Reese Witherspoon says the "Framing Britney Spears" documentary has also led her to reflect on her rise to stardom.
Eva Longoria apologized Sunday for comments she made earlier in the day about Black female voters.“I’m so sorry and sad to hear that my comments on MSNBC could be perceived as taking credit from Black women. When I said that Latinas were heroines in this election, I simply meant that they turned out in greater numbers and voted more progressively than LATINO MEN,” she wrote in a post on Twitter.The actress went on, saying her wording was “not clear” and she didn’t want to contribute to the “history in our community of anti-Blackness” in the Latino community.Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Challenges Top Republicans to Back Biden Victory: 'Where Is Mike Pence?'“Black women have long been the backbone of the Democratic Party, something we have seen played out in this election as well as previous ones,” Longoria wrote. “Finally, Black women don’t have to do it alone any longer. Latinas (many who identify as Afro-Latina), indigenous women, AAPI women and other women of color are standing with them so we can grow our collective voice and power. Together, we are unstoppable! Nothing but love and support for Black women everywhere! You deserve a standing ovation!!!!”She retweeted a message of support from Black actress Kerry Washington, who said, “I know Eva like a sister. We have been in many trenches together. She is a fighter for all women. Read below. This is what she meant. This is how she truly feels.”Earlier in the day, Longoria appeared on MSNBC, where she told Ari Melber that “women of color showed up in big ways. Of course, you saw in Georgia what Black women have done, but Latina women were the real heroines here, beating men in turnout in every state and voting for Biden-Harris at an average rate of three to one.”On Saturday, the major outlets and networks called the election in Joe Biden’s favor, making him president-elect.Read original story Eva Longoria ‘So Sorry’ for Diss of Black Women Voters At TheWrap
Over the course of his career, Oscar-winning filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón has transported moviegoers to outer space (Gravity), dystopian futures (Children of Men) and wondrous schools of witchcraft and wizardry (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban). For his eighth narrative feature, Roma, the Mexican-born writer/director chose to explore terrain that's closer to home…and won his second Best Director Oscar as a result. Based on the director's own childhood experiences growing up in '70s-era Mexico City, Roma—which received 10 Oscar nominations and won three statues on this year's telecast—tells the story of Cleo (played first-time actress Yalitza Aparicio), a young woman employed as a maid and nanny for a middle-class family. Cleo is modeled directly after the domestic worker who raised the young Cuarón and his siblings, Liboria Rodríguez, or as he affectionately called her from the time he learned to speak, "Libo." Speaking with Variety last year, Rodríguez described the surreality of watching her past translated to the screen. "I never imagined everything I’m living right now, that a film would be based on me." While it tells a very specific story set in an equally specific time and place, Roma nevertheless illustrates universal experiences shared by contemporary domestic workers. To drive home the connection between Cuarón's past and our present, one of the production companies behind Roma, Participant Media, partnered with the National Domestic Workers Alliance for a campaign designed to highlight the stories of the 70 million real-life Cleos employed in homes around the world as cleaners and caregivers. For a Yahoo News story, Through Her Eyes host Zainab Salbi and director/producer Samantha Feltus profiled one such domestic worker, currently employed by a New York City family.
Beyonce, Kim Kardashian West and Eva Longoria were among the who’s who of showbusiness to attend one of the big weddings of the year as Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian tied the knot. The tennis star and the Reddit co-founder got hitched in New Orleans on Thursday at a star-studded ceremony. Sources told PEOPLE that the happy couple tied the knot at the Contemporary Arts Center in the Louisiana city.
Eva Longoria has sent temperatures rocketing sky high by sharing a series of bikini snaps on her social media accounts over the festive holidays.
David’s wife, Victoria, was spotted throwing her hands up in the air like she just didn’t care to Wham’s Wake Me Up Before You Go Go. Victoria was clearly enjoying letting her hair down after bridesmaid duties for pal, Eva.
Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham have continued to give us #FriendshipGoals this weekend with the former Spice Girl being the actress’ biggest cheerleader as she tied the knot to TV boss Jose ‘Pepe’ Baston in Mexico on Saturday. Victoria couldn’t resist gushing about her best pal’s special day, sharing a photo of herself embracing the bride in her wedding gown - that Victoria reportedly designed - with the sweet message: “Congratulations @evalongoria The smartest,most beautiful woman I have ever met. The mum-of-four’s husband David Beckham added: “Feel so lucky and privileged to be part of the most perfect wedding anyone could wish for … 2 people that are loving , generous and have amazing hearts deserved a day that was so special @evalongoria @victoriabeckham”.
Eva Longoria and Gérard Depardieu were among the actors protected from circling seagulls at Cannes – by an army of trained hawks.
Eva Longoria and her fiance, Jose Antonio Baston, threw one heck of an engagement party in Dubai.
Ahhhh, massive congratulations are in order for Desperate Housewives actress, Eva Longoria, who has revealed that her boyfriend, Jose Antonio Baston, has popped the question while the couple are on holiday in Dubai.
Judging from her Instagram, Eva Longoria is having a blast Downunder. The former Desperate Housewife had been enjoying a leisurely three hour lunch with boyfriend Jose Antonio Baston at the swanky Harbour-side restaurant. Eva later thanked them on Twitter.