A former producer at E! has filed a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, saying she was unfairly terminated because she allowed a clip of a celebrity being critical of the network to air during its Golden Globes red-carpet show in January. After Gram-Moreno mistakenly let an interview with Eva Longoria slip through in which Longoria did exactly that, she said, she was fired and was replaced by a man.
Like most attendees, Debra Messing wore black to the Golden Globes as a symbol of protest against harassment in Hollywood and in support of gender equality. When E! host Giuliana Rancic asked Messing why she was wearing black, the Will & Grace star let the network have it. “We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, we want equal pay.” Things got interesting when she brought up Rancic’s former colleague Catt Sadler.
Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria will hit the red carpet together at this Sunday's Golden Globes.
It was yet another star-studded evening in California on Sunday, as the industry’s most respected entertainers stepped out for the 21st annual Hollywood Film Awards. Taking place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the ceremony benefitted the Motion Picture & Television Fund — a charitable organization dedicated to providing various resources amongst the entertainment community — and was hosted by James Corden for the third year in a row.
The actress was at the Cannes Film Festival L’Oréal Paris party to celebrate Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing and his new lipstick collection for L’Oréal.
Eva Longoria tried many ways to rid herself of errant grays before finding her current go-to: L’Oréal Paris Root Cover Up. (Tip: Mascara’s not a good option.)
The Obamas had their final Christmas-tree lighting on the Ellipse in President’s Park last night, and of course, the first family showed up in style. While they all looked great, with Barack keeping it simple with a long, black coat, a suit, and a burgundy scarf, and Michelle wearing a black coat with a metallic pattern on the front, we were particularly digging Sasha’s outerwear — a faux-fur deep navy blue Opening Ceremony coat.
Stars like Eva Longoria and Gigi Hadid are rocking the look in ways that would make even the biggest groutfit-hater want to steal their style. Yesterday, Eva Longoria proved that groutfit could be chic by boosting her gray sweats and matching sweater with a long black pea coat, bunched scarf, and navy blue fedora as she stepped off of a plane in New York City. Yes, she’s wearing a lot of gray and looks ridiculously comfortable, but you cannot deny the fact that Longoria also looks supercool.
Eva Longoria’s wow-factor wedding in Mexico this weekend proved her love to not only her new husband, José Bastón, but also her best friend, Victoria Beckham.
Can we change the hashtag to #WomenCrushWednesday? Because on Tuesday night, L'Oreal celebrated a string of admirable women at their annual Women of Worth event in New York City. The extraordinary honorees included Karlie Kloss, who turned heads in a floor length white dress with floral cut-outs, Julianne Moore, and Freida Pinto, all faces of the brand who use their fame for good—and we couldn’t possibly choose just one. Last night, their noble work was acknowledged.
Eva Longoria has produced a series of short documentary films for ESPN, which will air on the network beginning in May. At a Tribeca Film Festival talk on Saturday, Longoria explained that the films are “sports-adjacent.” “We’re always hearing these amazing stories about athletes overcoming and winning the gold medal, or overcoming a personal injury and overcoming an opponent, and I said what if that obstacle was off the field? Longoria directed the one short screened at the festival, Go Sebastien Go, about Sebastien De La Cruz, the 11-year-old San Antonio boy who was the victim of racist tweets after singing the national anthem at a Spurs game. “He’s fifth generation American, his father fought in the Navy, and it was amazing that our country reacted that way to an 11-year-old,” Longoria told Yahoo Style.
Photo: @victoriabeckham/Instagram Victoria Beckham’s eponymous clothing label is taking over the world (quite literally). With an expansion into Asia and now department stores across the United States, the pop star turned designer’s destined to be everywhere. And who better to celebrate these exciting and momentous times with than your BFF? On Tuesday, as the Brit launched her line at Barney’s, she brought along 3-year-old Harper and shared a sweet snap of the mother-daughter duo holding hands on Instagram.
The L’Oreal Paris Global Nail Designer is whom Jennifer Lopez, Heidi Klum, and Jennifer Aniston call when they want perfect hands for awards shows, photo shoots, and events. The call time is 6 a.m.. 6 a.m. We’re shooting one of the new L’Oreal Paris spots with Eva Longoria. You can get the look using L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail Collection Exclusive in Eva’s Nude ($6). The videos themselves don’t take too long to shoot, but when you’re creating different nail looks on the model there is a lot of time spent prepping. Jennifer Lopez’s Golden Globe nail look by Bachik.
By Glamour Eva Longoria, in front of a photo of children she met in Cartagena, Colombia. Roland Mouret dress. Inspired by her sister with special needs, Eva Longoria is determined to help every girl—from Texas to South America—get an education. Eva Longoria is walking very, very carefully. The visit is part of A Path Appears, a multipart documentary premiering January 26 on PBS, based on the book by Pulitzer Prize-winning couple Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.