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The stars brought some fun fashion to the premiere of the Benicio Del Toro film "Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian)" at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, May 18.
Actress Eva Longoria arrived wearing a turquoise Versace dress that featured a thigh high slit on the side with a corseted belt. The 38-year-old finished off her look with a pair of Brian Atwood shoes and jewelry by Chopard.
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Two celebrity power couples attended President Barack Obama's Presidential Inauguration ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Monday, January 21 -- Beyonce and husband Jay-Z and Katy Perry and boyfriend John Mayer.
Beyonce, who has voiced her support for the U.S. leader and his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama, many times in the past, sang the national anthem at Obama's second inauguration ceremony (watch video). The R&B singer sang at his first, which took place months after he was first elected, in January 2009.
Eva Longoria is lending her voice to a character on a Canadian animated series called "Mother Up!"
The former "Desperate Housewives" star will play Rudi Wilson, a former music executive who is now a hopeless suburban mom, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Eva Longoria might be newly single, but the actress plans to help others find love.
Longoria has signed on as executive producer for the upcoming NBC reality dating series called "Ready for Love."
"I am thrilled and excited to join Universal Television on what promises to be a wonderful and creative partnership, especially given all of the recent success at both the studio and the NBC network," Longoria said in a statement. "The collaboration between UTV and my production company, UnbeliEVAble Entertainment, on our 'Ready for Love' project has been extraordinary. Looking ahead it will be fun to find and develop unique scripted and non-scripted shows that excite television audiences."
Eva Longoria is back on the market.
The former "Desperate Housewives" actress and the New York Jets quarterback have split, Us Weekly reports. OTRC.com has confirmed this story.
Eva Longoria stepped out on the red carpet of the American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards on Sunday, September 16, in a flowing black dress that showed some leg.
Longoria, who was the co-host of the award show with comedian George Lopez, donned a dress by Monique Lhuillier to the red carpet of the ceremony. The 37-year-old actress also wore shoes by Tom Ford and earrings designed by Martin Katz.
Eva Longoria has confirmed that she is dating New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, following weeks of rumors and more than a year after she divorced NBA player Tony Parker.
Host Mario Lopez asked the 37-year-old about her new flame on the TV show "Extra," referencing a recent New York Post story about the two, which had followed several other dating reports. In early September, the newspaper published a photo of the "Desperate Housewives" actress and Sanchez, 25, dining with several friends at a Donald Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey.
Eva Longoria and Tony Parker are officially divorced.
Eva Longoria's spokesperson confirmed to People magazine that the divorce was finalized in a Texas courtroom on Friday but had no further comment on the report. The "Desperate Housewives" star filed for divorce in on November 17, citing irreconcilable differences.
Eva Longoria and Andy Garcia say that even through their new historical war drama film "For Greater Glory" is set in the 1920s, it still relates to current events.
The movie chronicles the Cristeros War in Mexico, which pitted an atheistic Mexican government against religious Catholic citizens. Garcia plays General Enrique Gorostieta, a rebel leader, while Longoria plays his wife, Tulita.
Eva Longoria is known for being a political activist, but is the actress considering running for political office?
The former "Desperate Housewife" is set to appear in the 2012 historical war drama "For Greater Glory" alongside actor Andy Garcia. The actress talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com's Tony Cabrera about her strong feelings toward fighting for what you believe in.
Andy Garcia says he is "very proud" of the new historical war drama movie, "For Greater Glory," which was produced in Mexico.
The movie, which was released on Friday, June 1, chronicles the Cristeros War in Mexico, which pitted an atheistic Mexican government against religious Catholic citizens. Garcia plays General Enrique Gorostieta, a rebel leader, while Longoria plays his wife, Tulita.