Who didn't see this coming?
The former Blaze personality, who rose to fame through her viral "Final Thoughts" segments, will make her debut as a contributor on Wednesday night's "Hannity," where she will do the bulk of her opining for the network.
According to Fox News, also home to fiery TV personalities Tucker Carlson and Jeanine Pirro, Lahren will have a big role on the Fox News Channel's digital arm, which is currently in development.
Lahren comes to Fox News months after being fired from The Blaze after telling the ladies of "The View" that she is actually pro-choice when it comes to abortion. Her fan base didn't much like that.
The Blaze CEO Glenn Beck was apparently never a fan of Lahren's, either.
"I would’ve fired [Lahren] the day I met her in the hallway," he said in July.
"What I have a problem with is somebody who will change their point of view, or that will say absolutely crazy red-meat things and not have any intellectual firepower to back it up," Beck added.
Lahren filed a wrongful termination suit against her former employer in April, but the network countersued Lahren on the grounds that she was "inappropriate and unprofessional" and "constantly complained about lighting, room temperature, editing, shooting and directing."
After her messy exit from the online network, she got a job as the communications director for Great America Alliance (GAA), a Super PAC supporting President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election bid, starring in ads like this gem.
Lahren posted message on her Facebook page shortly after Fox made it official with an announcement.