The second "H8R" episode saw actress Eva Longoria and reality TV star Scott Disick confront their detractors.
Along with host Mario Lopez, Longoria watched in the wings as a guy dissed her for not being a "true Latina" -- emerging later to call him out. "I wanted to confront you because I feel like you were hating on me without knowing me," said Longoria to her surprised critic. Check out the clip!
Longoria was able to win over her H8R, but Disick, who is Kourtney Kardashian's significant other, did not fare as well. His critic was not swayed by what Disick had to say -- and he decided he didn't like his H8R either. Watch the clip!
"Extra" correspondent Jerry Penacoli dished with "Desperate Housewives" cast about their final season -- and he's got the inside scoop.
The women of Wisteria Lane are going to be doing what they do best: covering up a murder. Star Eva Longoria, who plays sultry Gabrielle Solis, explained. "It kind of goes back to one mystery connecting all four of us. And this murder of my stepfather provides for so much drama, but so much comedy -- and all of us trying to keep it a secret."
"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria and model Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian's significant other, are this week's guests on "H8R," confronting their haters.
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"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria visited The Grove to hang with her buddy, "Extra" host Mario Lopez, and discuss what's going to happen to Gabrielle Solis on the final season of her ABC show.
"I don't have an opinion," Longoria admitted. "For eight years I've never given a note to the writers because I trust them completely. They know Gabrielle better than I do."
Variety's third annual "Power of Women" luncheon, set for September 23 in Beverly Hills, will honor five women: Annette Bening, Eva Longoria, Lea Michele, Stacey Snider and Olivia Wilde - all recognized for making a significant difference through their philanthropic efforts.
"The goal of Variety's Power of Women is to give voice to the philanthropic and charitable causes closest to our Lifetime Impact Honorees' hearts, and to utilize the influence of the entertainment community to generate momentum for these same causes," said Variety VP and Associate Publisher Michelle Sobrino-Stearns.
Say goodbye to the women of Wisteria Lane. The ABC show "Desperate Housewives" will end its series run in May 2012.
Deadline Hollywood reports ABC will make the announcement Sunday at the Television Critics Association press tour, but that key cast members -- including Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross, and Eva Longoria -- are saddened and shocked, since they expected to continue until 2013, after longtime showrunner Marc Cherry said he wanted the show to go 9 seasons.
Actress Eva Longoria wants to set the record straight on the pesky rumor her hit ABC show "Desperate Housewives" is heading into its final season this fall.
"We're signed for two more years, so we're safe," Longoria confirmed to "Extra" correspondent Renee Bargh at a special screening of her documentary "The Harvest."
In fact, Longoria's character, Gabrielle Solis, is turning into a man-hungry pole dancer this season. "It's really hard and I had bruises everywhere," she laughed about the dancing. "It's a very dangerous sport." Will pole dancing become her new form of exercise? "Oh God, no. It's too hard. I gotta install a pole. It's too much."