Eva Longoria has suffered an extremely embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as she unfortunately revealed far more than she intended to upon screening of Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian) during Cannes Film Festival on Saturday.
Arriving in a breathtaking light green gown, Eva Longoria was merely trying to ascend a flight of stairs on Saturday while avoiding the fast-falling drizzle.
The actress tugged up her hem to avoid getting it wet in the puddles when the wardrobe function occurred as the star was left exposing herself with no underwear on.
Eva Longoria has suffered an extremely embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as she unfortunately revealed far more than she intended to
Eva Longoria, 38, will no doubt be horrified to learn that the humiliating incident was caught on camera.
The former Desperate Housewives star trudged on with the aid of several red carpet staffers and was ultra careful not to step on her trailing gown with her beige high heels.
Her dress wasn’t the only part of her ensemble that was in danger of falling apart.
Eva Longoria’s elaborately coiffed hairdo was in risk of faltering in the foul weather but at least she had some shelter beneath a large unflappable umbrella.
Her perfectly oval-shaped face was heavily made-up too, especially around the eyes, and most know what rain can do to mascara-covered lashes.
Eva Longoria has split with toyboy Eduardo Cruz for a second time.
Eva Longoria, 37, and the younger brother of Penelope Cruz have split after an on-off relationship which lasted 16 months, a representative has confirmed.
It comes just weeks after the pair enjoyed a romantic holiday in Seville, Spain.
Eva Longoria and Eduardo Cruz, 27, began dating after Eva split with her husband Tony Parker – with who she enjoyed a four year marriage.
They split in March but reunited later on in the spring.
Eva Longoria has split with toyboy Eduardo Cruz for a second time
A source said earlier this year: “It was a mutual decision. They are staying friends. She’s focusing on work and the end of Desperate Housewives.”
Eva Longoria recently revealed she was going on a “new journey” in her life following the end of the TV show, in which she played Gabrielle Solis.
The actress said: “In the moment of doing the last episode, it was bittersweet, it was very emotional to leave this family I’ve had for eight years, our crew and our cast. It was really heartbreaking to know I would never play Gabby again.
“I mean, all of that was really sad, but at the same time, I’m so excited to turn the page and embark on this new journey of my career, of my life.
“You know, <<Desperate Housewives>> [was] all-consuming. It’s year-round filming. It’s always in L.A., you don’t have time to travel, you don’t have time to do movies, you don’t have time to do anything else. So now, I feel like a free bird.”
Jane Fonda, Bruce Willis, Eva Longoria and Lana Del Rey were among the famous faces on the red carpet at the opening night gala of this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
They and a host of other stars were on hand to see Moonrise Kingdom, the new film from US director Wes Anderson, launch the annual cinema showcase.
Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Britain’s Tilda Swinton joined other cast members at the movie’s glitzy premiere.
The film is one of 22 in contention for Cannes’ prestigious Palme d’Or award.
Eva Longoria was among the famous faces on the red carpet at the opening night gala of this year's Cannes Film Festival
Reactions to Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom have been broadly positive.
Moonrise Kingdom was a suitable curtain-raiser for a festival in which US films and directors are heavily represented.
The main competition line-up contains six US-based movies, among them a new thriller starring Brad Pitt and an adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel On the Road.
“American cinema is back in force,” said Cannes’ artistic director Thierry Fremaux, when he announced the programme last month.
The US invasion continues on Friday with an out of competition screening of the latest DreamWorks animation, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.
On Thursday the Critic’s Week sidebar launches with Broken, a London-based drama from acclaimed theatre director Rufus Norris, starring Tim Roth and Cillian Murphy.