Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara
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Sofia Vergara's medical aid for drunk wedding guests

SOFIA Vergara had a medical area at her wedding where guests could rehydrate after drinking too much.

The 'Modern Family' actress tied the knot with Joe Manganiello in Palm Beach, Florida, last November and ensured revellers could keep partying by ensuring there was an "IV station" set up to give people a pick-me-up from the alcohol.

Wedding guest and 'Modern Family' co-star Julie Bowen said: "It was crazy. You had to hydrate.

"They had a little ambulance truck, an IV station where you could go get IV hydration."

Shocked talk show host Ellen DeGeneres replied: "Like, literally a needle goes into your arm and they give you hydration? That's how much people were drinking?"

Julie confirmed: "Yes, I thought somebody had had a heart attack or there was an event, 'cause there was this first aid truck set up outside of the pool area where all the bungalows are. And there are people, sipping espresso, getting IV re-hydration.

"There is nothing, apparently, nothing you can do in three days that can't be undone by some IV re-hydration."

The 45-year-old actress admitted any "event" thrown by Sofia is always "insanity" because she parties so hard.

She added: "If you've ever been to a Sofia event, it's three days.

"It's like a slow-moving trolley: You jump on, you drink and you dance and then you jump off. You can't stay on the trolley for three days.

"It's a party train. It's insanity. And it's really fun." 



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