Funny Pictures Of Celebrity Biography
Eva Longoria is an American actress who is best known for her role as model Gabrielle Solis in the hit ABC comedy drama, Desperate Housewives. Born in Texas, she was raised a Roman Catholic by her two Tejano parents. She originally wanted to be a model, but was rejected because of her height. Instead, she went on to gain a Bachelor of Science degree at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in Sports Medicine. While at college, Eva won a talent contest which took her to LA. There, she met an agent and in 2000, guest-starred in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210. The role led to bigger things, and Eva finally got the break she was looking for, starring in US soap opera The Young And The Restless, in which she played Isabella Braña (2001-2003). But it wasn't until 2004 that Eva was elevated to the A-List when she landed a lead part in Desperate Housewives. The darkly funny show became a world-wide sensation overnight, and made her internationally famous. She made her debut as a co-producer in Carlita's Secret (2004).
Her first major theatrical movie role was in thriller The Sentinel (2006) starring alongside Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland. In 2007, Eva married Spurs American football player Tony Parker. Sadly, in 2010 it was alleged that Tony had been having an affair with a former team-mate's wife, and Eva filed for divorce. Since then, she's been romantically linked to Penelope Cruz's brother, Eduardo.
Kurt Cobain loved Abba – even insisting tribute act Bjorn Again
support them at the Reading Festival in 1992. This did not translate into
his own music, sadly.
Drummer Dave Grohl later formed his own band, the Foo Fighters. And
where would the UK festival scene be without the Foos?
Nirvana tried to perform a song called Rape Me at the MTV Video
Music Awards. Nowadays the most controversial thing to happen is Katy Perry
riding an inflatable banana.
Smells Like Teen Spirit has an amazing video – complete with
tattooed cheerleaders. YouTube it.
The band inspired this rant from Noel Gallagher in 1992: “I can’t
have people like that coming over here on smack, saying that they hate
themselves and wanna die. That’s f*****g rubbish.” Quite.