Eva Longoria producing NBC dating show for “real women”

Forget all about Cupid – Eva Longoria is now your go-to matchmaker. The actress has announced that she’s creating a dating show where she will help singles find their love-match.

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Calling all single ladies: Eva Longoria wants to help you find love!

The Desperate Housewives star is on a mission to help all the single ladies in America with a new dating show. According to the New York Post’s Page Six, the beautiful actress is developing a show with NBC called All About Love that will help pair up singles based on “good matches” from matchmaking gurus Amber Kelleher, a noted love expert, and Steve Ward, who was on VH1’s Tough Love.

How exciting is this? An actual dating show that focuses on establishing meaningful relationships and not going on ten dates with ten different ladies or feeling that love always have to be a competition. Yes, you know what show I’m talking about. And although we all love the drama of reality love shows, sources are saying that Eva is designing this show for “real women.”

“It’s designed to help real women get back into the dating pool,” says a source to Us Weekly. “They’ve chosen single women and single mothers — women who have been through a series of heartaches and battles in life and have all but given up on finding one true love.”

This is such a great show for Eva to commit herself to, especially considering that her divorce to NBA player Tony Parker in 2010 was not so sweet and her recent one-year relationship with Penelope Cruz’s younger brother, Eduardo,  ended earlier this month.

We have a feeling that this new show will be perfect for Eva to focus on doing something she enjoys and earn her some great karma along the way – and who knows, she may find love herself along the way. Fingers crossed!

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