Colombian actress Sofia Vergara denies rumors that the Pepsi company minimized her curves in a new series of ads for Pepsi Lite, according to an article Thursday in the Boston Herald.
After a new series of ads for the Pepsi Lite “skinny can” emerged, many fans of the actress complained that Pepsi had downsized the voluptuous actress’s chest and arms with Photoshop, making the already-slender beauty too skinny.
Vergara has quashed the rumors, saying, “That is not true at all … I saw the pictures, and now with technology, they’re looking at it on the screen right after they take them. It was just a different way of dressing me.”
The Colombian native came to the U.S. at the age of 22, and is the only Hispanic actress to have begun her career on a U.S. Hispanic network and then successfully cross over to general network television.
She is best-known for her role on ABC’s “Modern Family,” and has also appeared in shows such as “Entourage” and the film “Lords of Dogtown.”