Originally posted by R11
I heard an interview with Teri Hatcher while I was doing something in another room and she was answering questions about the supposed cat fight over this cover. Personally, I think they make all that stuff up just to create additional "buzz" about shows. Makes for good copy I guess. There's no way the stars would allow them to write that kind of story (and headline) without their blessing if it were true, (it's a contracted shoot, not the Enquirer you know). They did the same thing with Sex and the City as I recall. All kinds of "stories" about how they didn't get along, but now that the show is over all you ever hear from interviews is how they all stay in touch and call/email each other all the time.
CP I meant to stay on topic, sorry! I think that part of the Vanity Fair story could be true, especially as it pertains to Eva Longoria. She has become a diva of sorts ever since she started to become recognized which took her many years to do. It appears to me that she is the one most likely getting caught up in the hype of the show, seeing as how certain things transpired between she and her ex-husband. She goes from being a barely recognized Soap star on a barely recognized Soap to a recognized Soap star on the most popular Soap.
That leads her to some brief nationwide status by appearing on one now defunct show on ABC. Now she is staring in one of the most popular shows in years, getting all of this pub b/c of her beauty and her role on the show, getting star treatment like she never got before and now she is taking on diva form. It was all bound to happen to someone like her is experiencing their first dose of full-blown stardom. The other actresses in one way or another have already experience what Eva is now experiencing so they are less likely to show their diva side on something as silly as a photo-shot.
I just hope that old Dr. Kimberly Shaw, err..... Marcia Cross didn't go wild.