'Modern Family' women talk best, worst assets
January 29th, 2012
07:53 PM ET

'Modern Family' women talk best, worst assets

Julie Bowen flaunted her athletic bod on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night.

Wearing a backless purple Temperley gown, the “Modern Family” star told E!’s Giuliana Rancic she’s excited to rock a dress that accentuates her boyish frame. (Bowen recently told People she has the body of a 14-year-old boy.)

“I’m not Sofia Vergara,” she joked on the carpet, before adding, “My butt’s alright … but I think most butts look the same.”

When asked what her favorite body part is, Vergara, in her  Marchesa gown, had a similar response.

“I have a great backside,” the actress told Rancic. “Sometimes I get upset because all people talk about is this area,” she said, gesturing to her chest.

Though, Vergara, added, “I don’t want to complain because that would be so ungrateful. I don’t have that many parts I want to get better.”

Bowen, on the other hand, was happy to hide her least favorite body parts under her floor length gown.

“I’m not madly in love with my feet,” she said. “I have runners feet.”

At least her second toe isn’t longer than her big toe like Rancic’s is, she joked. (Which, according to the actress, means you’re a tiger in the sack. Is that right, Giuliana?)

Filed under: Awards Season • SAG Awards

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    That is not a athletic frame. That is a skeletal frame. She needs to eat.

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