Eva Longoria covers the April 2011 issue of Allure magazine where she opens up about her life after divorcing husband Tony Parker.
The “Desperate Housewives” star shares:
“I’m kind of having to find new patterns because I’m not used to having-I’m used to always being on a plane and flying to a basketball game….It’s been – every time I talk about it, I want to cry. It’s been hard. Very hard. I’m just trying to get through it as gracefully as possible without any drama. I’m in a transition stage, settling into a new routine, and I welcome it.”
“You know, some people collect plates and stamps and coins. I collect people; I collect amazing, smart, interesting women.”
“My first job ever was at Wendy’s. I still remember the order to put things on the burger: Mayonnaise, ketchup, pickles, onions, tomato, lettuce mustard. Would you like some fries with that?”
“Desperate Housewives was groundbreaking for Latinos in television because the Solises were the richest people on the block – and they’re Mexican.”