Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria Hates On-Screen Lip-Locks

09/14/2007 at 09:00 AM EDT

Eva Longoria Hates On-Screen Lip-Locks
Eva Longoria
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Newlywed Eva Longoria admits there is one thing she really hates about her job – kissing other men.

"I hate the kissing. Kissing is the most intimate thing," Longoria tells Extra TV. "It was weird for me before I was married."

Texas-raised Longoria, 32, who wed San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker, 25, in France on July 7, admits that onscreen lip-locks aren't a popular topic at home either.

"I'm not sure he's happy with it, but he's not the crazy husband about it," the Desperate Housewives star says. "We don't talk about it because it's just not a comfortable thing to talk about."

Longoria recently told PEOPLE that if she and Parker – born in Belgium and raised in France – have children they will be taught all three languages they collectively speak – English, Spanish and French.

She also insists the family will live in the United States but take European vacations.

"Tony definitely wants to live in Texas. We both want to live in Texas," she tells Extra TV. "We'll spend our summers in France. We want to do both, but they'll be raised in America."

Longoria, who partied with new pals Victoria and David Beckham when they moved to Los Angeles, also dismissed rumors of the soccer star's gay cameo appearance in Wisteria Lane.

"I talked to Victoria the other day. I told her about that rumor, she was laughing," says Longoria. "David had a good laugh out of it. No, they are not coming on the show."

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