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Sofia Vergara from the ABC series "Modern Family" arrives at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California, Sept. 18, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Sofia Vergara showed off her slim figure in a skintight lace teal dress as she promoted her sitcom "Modern Family" on Tuesday. The same day, Vergara appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," and hilariously spoke to the host after inhaling some helium.

On Tuesday, Vergara made some heads turn as she stepped out in a feminine frock that was just below the knee. She completed her look with a nude sling bag and matching stilettos and her luscious locks were styled in waves, the Daily Mail reported.

During her appearance at "The Tonight Show," Fallon told Vergara that he loved her voice and wanted to hear it at a higher octave.

"When you say you love me for my voice, you mean you laugh at my voice," Vergara said as she grabbed a balloon filled with helium.

After taking a hit of helium, the "Modern Family" star started out by saying her name. She added in her helium-infused voice: "My English is very good on this thing, no?"

Later, Vergara switched to Spanish to say hi to all of her Hispanic friends, saying: "Hola todos mis amigos hispanos." She then gave a very loud, high-pitched shout-out to Colombians, saying: "¡Vivan los Colombianos!"

The 44-year-old actress also spoke out about husband Joe Manganiello and his obsession with the American football team Pittsburgh Steelers.

"He's like a sick person," she said, telling her fans how Manganiello likes to dress up in his Steelers attire for all of the games, whether he's watching them by himself or not. Vergara admitted that she is happy that her husband is addicted to his football team and not "gambling somewhere in Vegas with strippers."

The latest interview comes just days after Vergara, who has been named by Forbes as the highest-paid TV actress of 2016, stunned in a one-shoulder silver and blush gown at the red carpet of the 68th annual Emmy Awards.

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