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Sofia Vergara shows off her phenomenal figure in a strapless top

They’ve been inseparable since they started dating in 2014.

And as expected, Joe Manganiello was there to support his wife of two years Sofia Vergara on Thursday night at the premiere for her latest film The Female Brain.

The power couple stunned on the red carpet, with Joe in a navy blue suit and Sofia in a sparkly black top and black pants.

Vergara wore her hair loose, falling below her shoulders. Manganiello opted for a more casual look without a tie.

The comedy, written and directed by Whitney Cummings, is based on the 2006 book by Louann Brizendine of the same name.

It  looks at the complications involved in modern romance at different stages.

The film also stars James Marsden, Toby Kebbell, Beanie Feldstein, Cecily Strong, Blake Griffin and Will Sasso.

‘I feel very lucky that someone let me make a comedy about neurology, a topic that’s normally not associated with hilarity, Cummings said in a statement about the film opening on February 9.

‘I think given the current news cycle, a movie that scientifically proves that women are not ‘crazy’ or ‘psycho’ might just be kind of refreshing.’

This is the comedian’s directorial debut.

Whitney looked spectacular in an off the shoulder white dress with black high heels.

Other guests on the red carpet included Roseanne stars Sarah Chalke and Emma Kenney, The Office alum Kate Flannery, 2 Broke Girls star starlets Beth Behrs, Brec Bassinger and Sophie Reynolds, and fashion designer Rachel Roy and her daughter Ava Dash.

Kendall Jenner’s rumored love Blake Griffin, who stars in the film, is in Detroit and won’t be able to support the film tonight.

Everyone else however headed to Avenue Los Angeles after the screening for the afterparty, where Svedka cocktails were exclusively poured.

Although this is her first time directing, Whitney served as show creator and writer on the comedy series 2 Broke Girls.

Most currently, she’s on board with the Roseanne revival as an executive producer and co-showrunner.

The series will debut on the ABC network on March 27.

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