Sofia Vergara Reportedly Does NOT Want To Destroy Her Embryos With Ex Nick Loeb! Find Out The Intriguing Reason HERE!

Could this story get any more bizarre?!

While it’s clear that Sofia Vergara does NOT want to have kids with her ex, Nick Loeb, a source revealed that the actress allegedly doesn’t want to destroy their embryos either.

[ Watch: Sofia's Embryo Drama! Perez Explains Why The Actress' Ex-Fiance Is Suing Her On The Gossip Table! ]

Wait, what?! How will Sofia’s fiancé, Joe Manganiello, feel about this?!

According to the insider, Vergara is hesitant to get rid of the embryos because of her pro-life fan base. Basically, the Modern Family star is afraid to anger the many conservative people who support her flourishing career.


Hmm, we can understand where the actress is coming from but it’s still all a bit…strange!

Even though Sofia will reportedly not destroy the embryos, she still won’t be having any kiddos with Nick thanks to a clause in the contract that says BOTH parties have to agree to have a baby.

Very inneresting.

Regardless of the drama, we hope Vergara is able to conceive a baby with the new love of her life, Joe!

Good luck, girl!

Kindle Daily Deals 04/18/15

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Today on Amazon’s Gold Box, get 50% off on Nunn Bush dress shoes for men. In the Bonus Deal of the Day, get up to 53% off on select Claritin Air Purifiers with True HEPA Filter, while they last (via Woot).

Today’s Kindle Daily Deal is Multiple Wounds ($1.99 Kindle; $1.99 companion audiobook), by Alan Russell [Thomas & Mercer].

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Holly Troy’s mind is a complex maze of myth and reality, multiple personalities vying for time in the spotlight. As an artist, she is creative and compelling. As a witness, she is painfully unreliable, unsure of even which person she was the night of the murder. Even Holly can’t be sure of her own innocence. Homicide detective Orson Cheever never thought he would find himself playing psychologist to a Greek goddess in a modern-day murder investigation, but many of Holly’s personalities come straight from classical mythology, from Cronos and Pandora to the Fates. As Cheever attempts to unravel truth from myth, he learns that there is even more to Holly than meets the eye. One personality in particular—that of a five-year-old girl—hits a little too close to home, and Cheever is forced to finally pull back the dark curtains of his own past in order to uncover the truth in this psychological thriller.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe says bonuses for public workers to stay

Mugabe holds a booklet during his 91st birthday celebration in Victoria FallsZimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday said public workers would continue receiving annual bonuses, publicly contradicting his finance minister who said this week the government would stop the payments for the next two years. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Tuesday due to falling tax revenues it was unsustainable for his government to continue paying the bonuses, another sign that Zimbabwe's economy is struggling. So your bonuses will come to you," he said.

South Africa’s Zuma visits immigrants displaced by anti-foreigner violence

Locals harass a motorist who was driving past a hostel during the anti-immigrant violence in JohannesburgSouth Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Saturday canceled a state visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of anti-immigrant violence at home and promised peace to those who wished to remain in Africa's most advanced economy. The unrest which began in the port city Durban two weeks ago and spread to Johannesburg, Africa's economic hub, appeared to have died down on Saturday as police patrolled trouble spots. "We are certainly going to stop the violence," Zuma told hundreds of displaced African immigrants at a camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban, in a speech televised on eNCA. Thousands of foreigners have sought refuge in camps set up in Johannesburg and Durban and the governments of Zimbabwe and Malawi began bussing their nationals back home.

Notre Dame Spring Game 2015: Live Score, Top Performers for Blue-Gold Game

Are you ready for some football? 

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will hold their annual Blue-Gold game Saturday afternoon at LaBar Practice Field in South Bend. 

This contest provides an opportunity for the fans to see the improvements that were made by the squad during the offseason. It also offers the chance for younger players to make a name for themselves. Head Coach Brian Kelly and his squad hope to build upon the impressive victory it had over LSU to end the 2014 season. 

The game will begin at 12:30 p.m. ET. It can be seen on NBC Sports Network. 

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