Sarah Hyland & Ariel Winter Stun In Black Dresses For The Modern Family Wrap Party
After 11 seasons and 250 episodes, the cast and crew of the ABC sitcom Modern Family wrapped filming last Friday. And, everyone got together for a huge wrap party on Sunday night at the Sunset Room Hollywood in Los Angeles.
Sexy black dresses were a big part of the evening, as stars Sarah Hyland (Hayley Dunphy) and Ariel Winter (Alex Dunphy) posed for pics together in their barely-there dresses. While Hyland’s look had hints of Audrey Hepburn with a form-fitting dress that had spaghetti straps, Winter kicked things up a notch with a sheer black dress that featured a black bra and briefs underneath.
“I love these people with all my heart. 11 years together is proof you and your tv sister will start wearing the same outfit, siblings for life will be made, and you’ll forever fight over the same professor 😂,” wrote Hyland on Instagram in the caption of a series of photos with Winter and their on-screen brother, Nolan Gould (Luke Dunphy). “We’ll always be Dunphys and we’ll always have each other ❤️.”
Hyland’s fiance Wells Adams also posted pics from the party, and in his caption he wrote that the Modern Family wrap party had “great lighting and smoking hot cast members.” Adams also wrote how proud he was of Hyland and the wonderful work the cast and crew put in over the last 11 years.
Sofia Vergara (Gloria Delgado-Pritchett) also stunned in a form-fitting black dress, and she posted pics from the wrap party with her husband, Joe Manganiello.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell Pritchett) and his on-screen daughter Aubrey Anderson-Emmons posted pics of the entrance to the party, which was a walk-through closet from the family’s business Pritchett Closets & Blinds that was filled with clothing from all of the Modern Family cast members. In her caption, Anderson-Emmons wrote that after a fantastic party, now it's a wrap.
Ferguson also showed the mural of Mitch and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) from Lilly’s bedroom, which was featured behind the DJ booth. And, Anderson-Emmons sat on the infamous park bench with Phil Dunphy's real estate ad that reads "Not a real man" when someone sits in just the right spot.
After its premiere in 2009, Modern Family won five Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series. New episodes air on Wednesday nights on ABC, and the series finale will air on April 8th.