Is Eva Longoria turning into Bridezilla?
Is Eva Longoria turning into Bridezilla?
Eva Longoria’s character on Desperate Housewives, Gabrielle Solis, is set to marry mayoral candidate Victor Lang (John Slattery) in tonight’s season finale, which also features the wedding of Susan and Mike.

But Eva Longoria’s real wedding to basketball star Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs is also coming up fast. And apparently Eva’s getting out of control with the wedding plans, changing details all the time, to the frustration of her wedding organizers.
 
 
TV Guide’s Mary Murphy, who got to be an extra in tonight’s Desperate Housewives season finale, said that “Eva is a bit crazed about this fantasy wedding because she thinks people are going to confuse this with her real wedding to basketball superstar Tony Parker in Paris in July. She has insisted that Gaby's dress look nothing like her real one.”

"The wedding is still very much on, but Eva is creating a lot of work for everyone,” a source told the Post-Chronicle. "She changed the flowers three times and her dress has been altered a couple of times. Then there's the guest list, which is constantly under revision. I think everyone involved will be glad when Eva finally ties the knot."

The cake will be made by celebrity cake designer Sam Godfrey (who’s made cakes for Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears), and supposedly Longoria’s having the cake flown to Paris (where the wedding will take place) from California, with an escort from Godfrey’s company Perfect Endings. Do you think she’s buying the cake its own seat on the plane?

The couple is registered at Tiffany & Co in New York, with the list including $1500 platinum and silver dinnerware and $100 cocktail sticks.

Longoria has reportedly also demanded that the Desperate Housewives writers refrain from making her character pregnant until she’s really pregnant.

"I don't want to be pregnant on the show until I'm pregnant in real life,” she said. “When I get married and get pregnant then hopefully it will be written in."


-Mel, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Post-Chronicle, TV Guide, Marc Malkin
Photo credit: ABC

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