Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello had a date night for a good cause! The A-list couple stepped out on Thursday in Hollywood to celebrate the five-year anniversary of Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita’s Tie The Knot organization, which supports LGBTQ equality around the world. The couple coordinated in black ensembles for their night on the town. Sofia, 45, looked chic wearing leather pants and a black blazer, while Joe, 40, sported a causal suit.
Sofia and Joe had date night in Hollywood Photo: Getty Images
The Modern Family actress took to her Instagram to celebrate the evening, posting pictures of her husband and friends, which she captioned: “Bravo @jessetyler@justinmikita great work!!😍 @tietheknotorg so happy to be here tonight❤️ @joemanganiello.” The pair couldn't hide their love as they posed for photos at the October 12 event. Sofia and Joe's outing marked their first red carpet together since the Vanity Fair Oscars party in February.
Sofia has been busy promoting her line of women’s underwear EBY, while the Smurfs actor has been on his own projects. Over the summer, the couple spent time in New York filming their upcoming drama Stano and had a rockin' date night in New York City attending the Guns N’ Roses concert. Last month, the actress attended the 2017 Emmy Awards with her son Manolo Gonzalez Vergara. At the time, Manolo revealed that he's always glad to be his mom's "Plan B when Joe is busy making movies."
Sofia and Joe have been married since November 2015 Photo: Getty Images
Sofia and Joe tied the knot in November of 2015. Opening up to HOLA! USA about her husband, the TV star said, "He's so funny and ever since we met, that's been really important." She added, "We even talk to each other all the time in this little voice that we made up, like a couple Of dorks. Whoever heard us, would say, 'What is their problem?'" Joe concurred that humor was the foundation for their romance. "From the first moments of our relationship, we spent just laughing our heads off together," he said. "We could talk for hours and it was very clear that we both shared the same sense of humor and core values."