Talk about a bonding experience!
[Image via Brandi Glanville/Instagram.]
WOW! No surprise here, but this couple were heating up the red carpet!
The Modern Family starlet rocked a bright pink Vera Wang Collection gown, which of course hugged her every curve, but not as tightly as her hubby Joe did!
She also accessorized the statement-making number with a matching clutch and dazzling gold jewelry.
What's not to love??
Plus, Joe wasn't looking too shabby, either!
Would U call them the hottest couple of the night?
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Sofia Vergara is NOT happy!
On Monday, Sofia filed a lawsuit against the beauty company Venus Concept for upwards of $15 million dollars. The suit claims the company used Vergara's likeness to promote products without her permission.
The drama all started when Vergara tried out one of the company's services ( a skin tightening massage) and then posted the event to Instagram. The snap in question received 40 thousand likes.
Cut to a few months later and the actress' pic is plastered all over the company's promotional materials including the unauthorized tagline: "Loved by bombshell actress Sofia Vergara."
Oops! Sounds like the Venus Concept made a boo boo!
To make matters worse, Sofia claims she found the service "a waste of time and money with little in the way of any results."
Yikes. That's not good!
Now the gorgeous gal is asking for $15 million dollars (that's how much S.F. is paid for a typical endorsement deal) and to have her face removed from all of the company's marketing materials.
We'll keep you updated as this case progresses!
Cute couple alert!
In fact, the brunette beauty took to IG again to share an adorable pic (above) of the attractive twosome behind a delicious piece of chocolate cake! She wrote:
This is just so sweet!
Now, the stars of the NBA are following suit to launch a series of TV ads calling to stop gun violence.
Spike Lee has partnered with advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety to direct the ads featuring basketball's biggest players!
Stephen Curry, Joakim Noah, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul all appear in the PSA — intercut between testimonies of gun violence victims.
In one TV spot, Curry remembers hearing the story of a 3-year-old girl who had been shot, saying:
"My daughter Riley's that age."
The striking ads will air on Christmas day during the NBA's high profile games. Watch a clip (below):