Eva Longoria 'has no hard feelings' towards her former Desperate Housewives colleagues

A source claims Eva Longoria "has no hard feelings" towards her former "Desperate Housewives" co-stars Teri Hatcher and Nicolette Sheridan.

The 49-year-old actress has fueled rumors that she is feuding with her former co-stars, aged 59 and 60 respectively, by not naming them in the list of stars from the ABC series she says she is still in a relationship with.

Now, however, an inside source has revealed, "There are no hard feelings between the stars. Felicity Huffman and Marcia Cross are just the ones (Eva) keeps in touch with."

Eve had replied when Daily Mail asked her which female colleagues she still keeps in touch with, "I talk to Felicity all the time. I talk to Marcia a lot, but I probably talk to Ricardo Chavira, my husband, the most. And Jesse Metcalf."

Despite insisting there is no feud, Eva has said in the past that she was "harassed" by an unnamed colleague on the set of Desperate Housewives.

And in 2018, she didn't mention "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" actress Teri when asked who on "Desperate Housewives" she was still on friendly terms with.

She then told Jimmy Kimmel about 61-year-old Felicity and 62-year-old Marcia: "We're very good friends."

When Jimmy Kimmel asked if everyone on the show was still on friendly terms. Eva replied with a laugh, "No, but 99 percent of us are."

In 2019, Desperate Housewives creator Mark Cherry, 62, said it was "impossible" to get along with an unnamed woman on the show who he said was exhibiting "behavioral issues".

He said: 'Felicity still insisted on saying "Good morning" to this actress even though she knew she wouldn't get a response. I found out about this and asked Felicity why she continued to struggle. She smiled and said, "Just because this woman has decided to be rude doesn't mean she can stop me from being polite.""

The show's screenwriter Patty Lynn, who worked on the first season of Desperate Housewives, says of Terri in her book, "End Credits: How I Broke Up with Hollywood," "The writers weren't barred from the set, but we weren't exactly welcome. We usually only saw the actors during table readings, where we sat quietly in the back and tried not to make eye contact with Terry Hatcher." | BGNES