Eva Longoria is pretty bad at love, I guess (she can’t even keep a TV show about it on air – zing!), but it doesn’t have to be this way! There’s someone out there for everyone! Love comes when you least expect it! All the other things people say to single women here!
Anyway, while she’s recently been linked to some dude who was on Ready For Love named Ernesto Arguello, she insists that’s not true, but she is open to a relationship with a nice guy should he come along. Basically, stop making bullshit reports about her dating life, everybody.
“I’m always ready for love. Apparently, I’m ready for love with everybody because I’m linked to everybody. People always want to make assumptions on your life, and so when I started to produce a show about love, then all of a sudden love became the topic for me.”
Fair enough, girl. In all seriousness, Eva seems like an alright lady and a “total catch“, as they say, so I’m sure love will come her way soon.
May 16, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
Eva Longoria sat down with my favorite doctor, Dr. Oz, to talk about…I have no idea, I didn’t watch the show, I don’t know what the topic was. But somehow, her divorce came up, the one from NBA star Tony Parker. And that’s when Ms. Longoria revealed something that made me so sad. She was so depressed over her divorce that she couldn’t eat — and started getting compliment on how skinny she got.
From the Doctor Oz show (via Radar):
I was not eating. I was depressed. I was sad. My diet was coffee. … So people kept saying, ‘You look amazing. Divorce agrees with you.’ And I was like, I don’t feel good. I have no energy. … I didn’t know I was depressed. I mean, I knew it was a sad moment in my life, but I wouldn’t categorize myself as depressed.
She went to the doctor to get some tests done. The results were,
[I] was just depleted of every vitamin. … [The doctor] said, ‘it’s as if somebody took a straw and sucked everything out of your body. You don’t have any iron, your liver’s overacting.’
That makes me so sad. This woman is actually malnourished and depressed but the important thing is that she’s skinnier than ever! It makes me wonder what is going on with Kate Bosworth and Angelina Jolie. I just want everyone to be happy. I just want it to be okay to not be skinny. The thing is though, looking at recent photos of Eva Longoria, she looks as skinny as ever. Well, okay, not as drastic as this photo, which was taken in November of 2010, the same month she divorced.
I’m glad she’s feeling healthy again! Sorry about your show, Eva!
April 26, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
1. Who knew that Eva Longoria was involved in this?
2. Who knew what this show was even about?
3. Who watched this?
Reality TV World reports that Longoria’s show was cancelled because of poor ratings. “Ready for Love” did horribly when it premiered on April 10. The dating show average only 3.85 million viewers during its two-hour debut. Unfortunately, the second episode performed even worse, averaging only 3.37 million viewers.
“Ready for Love” was hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Bill Rancic and was widely expected to do better than it did because it had “The Voice” as a lead-in.
The show was about finding a date for three bachelors by utilizing the skills of three professional matchmakers to locate the perfect dates for each bachelor.
Prior to the show airing on TV, Longoria remarked to NBC that the show was an attempt to replicate some of the techniques that people use today to find a date, such as joining Internet dating sites. She noted at the time that she hoped people would be inspired by the show to go out in search of their perfect match.
So now I ask you, Evil Beeters, did any of you out there watch this? Again, no jugement from me, I watch Splash. Voluntarily.
April 21, 2013 at 8:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
The guys at GQ are hoping you’d still, because otherwise, what the hell are they doing, choosing Eva Longoria as their cover girl?
See, I’m just all sorts of “blah” about Eva Longoria. Yeah, there’s no doubt that she’s pretty hot, but there’s not a whole lot special about her. No, I think that Eva Longoria would be just as successful in her life as a hot secretary or a hot Director of Marketing or even a hot drafting engineer or something. I don’t know. She’s cute and all, but there’s nothing really remarkable about her. Also, she’s boring as hell.
That being said—Eva Longoria: would you, still? My answer would be, “Yeah, but only if there were eighty or a hundred other hot women who were unavailable at the time.” Penny for your thoughts?
November 30, 2012 at 4:30 pm by Sarah
Whoa. You know, I totally didn’t see the Miley Cyrus-’do catching on, to be honest, because while it looks relatively OK on Miley (the color’s pretty much what clinches it for me), I don’t think it’s necessarily the best option for other people who are concerned about the way they look.
Eva Longoria posted this photo of herself alongside Jessica Simpson‘s BFF, Ken Paves, on WhoSay, and naturally, everyone freaked out. Later, however, she Tweeted that the hair was just a wig (thank God and the heavens above), and naturally, all was well again.
What do you guys think of Eva’s wig—love it or leave it?
November 14, 2012 at 9:30 am by Sarah
Did you guys watch last night’s Presidential Debate? Because oh man, was it bad. Matter of fact, they’ve *all* been pretty terrible, and I think that anyone who’s willing to publicly identify with either candidate so much so that they’d make a video that’s been seen on YouTube almost ten thousand times since last night is pretty brave. Don’t get me wrong. I know who I’m voting for come November 6th (hint: it’s not the guy that has “binders of women,” OK?). I just worry that the real issues aren’t being paid much attention, especially when I’m hearing things about Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s soup kitchen fiasco, and Mitt Romney‘s offshore accounts and his amended IRS returns, and of course, our very own Barry O’s comments on how American Idol is going to work out.
I worry, guys, and while I think it’s nice that women like Scarlett and Eva and Kerry are into the important issues, I don’t feel that those are the ones getting the most attention by either Presidential candidate, and that’s sad. And scary.