‘Modern Family’ Bombshell Sofia Vergara Strips Off for Esquire [Gallery]

Sofia Vergara is steaming things up on the April cover of Esquire, on stands March 27.

  • In an accompanying interview with the magazine, Sofia Vergara discusses how a man should approach a Latina woman in a sexual way. Photo: James White/EsquireIn an accompanying interview with the magazine, Sofia Vergara discusses how a man should approach a Latina woman in a sexual way. Photo: James White/Esquire
  • Sofia's hair is styled in a sexy tousled bed head style and she wears natural make-up. Photo: James White/EsquireSofia's hair is styled in a sexy tousled bed head style and she wears natural make-up. Photo: James White/Esquire
  • As the cover model of the men's title's "Sex" issue, it was only natural for the buxom beauty to show off her assets in sexy black lingerie. Photo: James White/EsquireAs the cover model of the men's title's "Sex" issue, it was only natural for the buxom beauty to show off her assets in sexy black lingerie. Photo: James White/Esquire
  • Colombian actress Sofia Vergara parades her famous voluptuous figure in lingerie for an Esquire magazine photo shoot. Photo: James White/EsquireColombian actress Sofia Vergara parades her famous voluptuous figure in lingerie for an Esquire magazine photo shoot. Photo: James White/Esquire

‘The Modern Family’ star is known for her fantastic figure, which she was more than happy to show off in the popular men’s magazine. In the April issue of the Esquire Magazine, Sofia also talks about sexy Latina women.

She said, “I guess at the end of the day, all women like to be appreciated and treated with respect and kindness. We all want to have sex in a romantic way. But with a Latina, you’re going to have more fun.”

When asked about the importance of family to a Latina Sofia responded: “Sometimes it can be bad to have too much family.”

“Everybody gets involved in your problems, giving their opinion, gossiping, and making drama. But when bad things happen, they will be there to support you,” she added.

When it comes to her figure, Vergara adds that all Colombians are meant to be voluptuous and embrace their curves.

“Well, in Colombia everybody’s very voluptuous and you’re supposed to be. You don’t want to be skinny when all of your cousins are mermaids. You grow up thinking that’s how beauty is.”

As The Daily Mail writes, the star also speaks about how her boyfriend Nick Loeb reacts to her fiery temper: “Nick wonders how I can get really mad and scream, then turn around, do something, come back, and forget that I was mad,” she says.

“The first time it happened, he thought, This woman is insane. One time I was screaming with my sister. Then the next day, I told him I was having lunch with her. He said, “How? You were just fighting with her!””

Sofia has a grown-up son from her first marriage to her childhood sweetheart Joe Gonzalez in the early 90s. But she has been in a serious relationship with Nick since 2010, and is clearly hoping to add to her family with the environmental businessman.

She kept on talking: “I didn’t even realize it was weird or insane until I came here. It’s not out of the ordinary where I come from. Everybody’s like that. It’s better that way.”

“You forget about what’s bothering you. It’s not like you’re holding it inside, you know? You get it out — and it’s over with,” she added.

Modern Family’s star Sofia Vergara is featured in the April issue of Esquire Magazine where she strips down to her skivvies and discusses. Photo: Esquire

Talking about why she was first attracted to her current boyfriend, she explained before: “The most important thing was that he was very handsome. But he was also very funny, talking s*** to me like a normal person.”

The two have already faced a lot together, and Sophia helped nurse him back to health following a serious car crash in 2010.

But that is not the only trauma the model has had to come through in her life. Her brother Rafael was kidnapped and killed in 1998 in her homeland.

The star, who was named AskMen’s most desirable woman of 2012, revealed: “You can’t just sit in your house and think about the tragedies. That’s when people get depressed and their lives stop.”

Talking about her age, Sofia, 40, said: “I don’t really care, but doesn’t that sound hideous? I remember thinking when my mum was 40 that she was already done.”

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