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Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet poked fun at report saying Sofia is dating the 'True Blood' hunk which sparked earlier this week.
After Stonestreet writes about the incident on Instagram, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley take to Twitter to deny it, saying that the story 'is blatantly untrue.'
The trio cracks jokes about the elevator drama with Stonestreet writing, 'I honestly handled being stuck in an elevator for 50min better than I thought. All jessetyler did was pass wind.'
The 'Modern Family' actor defends himself after online speculations spread that he was drunk during his American Music Awards presenting stint.
'Modern Family' already bags three kudos including the best supporting comedy actor and actress for Stonestreet and Bowen respectively, while the 'Two and a Half Men' star wins the best comedy actor.
The 'Modern Family' star got into a verbal altercation with a St. Louis Cardinal fan before a security staff broke it off.
The 'Boyfriend' singer has a very heated conversation with Michael Madsen in the sneak peek of his upcoming 'music short film.'
Paul McCartney closes the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics with a sing-along of 'Hey Jude'.
Highlighting the big revelation in the last season finale, the new teaser features the body of Dexter's latest victim set on fire.
The third-place finisher on 'DWTS' season 11 sets the record straight on the rumors that she detested homosexual people.
The six adult stars of the ABC comedy have agreed to terms in their new contracts, and will begin production of the fourth season on Monday, July 30.
After forcing a cancellation on the Tuesday table read, Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and other main adult stars have reportedly agreed to return to work on July 26 as 'a good-will gesture.'
Nick Lachey and the other members of the 90's boyband are set to perform on 'Today' show and MixTape Festival in August.
Ed O'Neill, who's the only adult actor who showed up for a table read, has reportedly decided to join Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell in the lawsuit.
Words are, the filmmaking team of 'The Hobbit' is negotiating with Warner Bros. Pictures to make the tale a trilogy and begin the additional shooting in New Zealand next summer.