September 5th, 2012
10:44 PM ET

Eva Longoria talks to Piers Morgan at the DNC about women and Latino vote

Tonight Eva Longoria, a co-chair of Obama's re-election campaign, sat down with Piers Morgan at the Democratic Convention in Charlotte. She spoke about her upcoming speech tomorrow evening and what she would be addressing the convention about tomorrow night before the president takes the stage:

"I was honored they would ask me," admitted the former "Desperate Housewives" star. "I've been speaking to two big communities important to the president – the women's community and the latino community – and so I will be speaking about those issues, a little narrative about my American Dream and how I'm living proof of that."

Prior to digging into the party platform, Morgan first talked platform footwear, noting his guest's 9 to 10 inch heels:

"I have to stand taller here," joked Longoria. "There are a lot of important people."

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