It must be ‘hot Latinas on magazine cover day’ or something!

Sofia Vergara posed for the March issue of Shape magazine celebrating the mag’s special on Hollywood’s hottest bodies!

Sofia totally deserves to be on that list! Just look at her!

CLICK HERE to see a portion of the interview with the Modern Family star.

Tap into your inner Latina
True, Sofia does have a bit of a head start in the sultry department, but not in the exact way you imagine. For Sofia, the key to charisma is on the inside. “Confident people have a way of carrying themselves that makes others more attracted to them,” she says. “Latin women are very comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality. We aren’t afraid to show that off a little bit more.” To enhance her allure, Sofia always does a little primping before leaving her house. “If I walk outside without lipstick, I feel naked,” she says. “All the women in my family are that way. We put makeup on to give birth! When I started feeling contractions with my son [Manolo, 19], the first thing I did was wash and blow-dry my hair before I went to the hospital. You never know how long you’ll be in labor. It could be days until you’re able to take a shower.”

laugh away stress
About a year ago, Sofia started dating Florida politician, Nick Loeb, and six months later, they had their first big test as a couple. Nick was in a terrible car accident that left him temporarily unable to walk. “It was hard for us because it happened in the middle of the most fun, sexy time,” says Sofia. “And then he was in the hospital, and you know men, they become such little babies!” But throughout the whole ordeal, Nick never once got depressed, in fact, quite the opposite. “He kept his sense of humor despite the situation,” says Sofia. “I don’t know if I could have stuck it out with him if he hadn’t been able to laugh at himself and be happy even under the worst conditions. When you see people in difficult times, that’s when their true nature comes out.”

trade sit-ups for salsa
Want to see Sofia make the “ugh” face? Ask her what she does to work out. “Oh, I hate it!” she says. “But I also know that at my age—I’m almost 40!—I have to do it to maintain my figure. When I can, I try to do Latin dancing for exercise because it’s so much fun and I just love the music.” The hard part for her is actually getting to the gym. “Two hours before I go, I’m already wishing it was over,” she admits. Her motivational trick? “I psychologically fool myself into believing it’s part of my job. And then, of course, once I’m done, I’m really glad I did it because I feel so good.”

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