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Friday, 24 May 2013

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Sofia's 34-DD's are the envy of most Hollywood starlets. (Photo taken by Rico Chorizo).

BEVERLY HILLS - One of the stars of the hit sit-com Modern Family, Sofia Vergara had just had her hair styled by FuFi Fondue, known as The Hair Stylist To The Stars when she was approached by a celebrity reporter.

Miss Vergara had been interviewed by Tittle Tattle Tonight's Pico de Gallo on several occasions so she gladly talked to him.

He asked her how she felt about the fact that her 2013 All-Nude Mayan Apocalypse Calendar is the number one selling calendar in the entire nation.

Sofia blushed and said that she was very proud and pointed out that the owner of Calendars 'R' Us, Anton P. Zipplecross, Jr. is so thrilled that he presented her with a 2013 red Lamborghini.

The 40-year-old Vergara who was born in Colombia is one of the most stunning women in all of Tinsel Town.

De Gallo asked Sofia if she would not mind telling him the size of her erotically gorgeous breasts.

She smiled and replied that she has 34-DD boobs and she is very proud of the fact that celebrities like George Clooney, George Lopez, and George Hamilton just to name three George's all say that her tata's are the best in the West.

SIDENOTE: Sofia informed Pico de Gallo that she has just signed a $2.1 million contract to appear in a commercial for Madam Mama Mia Bras.

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