EXCLUSIVE: Elizabeth Rodriguez just scored her first Tony nomination for her role in 'The Motherf**ker with the Hat,' an intense play about a former drug dealer (played by Bobby Cannavale) forced to deal with his still-using girlfriend (Rodriguez) while trying to get his life back together with the help of his parole counselor (Chris Rock). The hit show scored an impressive six Tony nominations, including Best Play, Best Direction and Best Lead Actor for Cannavale.

We were psyched to get the talented actress's take on the cancellation of 'All My Children.' Before making her Broadway debut in 'Hat,' Rodriguez starred on the soap from 2008-09, and seemed pretty bummed that ABC decided to cancel the long-running daytime institution. She was also pretty certain that the persistent rumor that her former 'All My Children' co-star Susan Lucci would be swinging by Wisteria Lane for a role on 'Desperate Housewives' was true.

"She's going to 'Desperate Housewives' apparently. She has a contract at ABC," Rodriguez said of Lucci. "You heard it here first. That's what I heard!"