I want to work only with friends, says Eva Longoria

   Sep 14, 5:05 pm

Washington, September 14 (ANI): Eva Longoria, who is determined to enjoy her time while acting and presenting, has said that now she wants to work with only those people whose company she enjoys.

"Life's so short. You should be surrounded by people who make each other better people," Contactmusic quoted her as telling People magazine.

The former wife of French basketball player Tony Parker admitted that George Lopez was one of her favourite people to be around in the industry and will be her co-host at the Latin community's ALMA Awards later this month.

"We're in a stage in our lives where we've done a lot in our careers and we work with people we want to work with," she said.

"I love being George's sidekick for the night. I set up the jokes and he knocks them out of the park. He's the funniest guy around," she added. (ANI)

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