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Sofia Vergara looked happier than ever when arriving at a parking lot in Beverly Hills on Thursday afternoon.
The 51-year-old actress smiled from ear to ear as she cut a casual figure.
The Modern Family star, who recently walked off the set of America’s Got Talent following a jibe from Howie Mandel, tucked a light gray t-shirt into a pair of slim-fitting light blue jeans that were rolled up at their bottoms.
Vergara also wore a pair of jet-black high-heeled shoes that contrasted perfectly with the light tone of her trousers. The Primetime Emmy Award-nominated performer accessorized with a chic purse and a pair of sunglasses.
This appearance comes the same day that the actress wowed fans in the first teaser for her drug lord series Griselda, where she plays the title character.
The show is from the makers of the hit series Narcos.
Vergara — who is divorcing Joe Manganiello — was nearly unrecognizable in the first teaser trailer for Netflix’s upcoming limited series, Griselda, which was released on Thursday.
While portraying the Colombian drug cartel leader Griselda Blanco, known as the Cocaine Godmother, the actress was completely transformed into Colombian businesswoman, which included sporting cuts on her face.
In the 36-second first teaser, the Modern Family alum can be seen pulling up in a car as a group of men silently stare and wait for her arrival.
‘You’ve thought a lot about me, haven’t you?’ Vergara begins. ‘I’ve heard that you liked my product. We can make a lot of money together.’
After footage pans of illegal substances being moved, a man snorting cocaine and bags of cash, someone can be heard asking: ‘Who is the one in charge?’
Vergara appears with a stern expression on her face as she stares directly into the camera as ominous music plays in the background.
According to Netflix, the bilingual crime series is inspired by the life of the savvy and ambitious of Blanco, who they describe as a ‘devoted mother’ that ‘created one of the most profitable cartels in history.’