Longoria: The housewives all get along

Longoria: The housewives all get along

Eva Longoria has insisted the 'Desperate Housewives' cast all get along.

The 37-year-old actress addressed rumours of spats between her co-stars on 'The Late Show With David Letterman'.

She told the show's host David Letterman when asked her asked about a feud between the stars: "We all get along."

Speaking to the presenter about the final days filming for the show, Eva explained that cast gave the crew luggage as a parting gift.

However she failed to acknowledge that Teri Hatcher's name had been left off the card, which was signed by Eva, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman and Vanessa Williams.

The star who played Gabrielle Solis on the show said: "We gave the crew carry-on luggage that said, 'Take us with you in all of your journeys.'"

She brushed off comments by David which mentioned possible fights between the thespians, by saying: "I know, everybody says that."

When asked if there was competition between the cast, Eva said: "Not really. It's acting! It's not football."

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