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Julie Bowen: Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello 'too good looking'

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Julie Bowen thinks Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are "too good looking".

The 44-year-old actress - who stars alongside Sofia in 'Modern Family' - has commented on her co-stars' new boyfriend and joked that if the pair were to have children it would be like a "genetic explosion".

She told Entertainment Tonight Canada: "You know it almost is like a genetic explosion and there might not be enough diversity in the gene pool because they are just too good looking."

However, despite having not yet been introduced to her co-star's new squeeze, Julie admitted that what she'd seen of Joe, 37, had impressed her.

She said: "I have never met him. I saw him, certainly, and he does not hurt my eyes."

The blonde beauty also wished Sofia, 42 - who ended her engagement to businessman Nick Loeb in May - the best in her new relationship.

Julie added: "But, you know, God bless her, she's amazing and if he's nice to her I am all for it."

Sofia celebrated her birthday with the 'True Blood' hunk on Friday night (07.11.14), when she was pictured enjoying an intimate dinner party at Nobu Malibu in California.

However, the pair are said to be taking their relationship slowly as an insider recently revealed: "It's very, very new. They're having fun and getting to know each other."

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