Salma Hayek is sharing a sultry throwback photo of her posing naked in the bedroom.
The 54-year-old actress shared a snap of her taken by famed photographer Annie Leibowitz for Vogue Magazine. The pictorial was done in connection with Salma’s 2002 film “Frida” where she played the role of Frida Kahlo.
Salma looks stunning while she lays in the bed naked with a bedsheet covering her. A dog sits in the bed with her while Salma paints on a canvas. A quote from the article reads, “I was intrigued, and little by I was enchanted, to the point where I absolutely loved her art.”
Salma captioned the post, “It’s hard to believe that “Frida” was released exactly 18 years ago and I still think about her all the time. Es difícil creer que “Frida” se estrenó hace exactamente 18 años y que todavía pienso en ella todo el tiempo.
Many fans showered Salma with praise in the comment section. One wrote, “I love love love that movie… And you in it ??.”
Another said, “OMG 18 años! Me recordaste que para entonces teñí 20 años.”
“I remember when my art teacher took my class to go see this in high school. Til this day it’s still 1 of my favorite movies ? ? and its also available on #Netflix ?,” commented one super fan.
The film was a huge critical and commercial success for Salma. The role scored her an Oscar nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Earlier this week, the actress shared a video on her Instagram story which promoted a good cause.
In the clip, Salma was filmed sitting next to actress Camila Morrone. The two, who looked stunning, urged fans to vote in this election. Salma, who looks extremely youthful in the PSA for the political organization Voto Latino, wore a basic camo t-shirt with a simple white hat. The two spoke directly to the camera while explaining the importance of voting.
Voto Latino is an organization that has been around for nearly two decades.
According to the official website, Voto Latino is a “grassroots political organization focused on educating and empowering a new generation of Latinx voters, as well as creating a more robust and inclusive democracy. Through innovative digital campaigns, culturally relevant programs, and authentic voices, we shepherd the Latinx community towards the full realization of its political power.”
The organization has been around for over 15 years. They say they have been “forefront of political, cultural, digital trends for organizing and activating Latinxs. Have a look at some of the highlights of our work.”