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'The Talk' Co-Host Natalie Morales to Appear on 'The Young and the Restless'

. Morales won't be veering too far from her day job, as she'll play investigative reporter Talia Morgan, who comes in to investigate Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) after she resurfaces in Genoa City after faking her own death. Morales' first episode will be Wednesday, Aug.

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