"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria made an appearance on "Good Morning America" Thursday, dishing with Katie Couric about the end of her hit ABC show, and her split with Tony Parker.
"It's interesting, because I'm in a big transition in my life. I am not married. I always thought I would be married at the end of 'Housewives,'" Longoria, 37, told Couric. "The show is ending. ... A lot of chapters are closing in my life, and so I'm at a point where I get to redefine who I am."
Eva Longoria celebrated her 37th birthday with celeb girlfriends Victoria Beckham and Kate Beckinsale on Thursday at Cecconi's in West Hollywood, reports PopTV.com.
Longoria was all smiles despite her recent breakup with her boyfriend of one year, Eduardo Cruz, and was ready for a night out! The trio was no doubt the chicest in town!
Executive Producer George Perkins took the stand in the Nicollette Sheridan wrongful termination and battery case, and when asked if any character as big as Sheridan's had been killed off, he revealed James Denton's character will die in this Sunday's episode.
Perkins shifted uncomfortably in his seat before making the revelation, which drew gasps from a packed courtroom on Thursday. Two female jurors clasped their mouths.
Strong Santa Ana winds ripped through Southern California Wednesday night, wreaking havoc and causing power outages, fallen trees, phone outages and damaged property.
Thousands of people were affected, including "Extra" host Mario Lopez, Dr. Drew Pinksy, host of "Dr. Drew's Lifechangers," along with actors Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart.
On the same day she insisted that, despite reports, she did not kidnap her 5-year-old son Zander, a rep for Mindy McCready says she is five months pregnant with twins. Read full story at People.com.
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President Obama returned to Los Angeles to rub elbows with Hollywood's most powerful celebs to raise money for his re-election campaign... and included a surprise stop at Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles!
The President, who arrived to LAX in the late afternoon, made a stop with his Secret Service detail at the famous Hollywood chicken joint, where he gave a presidential order for the "Country Boy" combo; three chicken wings, a waffle and potato salad. The total came out to about $9, a far cry from the lavish $35,800-a-plate dinner he later attended at the home of movie producer James Lassiter.
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President Obama was in Los Angeles on Monday night, this time his campaign fundraiser took him to the House of Blues, where the evening's festivities were emceed by Emmy winner and "Modern Family" funnyman Jesse Tyler Ferguson. President Obama confessed, "Michelle and the girls love them some 'Modern Family.'"
Early on, the Commander-in-Chief was interrupted by a heckler, who shouted, "Jesus Christ is God!" before being physically removed from the event. The President, keeping his cool, laughed, "First of all, I agree that Jesus Christ is the lord. I believe in that."