Sneak Peek: Eva Longoria Parker's New BEBE Sport Ads!

02/13/2008 at 06:00 AM ET

Courtesy Bebe

The Desperate Housewife looks anything but as she gets sexy for a new round of BEBE Sport ads. Eva Longoria Parker shows off her tanned skin, long locks and perfectly toned body in BEBE’s glam swimsuits and activewear. The actress gets in touch with her sporty side by posing with a moutain bike, yellow motorcycle and even a up against a luxe Ferrari. We think Eva looks great in these ads! Tell us: What do you think of Eva’s new BEBE Sport Ads?

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lv on

yikes. they’ve airbrushed her arms out of existence.

Stephanie on

Pure photoshop! She’s such a beatiful woman and she doesn’t need so much retouches.

Lillian on

The woman has an amazing body! I’m tired of seeing the ads though. She’s gotten sooo much exposure since the wedding that I would be more than happy to open up any magazine and not see her in it.

Anonymous on

She looks plastic.

kay amemiya on

she is absolutely gorgeous.

Sabrina on

I cant stand her anymore, as much as I cant stand Jessica Alba.

dani on

she is so beautiful!! perfect woman right there

tammy on

she looks stunning. very healthy

Hallie on

No real athlete would wear these clothes – they are ridiculous: too skimpy and very impractical styles and fabrics.

Sally on

She wishes she looked that good with makeup and the picture looks to airbrushed.

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