Pop Rocks: Let's Celebrate Sofia Vergara's Singleness with a Video Retrospective

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In case you hadn't heard, the busty Modern Family star is back on the market:

Sofia Vergara is single again after splitting with boyfriend Nick Loeb after more than two years together, Page Six can exclusively reveal.

The Colombian stunner and New York-based Loeb broke up over the weekend following a series of arguments, sources tell us. And, on Monday, she attended the Met Ball alone.

A source told us, "Sofia was confiding in friends at the ball that she and Nick have split. They have been fighting a lot recently and have been on the brink of splitting many times. It is not yet clear if they are over for good, but they are done as a couple for now."

I don't know if you've seen pictures of Loeb, but this is the least surprising news since I found out Paula Deen had diabetes. But enough cruelty; Sofia's available once again, and if you needed a reminder of why she'll be considered one of the most eligible women out there, here you go.

Because if we're being honest, sweatily hunching in front of your compuer monitor is as close as you're going to get.

Fuera de Serie (1996?) At least, I think that's what this show was called. It was a travel program in which Vergara would find a variety of exotic locales where she could wear as little clothing as possible. I don't have ready access to Univisión's rating data, but I'm going to assume it was a hit.

My Wife and Kids (2002) Not even Sofia Vergara is immune to the charms of a ten-years-past-his-prime Damon Wayans.

Chasing Papi (2003) The premise of this movie -- ridiculously hot Miami businessman must contend with three attractive girlfriends -- was enough to make me opt for Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach instead.

Soul Plane (2004) It's to somebody's credit at Modern Family that they were able to see Vergara's legitimate comedy stylings in spite of, well, this. I can't embed the actual scene, but here's a glimpse.

Four Brothers (2005) I'll say it: This Mark Wahlberg revenge flick (a loose remake of The Sons of Katie Elder) set in low-income Detroit and featuring a classic R&B soundtrack was seriously underrated. And it has Vergara riding a clothes dryer.

Fuego en la Sangre (2008) I'm no city health inspector, but I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to be kneading bread dough with your shirt off, Eduardo. Wait, my bad. That must be where they get the fuego.

Modern Family (2010) The jokes are too easy. I'm just going to reiterate how badly I want a woman to call me "Papi" at some point.

Sesame Street (2011) This was obviously after the Katy Perry debacle, because Vergara is pretty much the opposite of in flagrante delicto here. [Obvious joke warning:] She could still tickle my Elmo any day.

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