First Lindsay Lohan, then someone else who I can’t remember, and now Eva Longoria are all claiming that there words have been twisted by magazine reporters. I have a suggestion for all celebrities. Why not just have all celebrities start creating their own podcasts. This way they can just talking directly into the camera, publish it to the web, and nothing will be lost in translation ever again.
According to Eva, her new interview in Allure magazine has been twisted into something it’s not. “It’s just another publisher wanting to sell their magazines,” she said.
Especially upsetting to Eva is this quote about her squeeze, Tony: “He’s very sweet. I’m the experienced one.”
Longoria said the press misconstrued her interview as, “I’m the teacher of sex. Because I’m older, he’s younger. I’m like, ‘People, c’mon! Of course he’s a good lover!’”
Is it true the 23-year-old basketball star has taught her a few things? “He’s French!” Eva quipped. “Believe me, when the lights are out, I am the student.”
Eva is also angry about this quote from the article: “He’s only been with one other person in his life.” That too was taken out of context. As Eva explained, “They made it sound sexual, and it was not. He’s been in one long-term relationship. (For) six years. Then he started dating me.”
Eva Longoria Sets the Record Straight [Extra TV]