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The newly single housewife brought Mr. Judge along to dine al fresco with her friend and business partner Marcos.

“Eddie and I started dating about two months after Simon and I split up,” she said. “I met Eddie through Marcos. There was a rumor out there that I was dating Simon’s best friend. That wasn’t true. They’ve never been friends.”

So, what does she see in Mr. Judge?

“He has that Latin oomph,” she said.

But Miss Barney insists their relationship is not just about sex.

“At first I was kind of worried that it was just a physical kind of thing between Eddie and [me], but I honestly feel like he’s my soul mate,” she said. “The amount of love is just insane. I don’t know how to explain it. I’ve never experienced it in my life.”

Although she says, “I wasn’t looking for love,” she believes she has found it and that Mr. Judge “kissed me back to life.”

Arnold heads back to TV

Arnold Schwarzenegger will announce the first details of his new TV series at this year’s MIPTV Media Market in Cannes, France, the Hollywood Reporter notes. Details of the project, which is being kept under wraps, will be revealed April 4 at a news conference at the Riviera-side Majestic Hotel.

Reps for the former California governor — who recently announced he planned a return to movies — said only that Mr. Schwarzenegger was involved in an “international TV series.”

Other stars in Cannes for the TV sales market that runs April 4 through 8, will include Eva Green, Joseph Fiennes and Jamie Campbell Bower, who are promoting “Camelot”; John Barrowman promoting “Torchwood”; and Oliver Hershbiegel, John Doman and Assumpta Serna, fronting “The Borgias.”

ESPN 3D coming to Verizon

Verizon’s FiOS TV is set launch ESPN 3D on April 5, ahead of the Masters golf tournament and the National Basketball Association playoffs, although still relatively few sports fans have the requisite 3-D gear to watch it, Multichannel.com reports.

With the addition of Verizon, ESPN 3D is available to some 62.5 million U.S. households through agreements with Comcast, DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and AT&T U-verse TV. However, the number of households with 3D-enabled TV sets is somewhere around 1 million.

ESPN 3D will be included at no extra charge for FiOS TV customers who subscribe to the top-tier Ultimate HD package, and will be available separately for an additional $9.99 per month.

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