Eva Longoria attended the “Glamour” magazine Reel Moments events for the premier of the short she directed, “A Proper Send Off,” Monday night in Los Angeles.
Then Longoria shifted gears from glitz to politics.
That same night, she hosted what “The Wall Street Journal” called “the first-ever Latino fund-raiser for Mr. Obama,” at the home of colleagues Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith in the hopes of drumming up Latino support for the president.
The Hollywood Reporter says Longoria beamed with joy introducing the nation’s commander-in-chief.
“[Obama] speaks to the Latino community because he knows he’s the president of all Americans,” said Longoria, as reported by THR.