È stata un’epica reunion tra Pritchett e Dunphy il 20 agosto quando Sarah Hyland ha finalmente sposato Wells Adams. L’ex star di “Modern Family” ha avuto molti dei suoi ex co-protagonisti al suo fianco per celebrare il suo grande giorno con l’allume di “The Bachelorette”, mentre molti scatti condivisi del loro tempo insieme su Instagram. Il marito dell’attore Mitchell Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, ha pubblicato una foto adorabile di lui e suo marito mentre riceveva un grande abbraccio dalla star di Luke Nolan Gould mentre posava al fianco di Ariel Winter, che interpretava Alex. Era presente anche l’attrice di Clair Julie Bowen, che ha condiviso uno scatto su Instagram di se stessa con Tyler Ferguson, Gould e la produttrice Rachael Field.
Joe Manganiello skipped Sarah Hyland's wedding to work
Don't go thinking there's trouble in paradise for Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello, as he had a very good reason for skipping out on Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams' wedding; Work! A source dished on his absence to Us Weekly, claiming Manganiello's work schedule was just too busy for him to be able to attend.
We're guessing the star would have been by his love's side if he could, as the two have proven they're still very much in love after tying the knot themselves in 2015. Manganiello gushed about his wife on Instagram on July 10 with a series of sweet photos for her birthday. The actor shared several super cute photos, including some of the two laughing and dancing together over the years, writing in the caption, "¡Feliz Cumpleaños mi amor! I love you so much." Vergara herself also proved just how happy she and her man still are on her own Instagram around a month later on August 11, sharing a throwback video of herself filming Manganiello while trying to trick him into thinking she was taking a photo. The star wasn't fooling her man, though, and he jokingly refused to pose while also calling her bluff about if she'd actually post the video to social media. "#tbt no trust," she jokingly wrote in the caption.
Never change, guys. Never change.