“This one is more than girls and guys coming on a show trying to find love. We use three professional matchmakers and we have three potential grooms who want to be authentically matched up and want to find the one. And also, we only work with guys who are really ready. I mean, they are ready for this step,” she said.
The star has some time on her hands now Desperate Housewives has wrapped. Although she was sad to say goodbye to her character Gabrielle Solis, Eva knows the time is right to move on.
She is becoming more involved in politics and is also studying for her master’s degree, which she is planning to focus on over the coming months.
“I am completing my master’s degree. I’m already done with my course work. I just have my thesis left,” she told WWD.
“[It’s in] Chicano studies, which is Mexican-American studies, with an emphasis on political science. It’s very time-consuming. I have to finish it by December, so hopefully I’ll be working on it this summer.”
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