Sunday, April 10, 2011

No buttons to pop open here! Eva Longoria avoids another wardrobe malfunction in skin-tight dress

By Daily Mail Reporter

Minimalist: Eva Longoria looked elegant in a strapless black dress at the museum opening in Los Angeles

She may have experienced a wardrobe malfunction earlier in the week when her jacket popped open on David Letterman’s chat show, but last night Eva Longoria made sure her dress fitted like a glove.

The actress wore a well-fitting black strapless LBD while attending the opening party for an LA museum that recognises Mexican-American’s contribution to Southern Californian culture.

It was a far more modest look for the 36-year-old than the micro shorts and gaping jacket that she wore on Letterman’s show while promoting her new cookbook.

But despite her elegant ensemble at the the Inaugural Gala of La Plaza De Cultura Y Artes in Los Angeles yesterday, the museum opening still sparked controversy.

As glamorous stars such as Eva paid between $1,000 and $100,000 to attend, demonstrators stood outside protesting over the treatment of human remains found during the facility’s construction.

Native American protesters gathered with drums outside the gala following a statement that accused Los Angeles County officials of allowing the desecration of a historic cemetery where hundreds of people are believe to be buried.

A secretary for the Gabrieleno Band of Mission Indians said tribe members had pleaded with museum and county officials to delay the opening until an agreement could be reached on the restoration of the cemetery.

Modest outfit: Eva made sure she didn't experience another wardrobe malfunction by wearing the skin-tight dress

But museum representative Manuael Valencia said in an email that the celebration went well.

He said: ‘Everyone is celebrating the opening of LA Plaza. There have been no disruptions.’

Mexican American actress Longoria was also busy with another book signing at South Coast Plaza before last night's event.

After promoting Eva’s Kitchen: Cooking With Love For Family & Friends, she wrote on her Twitter page: ‘Thank you Orange County and everyone at South Coast Plaza! Most successful book signing yet!’

Earlier in the week she was discussing her cookbook on David Letterman’s Late Show when her jacket button popped open, almost exposing her chest.

The wardrobe mishap led to over four million views on YouTube.

New book: Eva was promoting her cookbook Eva's Kitchen: Cooking With Love For Family & Friends on the chat show


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