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On November 19th, “Desperate Housewives” star Eva Longoria hosted NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” with musical guest Korn. In a total of nine segments (coincidence?) she made a strong comedic debut on what is the longest-running entertainment comedy show in America. As a mohican-haired dance music star “Ms. Drama Martinez” in Keenan’s “MTV4 Deep House Dish,” she turned a simple sketch into some big laughs. Perhaps the most memorable sketch however was when she poked fun at the infamous Vanity Fair Desperate Housewives cover shoot spat by playing a scene-stealing Teri Hatcher.
Named one of “People’s 50 Most Beautiful People” and the Hottest Woman in the World on Maxim’s 2005 annual “Hot 100 List” Eva Longoria will soon be seen in the feature films “Harsh Times” with Christian Bale and “The Sentinel” with Michael Douglas. In this Saturday Night Live photo, Eva Longoria is wearing Alex Woo’s No. 9 necklace from the Little Numbers Collection that started her No. 9 craze for boyfriend San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker.
By Bobbie Thomas
Stars’ lucky numbers
Stars are playing the numbers game with Alex Woo’s sexy Little Numbers collection. Eva Longoria shows boyfriend Tony Parker she’s his biggest fan by wearing a gold 9, his San Antonio Spurs’ jersey number. Kelly Ripa dons a diamond 3 to symbolize her three children. Hilary Duff sports a silver 8 and 7 on a suede cord for the year she was born. And lucky Lindsay Lohan chose a 7 because it’s her favorite number. Available in gold, silver, rose gold and diamonds.
Talking Shop! Who Bought What
“The Simpsons love Alex Woo’s delicate jewelry, like this crescent necklace, above alexwoo.com, company reps say!”
Fun fact: Jessica Simpson has been an early fan of Alex Woo jewelry since the jewelry designer started in 2001. Before the “pop princess” found mega-success from MTV’s Newlyweds, Jessica discussed how she added sparke to her wardrobe by stacking Alex Woo’s rings in InStyle magazine.
Delight in the royal hue of the moment!
A model wearing a David Meister silk-lame dress accompanied with a purple Michael Kors wool duster sweater, completes her look with a gorgeous pair of Alex Woo Cindy earrings and a coordinating Andie ring in rose.
By Aarti Sanan
Sometimes you have the budget to spend close to $100 or more on a gift. But big league spending can be tricky, and you could end up buying an overpriced item that isn’t as special as you want it to be. If you want to play the ultimate Santa, do so with a little help from us. We found unique treats that are worth every penny you spend on them.
BLING IT ON
Add some sparkle, sizzle and shimmer this season with these edgy Francesca earrings from Alex Woo. Modern yet classic, this is a gift she’ll cherish for years to come. The delicate gold mesh earrings are available with your choice of peridot, amethyst, citrine, garnet and smoky or cherry quartz gemstones. Pick her favorite and maybe she’ll let you borrow them.