Tony Parker and Eva Longoria never miss the chance to dazzle on the red carpet.
Joined by fellow celeb couple Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith, the dogooding lovebirds stepped out on Saturday night (August 7) as they attended the Starlite Gala in Benahavis, Spain.
Looking pretty in pink, Eva and her NBA star hubby were on hand to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
Meanwhile, joined by Rosario Dawson, Wilmder Valderrama and a handful of other celebs, Eva is taking a stand against the Arizona immigration law.
“I haven’t made it a secret that I’m strongly opposed to the Arizona law and I’ve been pretty vocal about it,” Eva says in the PSA for Voto Latinos & Mun2’s ‘United We Win’ campaign. “It’s unfortunate that this immigration issue has been on the national agenda for the past three administrations.”
Under the current Arizona law, Eva says she worries that racial profiling will lead to discriminatory pursuits of legal citizens.
“I think the biggest misconception is that everybody who is dark or of color is from somewhere else. I’m ninth-generation American. I’m more American than a lot of my Anglo friends,” she says. “If my father got pulled over because of the color of his skin, I could guarantee you I would be outraged.”
Other celebrities contributing to the campaign — which will debut in September — include Jessica Alba, hip-hop star Common, Amy Smart and Entourage actress Carla Gugino.