Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello
The happy couple could've broke up after Sofía gave Joe an ultimatum. Reuters

Sofía Vergara and Joe Manganiello are one of the hottest couples in Hollywood. The "Modern Family" and "Magic Mike XXL" star are engaged to wed and just celebrated their one year anniversary recently. We only see the fun and dandy side of things, but it seems that Vergara gave the 38-year-old actor an ultimatum, threatening to leave him. During a press event, Manganiello revealed the news and it happened while he was on the site of his latest flick where he got injured during a stripping scene. “On take one of my finale routine, which we rehearsed and rehearsed and rehearsed and rehearsed, my dance partner did something unrehearsed, and the result was me hearing a loud rip and a pop,” the former "True Blood" actor told Fox News. “It was my bicep.”

Vergara was on set when he was filming that scene that involved "a sex swing with monkey bars on top." He added jokingly: "We got back to my trailer and, as soon as the door closed, she said, 'If I see you at the gym tomorrow, we're done!' 'I'm going to leave you! That's it!'" Sofía was just looking out for her man and didn't want him to get injured to a point where it could've been worse. Is this love or love? The couple has not wed yet, but they have been also plagued with pregnancy rumors. "Joe is younger than me. He’s 38. He’s never had kids. How am I going to say no?," Sofia told Redbook. "I tell him if we’re going to do this, we have to do it, like, now, because I don’t want to be 50 with a baby." So is this saying that they are both working really hard on procreating? Let's hope it's true and a little Sofía or Joe is on the way sooner, rather than later!

How did Sofía know that Joe was the one for her? "I finally realized that relationships don’t need to be so much work," she told the magazine. "Ever since we met, it’s been so easy. I’m very suspicious. I’m like, ‘It’s not normal that we’ve been together for nine months and we haven’t had a big fight or anything.'" She also told the magazine that she's learned a lot about men: "I think it’s very important not to try to take over on everything – even if you think you can do it easier or better. If you don’t let them do things, you create a cycle and then you complain that they never do anything."

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