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Eva Longoria shows off her slender legs in a tiny peplum dress and sky high heels

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Looking good: Eva Longoria shows off her legs in a tiny mini dress as she makes an appearance at The Grove shopping center in Los Angeles

With legs as good as hers its no wonder Eva Longoria wants to show them off.
The actress wore the tiniest of skirts as she visited The Grove shopping mall in Los Angeles for an appearance on Extra today.
Teaming her black minidress with a pair of sky high heels, Eva made certain she didn't go unnoticed. Her long hair loose around her shoulders, Eva looked perfectly turned out for her appearance.
Joining her there was Jamie Lee Curtis, 53, who wore a flattering navy dress with three-quarter length sleeves.

Looking her best: At 5ft2 petite Eva needed her sky high heels

She teamed the jersey dress with cream high heels and a wide smile.
Later this month Desperate Housewives star Eva, 37, is set to host the Alma Awards, which celebrate Latinos in the media.
At a press conference with he co-host George Lopez last week she revealed the Christina Aguilera would be receiving a special award.
'Every year we have done collaborations regarding music,' Longoria added. 'We celebrate diversity.'
'Christina [Aguilera] is so relevant now because her show is really big and so we thought we'd honor her. Every year it is exciting.'

Looking her best: At 5ft2 petite Eva needed her sky high heels

Christina Aguilera will be honored with the Special Achievement award.
'I will say with the Alma’s we are not second best celebrities,' Eva added. '“Our celebrities are on the level of everyone else. Latinos are wildly successful and globally successful. We want everybody to see that.'
Opinionated Eva has also been busily drumming up support for President Barack Obama, giving a recent speech at the Democratic Convention.
She told the crowd that she could 'never have imagined' her current fame.
'I was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, the youngest of four girls, including my oldest sister, Lisa, who has special needs,' she said. 'My mom was a special education teacher, and my dad worked on the Army base. We weren't wealthy, but we were determined to succeed.'

source: dailymail