Eve Dressed up as RuPaul in Red Bodysuit with Tutu Skirt & Thigh-High Boots for 'The Talk's Halloween Episode
Eve thrilled her fans with a new look last week. The rapper/talk show host effortlessly transformed into the lady-in-red for CBS' daytime show "The Talk's" annual Halloween competition.
Eve has a reputation as one of the most versatile entertainers to hit the spotlight, and one of her recent outfits proves she can bring it on with fashion as well.
Last Thursday, "The Talk" held its fifth annual "Rocktober Lip Sync War," where co-hosts transformed into some of music's biggest names and battled it out for the title.
"As a woman, you just think things happen naturally, and I felt like I was damaged. I felt like I was broken. I felt like, oh well, maybe I’m not good enough."
Eve, 40, paid tribute to the famous singer and drag queen, RuPaul, with a show-stopping performance of his 1992 song "Supermodel." And not only did the rapper come prepared with the music, but she also nailed the look.
Eve paired a strapless latex-and-tutu red dress with latex thigh-high boots and matching gloves. She accessorized with a generous amount of sparkling jewelry while sporting a blonde hairstyle and heavy makeup reminiscent of the "RuPaul's Drag Race" star.
Eve shared a photo of her iconic look on Instagram, including snapshots with her co-hosts and one with some of the drag queens that helped "complete" her performance.
According to BOSSIP, RuPaul sent an exclusive message via the outlet, wishing Eve the very best in her tribute to him. In an Instagram caption, however, Eve, the outgoing champion, revealed that co-host Sheryl Underwood won the competition this year.
Per CBS Los Angeles, co-host Sharon Osbourne dressed as the legendary singer/songwriter Sharon Osbourne, while Carrie Ann Inaba, a dancer herself, paid homage to Jennifer Lopez' music and dance routines. Marie Osmond channeled Gwen Stefani while competition winner Sheryl was the legendary Barry White.
Eve seems to have blended in quite well with her colleagues on "The Talk" only two years after joining the Emmy-winning show’s lineup. She transitioned seamlessly from a rap career to starring roles and appearances in film and TV and eventually to the talk show scene.
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#happyhalloween 👻🎃 I hope you watched @thetalkcbs #rocktober this year where I performed as the #icon @rupaulofficial #thanku to the #beautiful #queens who helped complete this performance. And #thanku to the #incredible #dancers #congratulations @sherylunderwood on your win!!! @nebraskathunderfuck @larryedwardslv @kimorablac @derrickbarry 👑👑👑👑 and ofcourse my #emmywinning #glamsquad @ernestocasillas @angelacstyles
EVE OF ALL TRADES
For an iconic rapper whose debut album was certified double platinum, Eve has proven beyond all doubt that she is a woman of many talents. After Eve was announced as a permanent co-host on "The Talk," CBS executive Angelica McDaniel told Variety:
"Eve is a natural fit with our dynamic group of Daytime Emmy Award-winning hosts, and brings a fresh perspective and bold point of view as an accomplished artist, businesswoman, and wife who is raising four stepchildren and looking to add to her family."
FAMILY & FERTILITY STRUGGLES
Eve married her British mogul husband, Maximillion Cooper in a Spain wedding on June 14, 2014. The rapper, who has been open about her infertility struggles, is a stepmom to Maximillion’s four children from a previous marriage.
Earlier this year in a candid episode of "The Talk," Eve opened up about the extent of her pain. "As a woman, you just think things happen naturally, and I felt like I was damaged," she said via USA Today. "I felt like I was broken. I felt like, oh well, maybe I’m not good enough."
The "Gangsta Lovin'" rapper added that the more she kept things to herself, the worse she felt. "It’s a very sad hurtful thing, but the more I hung onto it, the worse I actually felt about myself," Eve shared. "Since I’ve shared, people have been so sweet to me."
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