Salma Hayek is paying tribute to singer Prince by giving her millions of followers a playlist of his music to start out the weekend — and included a drop-dead gorgeous photo of herself draped in purple to get the party started!
The ‘Desperado’ actress just dropped a mind-blowing photo on Instagram in memory of her friend — Prince — and asked for them to add a few songs of his to the weekend playlist. In the sexy snap, Salma has bright purple hair and is sporting Prince’s symbol like a tattoo on her forehead. It’s the hottest thing you’ve ever seen!
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Scroll Down To See The Purple HotShot! “Playlist for the weekend,” Hayek captioned the smoking hot picture.
Here You Go!
Nothing Compares 2 U
When Doves Cry
Kiss -[Party Like It’s] 1999 (don’t forget the masks and social distance!!)
She added, “I miss you, friend. Rest in peace #prince.”
Of course, she included the list in Spanish for her audience, “Música para el fin de semana,”
“Beautiful woman, awesome song ??? That is amazing that you’re friends. You are a beautiful lady stay safe,” a fan wrote after seeing the shot!
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Salma Hayek actually starred in one of Prince’s music videos, and after he passed away, she looked back at the wonderful experience working with the legend.
When asked about the experience, she responded, “It was very special. He was so, so supportive of me. He was always telling me that I should go back to directing because I had done one little thing for television. And then one day, he said, “Okay, today’s the day. You have to do this song for me.” And I said, “Oh god, I don’t know. A music video! I don’t watch them, I cannot do this.” It’s not my thing, you know? And he’s known for being a control freak. So I said, “If I’m going to do this, you have to listen to what I say. What if we’re fighting …” she told W Magazine.
She continued, “And he said, “No, we’re going to choose the thing and do the thing.” So I said, “Okay, let’s go have fun.” The girl that’s in the video is one of my best friends; my first A.D. was a friend of ours; the makeup artist was another friend. It was a bunch of friends who went to Morocco. There was no fight, it was very easy, he was really relaxed. He didn’t even realize it was work. A lovely, lovely memory.”