Salma Hayek knows how to pull off the perfect zoom meeting, smoking hot business attire on top — and wrapped in a blanket snuggling your dog on the bottom!
The ‘Desperado’ actress shared the stunning photo on Instagram where it appears she is up bright and early Monday morning for an important zoom call. But, the actress shared a picture of the whole look, which included the bottom half of her body that was wrapped in a blanket holding her pooch.
As always, Salma looks amazing and appears to be crushing the meeting.
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“ZOOMTIME!!! ? ✨,” Salma captioned the sweet photo.
As you can see, she is an image of perfection in a skintight white top with a black and white jacket — and a red and grey blanket covering her bottom half.
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The best part — it appears her doggie is helping her log into the zoom call and wants to stay on mommy’s lap for the call. “? I like this, damn! ❤❤❤ You are so beautiful and cozy here???,” a fan said. “Salma???? you are even stunning doing zoom meeting ?❤️❤️,” another added.
“I HAVE AND WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU QUEEN SALMA!!! ?” a fan posted.
Salma Hayek made huge headlines earlier this week after melting down Instagram with a heart-stopping dance montage to celebrate the anniversary of the invention of the jukebox. The music machine was created on November 23, 1899. To pay tribute, Haye shared a video montage of her dancing in classic movies. Of course, the video included Hayek in the 1997 film “The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ and ‘Fools Rush In.’
It’s the hottest thing ever…you gotta see this!
As we reported, Salma had quite the scare at the family’s winery in Napa, California after the wildfires almost engulfed the estate.
“We have a vineyard in Napa, and although most of the fires are now under control, I can’t help but feel an immense sense of gratitude for all the first responders that came to the rescue of so many people, animals, and properties,” Salma captioned photos of herself pruning grapes in on the property.
The actress included a specific thanks to the fire companies that rushed to save her winery and others in the area.