Eva Longoria has gone on the record saying that after two failed marriages, she doesn't need to get married again.
In an interview with "Access Hollywood" on Thursday night, Longoria said, "I've been married twice. Been there, done that."
She was first married to "General Hospital" actor Tyler Christopher in 2002. The two eloped in Las Vegas, yet filed for divorce in 2004.
Longoria then tied the knot with basketball player Tony Parker in 2007, but the pair finalized their divorce in 2011, after allegations of his infidelity made the rounds.
The actress most recently dated Ernesto Arguello after meeting on the set of her now-cancelled dating show. They were only together for a few months but called it quits in August, blaming their conflicting schedules.
The 38-year-old also talked about having children, and she has said in the past that kids are not a priority for her.
"I'm not one of those women who are like, 'I must procreate,'" Longoria said.
"I think kids are a product of love. So, if you find the right person and you want to have a family with that person, then that's when the time is right. But, if I'm 50 and single, I'm not going to go do it myself," she said.