring in and writing music for an upcoming ABC drama pilot called Queens about a girl group called the Nasty B***es that reunites.

The 42-year-old will be playing a rapper – her career in real life – who has retired to become a housewife with five children.

She will also be doing the music and lyrics for the songs she will perform as her character Brianna, according to Variety.

Incoming: Eve will be starring in and writing music for an upcoming ABC drama pilot called Queens about a girl group called the Nasty B***es that reunites

Incoming: Eve will be starring in and writing music for an upcoming ABC drama pilot called Queens about a girl group called the Nasty B***es that reunites

Incoming: Eve will be starring in and writing music for an upcoming ABC drama pilot called Queens about a girl group called the Nasty B***es that reunites

Apparently Nasty B****es was made up of four women who have grown apart and not spoken IN years as they enter late middle age decades after the group’s split.

The songs Eve will write for Brianna will revolve around such topics as sex and cash – not dissimilar to Eve’s real song Gangsta Lovin’.

Brianna has to determine whether she is up to the task of returning to her old swashbuckling persona for a group reunion after years of normal domestic life.

News of Eve’s new gig comes two months after she left The Talk, where she had been one of the hostesses for four years.

Looking fab: The 42-year-old will be playing a rapper - her career in real life - who has retired to become a housewife with five children

Looking fab: The 42-year-old will be playing a rapper - her career in real life - who has retired to become a housewife with five children

Looking fab: The 42-year-old will be playing a rapper – her career in real life – who has retired to become a housewife with five children

She announced that she was exiting the show in November and in December she appeared in her final episode, tearfully bidding the show farewell.

Eve expressed her ‘love’ for her co-hostesses Sharon Osbourne, Carrie Ann Inaba and Sheryl Underwood in her last episode.

‘I have been so lucky and so grateful to be a part of this show. I’ve learned from each of you ladies. I’ve gotten something from you all,’ she said.

Departure: News of Eve's new gig comes two months after she left The Talk, where she had been one of the hostesses for four years; she announced in November she was leaving

Departure: News of Eve's new gig comes two months after she left The Talk, where she had been one of the hostesses for four years; she announced in November she was leaving

Departure: News of Eve’s new gig comes two months after she left The Talk, where she had been one of the hostesses for four years; she announced in November she was leaving

‘Whether that’s being more authentic – Mrs. O – or whether that is like knowing who you are and standing your ground – Sheryl – or whether that is opening up your soul – Carrie Ann – I have gotten so much from all of you.’

Meanwhile Peacock also has a show in the pipeline about a girl group getting back together – the sitcom Girls5Eva which has Tina Fey for an executive producer.

Sara Bareilles, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Busy Philipps, Tony Hale and John Goodman are among the top-flight cast of that program.

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