Actress Eva Longoria has topped herself at the ALMA ceremony. The star, who is fresh off her long run on "Desperate Housewives," changed her gown a remarkable 10 times while performing her hosting duties at the ceremony. In 2011, Eva wore eight different gowns while hosting the show that honors the best in Latino entertainment. "Not only do we get to celebrate Latinos in television and in film, but in fashion as well," said the star. Hosting the awards show is just one of many things that Eva has done since her popular show came to an end this past spring. Here are a few other things that she has been up to lately.
She's dating Mark Sanchez
Eva seems to have found love with another pro athlete. The actress, who was previously married to NBA star Tony Parker, has confirmed a new relationship with NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez. "Mark and I are, you know, fine," she told Mario Lopez in a recent interview. "We're happy just dating." Surprisingly, the New York Jets star is even younger than Parker. At 25 years old, he is a dozen years younger than the stunning actress.
She's gotten political
Eva has been interested in politics for several years, but she has really cranked things up recently. This past February, Eva was named as one of the co-chairs for Barack Obama's re-election campaign. That means that she will be campaigning at several of his rallies throughout the election season. Recently, Eva took the time to speak at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Could a future in government be on the horizon for the star? You never know when it comes to celebrities and politics.
She's still acting
While Eva has clearly found other interests, the actress hasn't abandoned her day job. Eva is shifting her focus to the big screen for now, and she has a few major movies coming out in the next year. She is slated to appear in the movies "Long Time Gone" and "The Truth" in 2012, and she figures to be a major player after that. In addition to her upcoming movies, Eva is also providing her voice for the Hulu series "Child Support."
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