Sofia Vergara: “I’ve had these ridiculously huge boobs since I was 13″


Sofia Vergara is the September cover girl for Redbook, in a so-so pictorial. Sofia is gorgeous, and her body is crazy, but I guess the aim was try to tone down her hotness so that she seems more appealing to 40-something moms. The problem: 40-something moms already love her! Everybody loves her! Magazines should know by now that Sofia cannot and should not be tamed. Show us her body!

As for the interview… well, I already think Sofia is a great interview, so I was primed to like her here. I tend to think that people who hit it big later in life (as opposed to the 19-year-old ingénue type) are always going to give better interviews. They’ve experienced adult life outside the fame bubble, they’ve grown as people and as artists away from the spotlight, and they remember what it was like to struggle for years. Think Jon Hamm. Sofia is like the booby version of The Hamm. Here are some highlights from the interview:

Sofia on being a “teen mom”: “When I had Manolo, I was 19, and I had the energy for everything,” she says. Vergara married Manolo’s dad, her childhood sweetheart Joe Gonzalez, when she was just 18. The couple divorced two years later.

On having more kids with Nick Loeb: “My boyfriend now wants to have kids, and I don’t even want to think about it. I would have to get into that mind-set again, the waking up early.”

On her glorious rack: “I’ve had these ridiculously huge boobs since I was super young. Like, 13. I was really skinny at that time, so it was weird to have those f–king boobs and be skinny. It was hideous. Then after I had my kid, I got hips and everything started to come together,” she adds.

On the writing for Gloria in Modern Family: “When Modern Family was just beginning, I’d have to tell the writers what I thought would be better for me to say. Most of them are American men, so to write for a Latin woman is not as natural for them as writing for Julie [Bowen], for example. Because they have wives like Julie, sisters like Julie, you know what I mean? But now they’re so good, they’re like hot Latin girls!”

Monolo teases her: “He humiliates me! He doesn’t understand how my accent can get worse and worse. He says, ‘It’s not normal. Nobody does that.’ So when I got nominated for the Emmy [in 2010] I called him and said, ‘Right in your face! Even with my accent!’”

She wanted to be a dentist: “What I really wanted to be was a doctor. I love medicine. Everybody calls me all the time — ‘I have this condition, what do I do?’ But you have to study for 10 years. I knew I couldn’t do that, so I went for the next best thing, which was dentistry.”

[From Us Weekly & Redbook]

About her boobs, I can feel her pain. Mine came in when I was really young too – I think I was a C-cup at 12. It does suck! When Sofia and I become BFFs, this will be one of our first topics of conversation. As for her comment about Nick Loeb and having more kids – “My boyfriend now wants to have kids, and I don’t even want to think about it. I would have to get into that mind-set again, the waking up early.” That’s telling, isn’t it? I think my theory about Nick and Sofia is right, that she’s looking for a way out of the relationship. He wants babies and he wants to settle down and have a nice, Republican wife. Sofia wants to work. She already had her baby.



Photos courtesy of Redbook.

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  1. Susan says:

    When is she not discussing her rack in these interviews?

  2. jesikabelcher says:

    Yes – if we all had children as children, all of us wouldnt have stretch marks and a fat ass.

  3. Rux says:

    I love her and my mom loves her; my mom’s 70. Do not Tame the Vergara!

  4. ZenB!tch says:

    I’m still traumatized from having a rack at 11. Really.

    Who is Nick Loeb and why does she keep him? She had her baby – way too early but the plus side is she’s done and hot.

  5. GossipVixen says:

    I feel her pain. C-cup by 8th grade. DD by the time I graduated from high school. I didn’t appreciate my bodacious rack as a kid, and it still drives me crazy to this day (2 kids and being a G cup doesn’t help either). Bigger ain’t always necessarily better y’all! ;)

  6. Sue says:

    SHe is likely talking about her “rack” a lot because the interviewers are asking the question. I wonder if these interviewers are men? I don’t think a female interviewer would be all that interested….

  7. anonymous says:

    What the hell is a nice Republican wife? Don’t bring partisan cliches into gossip. It just sounds stupid.

  8. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Please don’t turn into another Christina Hendricks. Hey guys, her and her husband have to sketch out swimsuit options ’cause she’s the first person ever to have anything above a B cup and they work for NASA, so their input’s really helpful. But didn’t she just say ‘I didn’t know my body was different’.

    Is this really all that women in their thirties talk about? I doubt people would stop asking about their breasts if they didn’t launch into soliloquies over them every single time. Whatever happened to PR and coaching teaching clients teaching people how to give semi-intelligent interviews? To whom is this supposed to appeal? What woman wants to listen to another woman talk about her own breasts like they’re a Fulbright Scholarship for years on end? Who is it helping? At least a lot of different things can be ‘amazing’, this spate of women who only ever seem to show off and talk about their boobs…I we might be entering into the arena of the unwell.

  9. Emma says:

    I was the opposite. Flat as a board till I turned seventeen, then all of a sudden, I was a 34D. I don’t know if that makes me appreciate them more or less. I’ve dressed for a flat skinny figure and a figure with boobs and I’ve gotta say, the former is much easier. If it fits me in the chest, it drowns me in the waist and if it fits the waist it’s much too tight in the chest. Clothes just seem cut for smaller chests.

  10. Calli Pygian says:

    Jeebus, I’m *only* a D cup , and I hate being stared at. Cannot imagine having a set so large so young.

    Love her. She is so expressive.

  11. inthekitchen says:

    @Jo ‘Mama’ Besser: I’m a woman (just out of my 30s) and I’ll talk about her boobs anytime she wants…they’re mesmerizing!

    I love her and her bodacious bod! Not a fan of the republican BF but hopefully, as you say Kaiser, she’s just waiting for time to pass after his accident before she gives him the old heave ho…

  12. Theuth says:

    @Emma: it happened the same to me. My younger sister (2 years less) was taller and bustier than me, and I was in a class full of already blossomed girls: I was mocked without any mercy and HATED my body. Then, at 16, BOOM! 32DD cups and hips grow magically from nowhere without any change in my weight, and everybody keeps askying me why “I was getting fat”.
    Smh…I love my body now, but it was a long and exausting way. And I don’t understeand if I was unlucky into getting in a class full of 12ys old who already had breasts, of if someone exaggerate into saying: “Oh, I was teased for my boobs, but now I laugh at them, HAHA!”

  13. xxodettexx says:

    i love love love her… thats all

  14. shalibali says:

    She is a refreshing change from all the other stereotypes of women in Hollywood.

  15. fallen says:

    I also had big boobs at an early age, i would always try to hide them with hoodies or jackets until i was comfortable with them.

  16. VeneficA Delirium says:

    Still get Rachel Ray vibes from her mug.

    I’m so tired of the “all REAL women are hourglass shaped!” crowd. My natural body type is a mixture of curvy and slender. O NOES! I broke the system.

    Believe it or not there *are* more body types than those two, and this dichotymy is just adding one more to the list of reasons people surgically mutilate themselves or suffer from eating disorders. Is it unrealistic to expect every woman to weigh 110 pounds or be a size zero. Of course, but it’s equally unrealistic to expect all women to have the same natural body shape or have the same weight distribution patterns. Blame science for why some of us can’t fill out in all the right places. Countering unrealistic expectations with even more unrealistic expectations still alienates some people.

    Why should I feel ashamed that I don’t gain as much weight in my hips or ass? Why should I apologize that when I pack on the pounds the excess doesn’t miraculous shift to those areas but instead my upper body?

    On topic: I’ve had large breasts for about as long as I remember having them. However, having worn a bra since I was approximately nine or ten years old, I’ve expected them to not be hideous. I trusted that they were horribly shaped due to puberty. Boy was I in for the letdown of my life.

  17. JaneWonderfalls says:

    Is it me or is this women starting to become annoyinng?

  18. Skinnybetch says:

    I saw her show last night for the first time & I loved it! She is smokin’ hot and completely hilarious. Perfect combination! Team Vergara.

  19. Joanna says:

    I don’t why everybody loves her so much. yeah, she’s a good-looking Latina, but I know lots of those. I think if she didn’t have that rack and the Latin thing going on, she wouldn’t be nearly as popular right now. To me, she’s not that exotic or pretty. Eva Mendes is way prettier to me. I think Sophia just knows how to work the exotic angle.

  20. Christie says:

    I can totally sympathize with the breast thing. I was the only girl in 6th grade (age 12) with a D cup.

  21. Jane says:

    I’m actually more interested in reading the “‘My husband is a slut” story.

  22. Loko says:

    both sofia vergara and christina hendricks love talking about their “natural” boobs. both have had work done… if you google them and find really old pics, you’ll see. sofia was always large busted, but they weren’t as large, full or as perky as they are now. and christina was nowhere close to where she is now.

    i like how sofia seems to be honest about certain things — she hates to work out, she’ll do freshology to keep calories in check, etc. i just wish she’d be more honest about this too. she’s always had a fabulous figure… but she hasn’t had *these* boobs since she was a teenager. it’s not realistic.

  23. Charlotte says:

    Ohh, 4th grade with a C cup, 6th grade with a D! I hated elementary school just because of the bra strap snapping. Boys at that age suck (would probably be suspended for sexual harassment these days!). My God, I have such huge dents in my shoulders from the weight of the girls! Anyway, I adore Sofia, she’s beautiful but doesn’t come across as a pampered princess. She seems to be pretty down-to-earth and funny.

  24. filthycute says:

    I wish this vapid skank would shut up about her rack already. We get it.

  25. Chris says:

    From 13? I bet Sophie Viagra gave the boys in her class plenty to think about when they got home.

  26. aenflex says:

    Notice how people with big ta tas are always talking about them? Call me crazy but doesn’t she want to be known for more than that?

  27. Venefica Delirium says:

    @Aenflex: That’s because she’s got that Helen of Troy complex going on. All of these narcissistic types recycle the same sob stories over how they’re treated like a piece of meat, but not so secretly really get off on the attention it rewards them. It’s really transparent and pathetic.

    By the way, I’ve never thought my boobs were a curse. I’m dissatisfied with them, yeah, but please. This is like me complaining to my one best friend who is an A cup about how horrible it is having big tits.

    In my experience, the women who complain most about being too hot for people to enjoy them for them or how nobody can take them seriously usually are annoying and depend on the “my beauty is such a curse” angle way too much to justify why they can’t maintain a stable relationship.

    There are so many beautiful women who look great and manage to keep friends and men around. If people tend to not respect you for who you are just because you’re so beautiful, how come it works well for millions of other women who are beautiful as well? Color me jaded, but it’s normally the appearance that attracts people to you, but it’s the personality that keeps people around. If you’re the constant in all of these disfunctional relationships, it’s you.

    And boohoo, people find you attractive and want to get with you for that reason? The world’s tiniest violin plays for you. People have told me they only want to be with me basically because I’m “safe”, because since apparently nobody wants me I’m easier to control. That’s pretty sick, if you ask me, way worse than someone giving you the time of day because they find you attractive.

  28. hannah says:

    venefica delirium:

    totally agree!

    middle school sucks, for everybody, and being liked by boys seems far better than not having anybody like you because “roses are red coal is black, why is your chest, as flat as your back?” i’d have taken boobs anyday, you poor poor, beautiful, hourglass shapped women that have always been ideal, even though you all pretend that that isn’t the case

  29. Venefica Delirium says:

    @Hannah: The faux humility of these chicks literally gives me knots in my stomach.

    The reason why these girls can’t make any friends isn’t because of jealousy, but much rather the narcissism and self-importance resulting from having an ideal body, knowing it all too much, and using it for manipulation.

    I’ve had acquaintances and friends like this and they’re completely toxic. I *have* been bullied. The way “too beautiful” girls act really brings you down after a while because it’s so backhanded and…fake. People don’t want to keep them around because it gets pretty old hearing all the time what a curse it is being beautiful, when it’s a social commodity. Nobody who’s actually been picked and suffers from a resulting low self esteem wants to feel sorry for someone who’s been granted more advantages because they’re so pretty, and the only thing they have to complain about is because the people rewarding them for their great looks intentions aren’t “pure” enough? I’d hate to break it to them, but people’s intentions still aren’t 100% PURE when people enjoy your personality either. I’ve been used so many times for no other reason than being kind, naive, and vulnerable…and the social benefits to being a “nice girl” are far less rewarding than being a “hot chick”. All I can say is, if my kindness was really a charade I would’ve dropped it by now because I’ve been walked all over, SO many times.

    Women like this are completely toxic.

  30. really says:

    Sofia is just knock-down beautiful, and has a great body, which speaks for itself. LOVE HER!!!

  31. T.C. says:

    She got married at 18 and had her first child at 19. Remember she is from Latin America. Marriage and children at that age is not abnormal. She sounds like she raised a smart and loving son. I think she is refreshing from all the size 2 blondes that all sound the same and are 2 years away from going to rehab.

  32. CIdee says:

    Oh, for the love of God. Not every comment needs to be analyzed! It is an interview. Questions are asked and answered and if the answers aren’t interesting or controversial no one buys the magazine and the celebrity’s “star power” gets a little bit dimmer.

    And BTW- Buh-bye Nick.

  33. tango says:

    Sophia doesn’t do anything for me. I’m tired of hearing how she doesn’t fit the Hollywood ideal, how big her boobs are, blah, blah, blah. Just shut up already because someone bitching about what others rightly know are positives gets tiresome. As for her relationship, she doesn’t need to find a way out. She just has to say “I’m out of here”. No excuses needed. She can certainly support herself just fine – she doesn’t need a man. And the “nice republican wife”? Putting aside the nice part, google how many Republican women are govenors, mayors, Congress people and state and Federal Senators. Republican wives nowadays could just as easily be the bread winners &/or more famous in the partnership instead of sitting home baking cookies, cleaning house and pushing out baby after baby. Bias showing much?