Olivia Culpo, we are jealous of YOU!
Also, those dance moves. Can we talk dance moves?! OMG.
Ch-ch-check out the hawt music video (above)!!
This is one way to say you’re moving on!!!
Sofia Vergara and her longtime boyfriend Nick Loeb finally called it quits at the end of May, and she’s already planning her future WITHOUT him!
According to new reports, the 41-year-old Modern Family actress froze her eggs and “has a very close friend” who is ready to be her surrogate! An insider revealed:
These are just a few of the celebrity names in the new Big Brothers Big Sisters PSA that we are loving very much!
The major star studded video features a ton of celebrities asking anyone in the public to get involved with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles organization because there's no better feeling than mentoring someone who truly needs it!
After all, everyone needs someone to lean on, and helping mold the future of tomorrow is something everyone should take an interest in!
Although really it would be only worth it just to once see your little brother or little sister smile while having fun.
That would make BOTH of your days!
Check out the video (above) and get inspired!!!
And we’re SO glad she did!
It’s pretty well-known that Sofia Vergara was a flawless teenage mom to her son Manolo in Columbia.
Well, she shared an adorbsies photo of her 19-year-old self at that time cradling a one-month-old Manolo, captioning it:
Sofia Vergara has been a mom for 21 years, but her fiancé Nick Loeb has never had a child!
So the Modern Family star is being proactive and reproductive! And she's planning for the (very near) future! She says:
"I wanted to make sure I already froze my eggs. I wanted to take advantage of science."
Yay science! So when does this procedure take place?
Well wouldn't this be just perfect!
Sofia Vergara and her fiancé Nick Loeb may be adding a baby to their family very soon!
The couple are reportedly planning to have one of Sofia's girlfriends act as a surrogate. It is still very early in the process, though!
Here's what a source said: