Eva Longoria, the former "Desperate Housewives" star, said today it was difficult to focus on her latest business endeavor after hearing about the Colorado theater shooting early this morning.
"It was so overwhelming. Like the doctor said, you don't have to be there to have been affected by it," Longoria said during an appearance on "Good Afternoon America."
Originally scheduled to discuss her teaming up with Lay's Potato Chips on the "Do Us a Flavor" campaign, Longoria, 37, couldn't help but veer off topic to address the shooting at the "Dark Knight Rises" premiere.
"We woke up this morning going, 'What? What happened? What did I miss?' she said.
"We were launching this campaign today, and it was like, 'Yay, we're here to say, 'Win a million dollars,' and then this happens and you go, 'That's how fragile life is in these moments,'" Longoria said.
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