Ross was the guest host on Tuesday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Is it time to declare Tracee Ellis Ross the host of everything, forever? This year, the Black-ish star crushed the American Music Awards and gave an impassioned speech at the 2017 Women of the Year Summit. Then, on Tuesday night, she filled in as guest host on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and her monologue was total fire.
Ross opened the show with a little quip about on-screen diversity: “I know what you guys are thinking. Really? Another black, Jewish, female host of late night? I mean, you guys, we are everywhere. Everywhere.”
Obviously, the actress needs no introduction, but she told the crowd a little bit about herself. First, she explained that her mom, the iconic Diana Ross, is a “little singer, she’s done a few things, she sang a few songs.” She then discussed one of her hobbies: collecting bowls. Yes, bowls! She even made a special music video about them to show the audience. Since it’s holiday season, Ross helpfully assembled an “As Seen on TV” gift guide.
Then, she expertly commented on the sexual assault allegations currently sweeping Hollywood: “Let’s start with the fact that it isn’t a sex scandal. It isn’t a Hollywood scandal. It’s not even a scandal. It is a systemic problem about the abuse of power that takes place across all industries and has enabled a culture of inequity to persist for far too long.”
But because, she says, some men seem surprised by these allegations, and maybe even a little confused, she wrote a helpful book about the topic. “It’s kind of like a children’s book for men,” she said, and is intended to bring the issue of consent “back to the basics.” It’s called The Handsy Man—and if you like it, you’re in luck! Ross says it’s just part 1 of a 67-part series.
Listen to her read the entire, informative book, below, and then someone please get Ross her own late-night show:
This article originally appeared on elle.com