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Thursday 23 October 2014

Eva Longoria: Love rumours are laughable

Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria finds it laughable that she seems to be romantically “linked to everybody” she interacts with.

The 38-year-old American actress and entrepreneur serves as executive producer on reality dating show Ready for Love.

Rumours have been circulating that Eva is engaging in a romantic relationship with cast member Ernesto Arguello.

Singleton Eva finds this speculation laughable, but reveals that she is open to amorous affairs in general.

“I’m always ready for love. Apparently, I’m ready for love with everybody because I’m linked to everybody,” she told Extra.

“People always want to make assumptions on your life, and so when I started to produce a show about love, then all of a sudden love became the topic for me.”

The actress filed for divorce from basketball star Tony Parker in 2010 after four years of marriage. She went on to enjoy an on/off romance with Eduardo Cruz.

Eva has previously spoken about what she looks for in a romantic partner.

“I love humour and intelligence. Patience is also a big one in a relationship, and knowing that people are always growing,” she told Parade. “I’ve learned you either grow together or you grow apart.”

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