Sofia Vergara NOT Having “Last-Minute Wedding Drama,” Despite Report

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Sofia Vergara Wedding Drama

By Shari Weiss


Sofia Vergara Wedding Drama

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Sofia Vergara is NOT having “last-minute wedding drama,” despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the claim. We’re told it’s utter nonsense.

The new issue of Life & Style, which makes it seem like Vergara’s wedding to Joe Manganiello has already taken place, claims the actress has been a “mess” before the nuptials. The magazine says “it should have been the happiest time of her life,” but Vergara was plagued by “stress and legal battles” in her final days as a single woman. Pointing to a recent filing from Nick Loeb in his ongoing lawsuit against the star, a so-called source alleges, “Nick cast a dark cloud over the whole event.”

Life & Style goes on to describe how Vergara was “feeling overwhelmed by pressure as her nuptials approached,” to the point where she supposedly skipped meals and had a “major crisis” at a dress fitting due to weight loss. It’s even said the “Modern Family” star “started questioning her choice of wedding venue,” and that she “found writing her vows to be a struggle.”

The entire story about Vergara’s wedding was written in the past tense, even though it won’t actually happen until Sunday. It’s just a typical tabloid trick, a bait-and-switch to mislead readers. There hasn’t been a “series of last-minute drama that caused chaos,” as claimed by the magazine, and there’s no “dark cloud” over the festivities.

The last hearing in Loeb’s embryo case was held in late October. Vergara and Manganiello will be tying the knot nearly a month later. One insider close to the situation scoffed at Life & Style’s misrepresentation, telling Gossip Cop exclusively, “I doubt anything is being ruined.” Gossip Cop, however, is more than happy to ruin the magazine’s fictional version of pre-wedding events.

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