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Eva vamps it up

Wednesday, October 03, 2012    

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She is a figure for many charities and was even named Philanthropist of the Year by the Hollywood Reporter for 'her commitment to Latino causes and giving back to the community'.

So it's obvious Eva Longoria is rather angelic in personality. But the 37-year-old showed she could also look heavenly last weekend, when she hosted Padres Contra El Cancer's 12th Annual El Sueno De Esperanza Benefit Gala. The actress looked luminous in white as she graced the red carpet in a floor-length frock which hugged her silhouette.

The long-sleeved number featured a plunging neckline and diamond-shaped cut-out sides to show off her curvy form. She then switched clothing for the after-party which took place at TAO nightclub and restaurant inside the Venetian resort.

Keeping her hair in the same up-do, she wore a tight leather dress which fell below the knees. She was joined at the bash by Latino pals George Lopez and Dania Ramirez.

Inside the bash she could also be seen partying the night away with the likes of Bonnie Rodenzo and Maria Brabo.

— Daily Mail

From fierce to feminine

She's known for being something of a style chameleon who likes to switch up her look from one day to the next.

But we're not so used to seeing Rihanna rocking a demure or girly look, and on Saturday night the singer shook things up once again by wearing a sophisticated monochrome dress. The Bajan beauty debuted the look as she stepped out for a spot of dinner at her favourite restaurant, Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica.

The simple dress featured a v-neck, sleeveless white top half, while the bottom section was a mid-thigh length black skirt. She completed the feminine-looking outfit with a pair of black heels with two straps. The sleek look came just a day after she was spotted at JFK dressed in her more common fierce attire.

Last Friday the 24-year-old strolled nonchalantly through the airport eating a Hershey chocolate bar, while wearing a black satin varsity jacket, diamante sunglasses, ripped jeans and pair of stiletto shoes.

Despite her tough look, the singer was more than happy to pose for some snaps for a few fans; in fact she took it a step further by posing for a 'full on photo shoot' for the plane crew.

— Daily Mail

Move Out!

He was awarded custody of their two children in August; and now Usher has dealt his ex-wife yet another blow. The singer, real name Usher Raymond IV, has reportedly ordered Tameka Foster Raymond to move out of his Georgia home.

According to TMZ, the star's lawyer has sent a letter informing the 31-year-old that the 12,000-square-foot mansion in which she has been residing is going on the market.

While Usher, 33, has allowed Tameka to live in the home for the last few years, their 2009 divorce agreement states that he has the right to sell the house at any time with 60 days' notice, according to the website.

TMZ reports that while the former couple met when she was a celebrity stylist (whose clients included Lauryn Hill and Mary J Blige), but Tameka apparently has no income of her own now and has been financially dependent on Usher since the split.

Usher purchased the home in 2007 for $3million and it is unclear how much he wants for it before letting it go.

— Daily Mail

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