Eva returns to America and spreads the word of Tayto

Eva returns to America and spreads the word of Tayto

Eva Longoria was the name on everyone’s lips this week as she landed on our shores for this year’s Web Summit.

And from tucking into chicken wings at Elephant & Castle in Temple Bar, visiting the Book of Kells and stocking up on Taytos and Jameson, it looked like she had a whale of a time.

The actress has returned to America from her whirlwind few days and checked in with chat show host Seth Meyers to tell him all about it - she even brought up the Cheese & Onion V Smoky Bacon fiasco.

Watch the chat here at 3:23.

“A Tayto Crisp is what they call it” (In her best Irish accent)

Did she take Mr. Tayto up on his date? Did she attempt to make a Tayto sandwich?

Does she really prefer Smoky Bacon?

So many questions unanswered.

Sigh

She’ll just have to come back soon.

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