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Sofia Vergara Feels “Amazing” Accepting Last “Modern Family” Award

Let’s just say that Sofía Vergara knows what she’s working with. 

The 48-year-old America’s Got Talent judge visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday, June 3, as seen in preview footage. During her appearance, Sofía played a game in which host Ellen DeGeneres asked a series of questions, and the actress had to give a quick response. 

Ellen saved the most titillating moment for the end, given that the final question was, “What body part are you most proud of?”

At this, Sofía hysterically replied, “I mean, please, Ellen.” Her perfect response led the host to burst into an extended fit of laughter before saying, “Oh, my God, I love you.”

But Sofía wasn’t done with answering the query just yet. “Do I really have to say?” the star continued. She then delivered the final punchline by quipping, “I’ve opened doors!”

Ellen clearly loved this, as she kept laughing and then added, “Oh, my god.”

Earlier in the game, Ellen brought up Sofía’s husband, Joe Manganiello, with the line, “Tell us something Joe always makes fun of you for.” This spurred the Colombian-born personality to reply, “Joe always makes fun of my accent.” 

During their interview, the host displayed a number of paparazzi shots showing the Modern Family alum eating in public, and Sofía admitted this has become a bit of a pattern. 

“Well, first of all, I didn’t know I was doing that—I didn’t know I had a problem until people started posting pictures of me of paparazzi, eating,” Sofía lightheartedly explained.

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