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Eva Longoria is still a "Desperate Housewife," but no longer a wife. Eva and NBA player Tony Parker have finalized their divorce, People.com reports.
The lovely Longoria, seen above at last night's SAG Awards, filed divorce papers in Texas last November, citing "irreconcilable differences," right before rumors of Parker's alleged infidelities became public knowledge.
Eva Longoria and Tony Parker were spotted having lunch together Wednesday afternoon in Santa Monica, surprising many, since they both filed for divorce last month.
Their lunch meeting doesn't indicate they have plans to reunite, but they're not at war either.
"Extra's" Mario Lopez, said "Here's what I know... Eva is a total class act, and even though she's heartbroken she still loves Tony very much, they're not at war with each other. They want what is best for one another no matter what speculation might be out there."
Life goes on with the friends of Wisteria Lane. Actress Eva Longoria has returned to work, playing housewife Gabrielle Solis on "Desperate Housewives" -- and is leaning on her co-stars for support after filing for divorce from husband Tony Parker.
"Everyone is being very sympathetic to Eva's situation," a source told People.com. "Work has to go on -- but the whole set is very protective of Eva. Everyone tried to make sure yesterday that filming went as smoothly as possible."
Actress Eva Longoria filed for divorce yesterday from her husband of three years, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker -- and he spoke for the first time Wednesday night before a game in Texas.
"This is a difficult time right now for me and Eva. Everything else is our private life," Parker told the press.
Brent Barry -- whose wife, Erin Barry, is reportedly at the center of the Eva Longoria and Tony Parker split -- has filed a divorce petition as well.
KENS 5.com, a local San Antonio TV station, has learned exclusively that Brent, a former San Antonio Spur player and sports commentator, filed papers, stating that he and Erin have "ceased to live together as husband and wife," and says the cause is "irreconcilable differences."
It seems like everyone in Tinseltown is heading for Splitsville!
From Sandra Bullock and Jesse James, to Eva Longoria and Tony Parker, 2010 has been a big year for celebrity couples slamming the breaks on their relationships.
Check out more A-list couples who decided to go their separate ways this year.