Eva Longoria has a wardrobe malfunction on 'Letterman' [Video]
When Eva Longoria stopped by David Letterman's couch in a micro-tuxedo to talk about her new cookbook, the "Desperate Housewives" actress gave the host a bit more than he bargained for — a wardrobe malfunction, to be exact.
"I wore a tuxedo for you," Longoria said when she arrived onstage.
"Or part of one," Letterman quipped back.
Then the button on her teeny-tiny jacket gave way, prompting Letterman to say, "We're going to lose our liquor license, I know it." (Watch the malfunction above.)
Among the things they discussed: soapy cilantro, okra and Oprah.
Longoria, 36, has been promoting her cookbook, "Eva's Kitchen." She said the book, coupled with cooking, helped her get through her ugly divorce from Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs.
The actress, a longtime foodie, turned to the kitchen and helping out friends post-divorce. Since February, she's been linked to Eduardo Cruz, Penelope Cruz's little bro, but has been reluctant to get into the dating scene.
"I'm really domestic, so I had a really strong identity in being a wife," Longoria told Rachael Ray. "Finding myself again outside of somebody else has been not even challenging — it's been fun. It's been like, here we go!"
The complete opposite of her character Gabrielle Solis, no?
The "Beso" restaurateur said she wants to have a family, but in the meantime she's taken in two live-in friends at her house.
"I'm like the mother hen for a sorority house. It's all women, all the time. So, we're always cooking! I love it!"
Longoria, who married the basketball player in an extravagant "7-7-07" ceremony, said the divorce, which was just as public, made it more difficult.
"It was hard," she said in promos for Thursday's episode of "Piers Morgan Tonight." "It was devastating to go through on its own, much less publicly."
Maybe it's a good thing her button popped off — to distract people from less pleasant issues?
— Nardine Saad
Photo: Actress Eva Longoria signs her new book, "Eva's Kitchen," at a Borders in New York. Credit: Astrid Stawiarz / Getty Images.