Don't complain about privacy: Longoria to reality TV stars
Los Angeles: Actress Eva Longoria says reality TV stars shouldn't complain about invasion of privacy as they choose to give their personal lives up as entertainment.
The former "Desperate Housewives" star says a line should be drawn between actors and reality TV stars, who are famous for letting film crews document their daily activities, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
She was asked about the issue during an interview on the Nova FM radio station in Sydney, Australia, where a debate about stars' privacy has been going on since Khloe Kardashian was accused of cutting short a TV interview over a question about her baby niece North West.
"There's definitely things that are off-limits and shouldn't be asked (but) I think it is different for a reality star than it is for an actor. An actor goes out and acts and does work, certain things are left to be private. Reality stars are kind of living out their lives, that's why they are famous, because of the reality of their lives," she said.