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Entries in eva longoria (3)

Thursday
Jun272013

The Snob Talks Devious Maids, Paula Deen on NPR

Wednesday, The Snob made a return to the Beauty Shop on NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin. We talked the new Eva Longoria produced show, Lifetime's Devious Maids, and whether or not it was more like "Devious Stereotypes." We discussed the recent Supreme Court rulings and the whole Paula Deen debacle. I was joined in the beauty shop with fellow regulars Viviana Hurtado, blogger-in-chief of the website The Wise Latina Club; Jane Delgado, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health and Bridget Johnson, editor for PJ Media.

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Wednesday
May302012

The Snob Talks Catholic/Contraception Debate and Lolo "No-No" Jones' Virginity Talk

Lolo JonesThe Snob returned to NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin for the Beauty Shop segment Wednesday to talk the Catholic Church wanting an exemption on paying for birth control in mandated health insurance, Olympic hopeful, sprinter Lolo Jones opening up about being a 29-year-old virgin and Eva Longoria's controversial, but dead-on-arrival TV pilot for "Devious Maids." I was joined for the segment with the usual suspects -- Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado and US News & World Report's Mary Kate Cary, as well as TV critic Mekeisha Madden Toby.

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Thursday
Jun252009

L'Oreal Doesn't Care About Black People (Or Arabs Or Asians)

You know who's not good enough to shill shampoo for French cosmetics maker L'Oreal? Most of the people who read this blog. While they hired faces like Beyonce, Kerry Washingtion and Eva Longoria to convince women of color to buy their over-priced products, behind the make-up counter L'Oreal was a tad less "We Are the World."

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