We all know Sofia Vergara has one incredible figure – but it doesn’t come without its downsides.

The Modern Family star has admitted that she sometimes ends up BLEEDING after glamorous events. Whaaa?!

Talking to The Edit, Sofia says: ‘People will often say that I wear the same thing on the red carpet, but I know my body: it’s very voluptuous and I’ve got the boobs of a stripper.

Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello Sofia Vergara is married to Joe Manganiello


‘They’re a 32DDD and because they’re real, they’re everywhere, so I need my dresses to have structure – and under armour. There is so much going on under my dresses that I bleed at the end of award ceremonies.’

Crikey. Talk about suffering for fashion…

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Sofia Vergara Sofia Vergara always wows on the red carpet


Considering the fact that Sofia’s curves are actually causing her medical traumas, it’s not particularly surprising that the thought of getting a breast reduction has crossed her mind.

The 43-year-old continues: ‘In 10 years I think it would be good to have a reduction.

‘I don’t think it’s even going to be an option not to [have surgery], because I’m going to start having back pains. I wouldn’t make them too small – just enough that I don’t end up looking like an old stripper.’

Sofia Vergara on Modern Family Sofia Vergara plays Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in Modern Family


Um. We’re pretty sure you’re never going to look like that, Sofia.

We’re also a teeny bit confused by the fact that the Colombian-born actress reckons she’s ageing?! She adds: ‘Watching myself age onscreen is awful!’

We don’t know about you, but we think she looks as flippin’ incredible as she did when we first saw her play Gloria Delgado-Pritchett back in 2009.

The Modern Family cast Sofia Vergara reckons she’s aged since Modern Family began. Er


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Even so, she says: ‘There is nothing more disturbing than watching an episode of Modern Family from the first season, then one from seven years later, but what can I do?

‘I’ll be sad when the wolf whistles stop. I’m already sad that men have started calling me “Señora.” I get really p***** off: “What? It’s Señorita.”‘