Rumored using digital technology to make her look thinner in Diet Pepsi Skinny Can campaign, the 'Modern Family' actress insists, 'It was just a different way of dressing me.'
Sofia Vergara is adamant advertising bosses did not use digital technology to make her look thinner in a new advertising campaign for Pepsi, putting her svelte figure down to "a different way of dressing".
The "Modern Family" star is seen wearing a large blue hat and a revealing halter-neck top in the pictures to promote the drinks brand's new Diet Pepsi Skinny Can. But the commercial came under fire from critics and campaigners, who alleged computer wizardry was used to minimize Vergara's curves, with a representative for The National Eating Disorders Association calling the advert "thoughtless and irresponsible".
Vergara has now spoken out about the controversy, insisting the pictures have not been altered in any way. She tells the Boston Herald, "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."