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Piers Morgan interviews Eva Longoria for the hour tonight (9pmET/PT), and she discusses her career, her family and more. But she also delves into her recent divorce from NBA star Tony Parker. Piers asked if it was worse because it "plays out in public, and Longoria said yes. "It was hard," she said. "It was devastating to go through on its own, much less publicly."
She said she believed she would never be divorced, and it matched with her family's mantra.
The mantra, Longoria said, was "divorce is not an option." "We always would kid about that," she told Piers. " You know, I'll kill him before I divorce him."
Watch the full, revealing, hour-long interview tonight at 9pmET/PT.
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Last year when AHMADINEJAD, was visiting a Polytechnic university of Teheran, a student held a banner which said
(Fascist President, here is not your place) he was arrested he has been under torture since then, he is going to be executed in the next 2 weeks. So Please in the name of humanity take his story on your program and help him his name is
YOUSEF RASHIDY, presently he is in EVIN prison in Teheran.
Hi, Piers! It was great to see Longoria in your show. I'm impressed, too.
I'm not pretty much into the socialite thing, as my wife is (it's heathy as long as you take it consciously, as my wife does), but I always had this very positive feeling on Eve's persona. Piers, because of your show and my wife's obsession to Desperate Housewives series consequence on her, now I like Eva for real. Not only for her being this beautiful woman, but coz she happened to have a point.
You interrupt Piers interview with Eva for the president who had nothing to say. Bad choice that is not breaking new and would rather watch her.
I want to hear Eva Longoria's comment on her course work at California State University Northride in Chicano Studies. I teach it and know that people in general do not get it and the positive impact on Latinos and non Latinos for understanding each other, culture clash, a perspective of American history which impacts an understanding of contemporary issues such as immigration from the south. The state of Arizona now bans Chicano Studies as of Jan 1, 2011. The law is in the courts and I want to help expose the issue and educate the general public that these studies and postive, helpful, just and needed for building bridige. They are patriotic unlike what Arizona political leadership believes.
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