Why Sofia Vergara is Envious of Gisele

by Antoinette Bueno 10:06 AM PDT, October 02, 2012
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Modern Family star Sofia Vergara is Lucky magazine's November cover star, and she gets candid about her sexy look, her fiance Nick Loeb and why she's envious of Gisele.

"I am not there to look intelligent. I want to show all this off while I still have it," she says bluntly about using her curvaceous figure to her advantage. "I already know I am going to get a breast lift. Then, maybe one day, when I am done with being sexy, I will just get rid of them."

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Clearly, Sofia isn't shy about talking about her most famous body parts.

"I know [my breasts] have opened doors for me, let's be real," she says. "But I so hate when I see Gisele and she is wearing a tiny little tank top with no bra, like, 'Oh, I just threw this on, I look so cute.' If I wore that I would look like I was pregnant, or a fat stripper."

Sofia's trademark honestly also applies when talking about why she and her fiance, businessman Nick Loeb, are a perfect match.

"Because we are f***ing professionals at doing nothing. We like to sit around on the beach and drink wine and talk s***," she says.

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Already a mother to 20-year-old Manolo from a previous marriage to her childhood sweetheart Joe Gonzales, Sofia doesn't rule out having another child with Nick.

"He is younger than me, 37, and he never had them. So if he wants one, maybe I will have [one]," she says.

And how does she feel about turning 40 this year?

"Turning 40 is horrible," she laughs. "People that say it isn't are full of s***"

But for now she is enjoying playing the sexy Gloria, which she calls "the role of a lifetime," and is concentrating on her new clothing line for Kmart.

"Truthfully," Sofia admits, "I always thought of acting as a way to get a clothing line, and as an experiment ... I just always worked really hard, and I knew that I liked money."

Lucky magazine's November issue hits newsstands October 9.