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Sofia Vergara feels she can't be too "picky" about who she dates


"It's already hard for a 50-something-year-old woman to find someone. I'm not going to be now picky"

Actress Sofia Vergara, in 2013.
Actress Sofia Vergara, in 2013.Wikimedia Commons

The 51-year-old actress announced her split from Joe Manganiello last year, but she remains open to the idea of dating another celebrity.

Sofia told PEOPLE: "I mean, it's already hard for a 50-something-year-old woman to find someone. I'm not going to be now picky about, 'Oh, he can only be a doctor. Oh, he can only be an astronaut.' No, I mean, I'm not that picky."

Sofia has learned that love can be a "tricky" thing.

The Hollywood star -who married Joe in 2015- explained: "You never know what the future is going to bring.

"You need to always give the best that you can, be the best person to the other person. Be there for them when they need you, when they're going through the hardest time. Hopefully that will one day come back to you."

Sofia has a 32-year-old son called Manolo with her first husband, Joe Gonzalez.

And the actress revealed that she's actually looking forward to becoming a grandmother one day.

She added: "I already kind of like what he does with me. Manolo has a dog, and on the weekends he just drops the dog at my house. And I used to drop him at my mom's house during the weekend so that I could at least go out every once in a while."

Sofia -who was born in Colombia but emigrated to the US in the late 90s- feels she's gained a lot of "knowledge" because of everything she's been through in her life.

Asked what she appreciates about being in her 50s, Sofia shared: "It's all the knowledge. That's all. I've never really cared that much about what people think. But now I really care less."

Travis Kelce no longer receives mail at his home address after being overwhelmed with fan letters.

The 34-year-old sports star - who started dating Taylor Swift in 2023 - has revealed that he no longer receives mail at his home, because it simply became too difficult to manage.

Travis -who won the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this year- said on his 'New Heights' podcast: "The one thing you don't realise, that when somebody posts your house online, that everybody now has your address and people just send stuff to your house. So I literally stopped getting mail to my house.

"I had to stop. I had to literally tell the post office and everybody to, like, stop bringing stuff to my house."

Travis subsequently warned fans not to send anything to his home address.

The sports said: "Anything sent to my house, send right back to the sender."

Travis' romance with Taylor, 34, has helped to raise the profile of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Patrick Mahomes, Travis' teammate, recently claimed that Taylor has helped to make the Chiefs a "worldwide team".

Speaking to Time magazine, he explained: "[The Chiefs] went from a nationwide team that was kind of global to a full global worldwide team. That came from Taylor's fanbase."

Despite her fame and success, Patrick has been wowed by Taylor's down-to-earth attitude and her work ethic.

He said: "I've met a lot of famous people now in my life. Taylor's probably the most down-to-earth person that's been on that stage for that long.

"She's never not working. Even when she's taking her downtime, she's working on something. Shooting a music video or singing a song or writing a song. You can see it by how she talks."