Sofia Vergara to Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ April 7; Tweets Excitement
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | March 14, 2012 1:07 AM EST
Sofia Vergara will be hosting "Saturday Night Live" on April 7, telling her more than 1.6 million Twitter followers that she is excited about the gig.
The ever loud and funny Vergara, who stars on "Modern Family," is not an amateur at making people laugh. Remember this Jimmy Kimmel appearance?
Eleven Latinos have hosted SNL between 1975 to 2010, according to Tr3s. They are Desi Arnaz (1976), Raquel Welch (1976), Emilio Estevez (1994), Freddie Prinze, Jr. (2000), Cameron Diaz (1998, 2002, 2005), Jennifer Lopez (2001, 2010), Salma Hayek (2002), Christina Aguilera (2004), Eva Longoria Parker (2005), Antonio Banderas (2006) and Rosario Dawson (2009).
We think Colombian-born Vergara will do great as host. How do you think Vergara will perform as a host of "SNL?" Let us know in the comment box below.
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