Salma Hayek‘s body is the gift that keeps on giving! The 54-year-old brunette bombshell made her followers stop in their tracks when she shared a snap dripping wet in a swimsuit that’s so tight, it should be illegal. Taking to her social media on Tuesday, the “Drunk Parents” star dropped the wet and wild shot without warning just as the news about Tiger Woods‘ accident broke.
Taking a break from the chaos, Salma Hayek decided to create her own controversy while completely drenched.
Sitting her beautiful behind on the cement pavement, Salma Hayek dressed to impress in a burgundy one-piece with a plunging neckline. Showing off her massive DD cleavage in the swoop-necked swimsuit, the Mexican-born actress’ beach attire sent temperatures through the roof. Not only was the spandex extra-tight on the star. When Salma Hayek emerged dripping wet in water, the H20 caused the already drool-worthy suit to cling to her famous curves for dear life. Scroll to see Salma all wet in her one-piece!
The photo was stunning. Keep scrolling to see! Sending everyone a Tuesday treat, Salma Hayek bent her knees and brought them to her chest while giving them a massive squeeze. Showing a whole lot of skin, the “Like a Boss” actress flaunted her natural beauty with zero makeup on her gorgeous face.
Closing her eyes and getting engulfed in the water, Salma Hayek ran her fingers through her long locks with her skin shining due to the precipitation. Keep scrolling to see the drenched shot!
Dripping wet, Salma Hayek channeled her inner Lady Gaga by paying homage to the “Born This Way” singer in the photo’s caption. “I’m ready ‘rain on me,'” she wrote while tagging Gaga. Within minutes of posting, Salma Hayek’s wet and wild shot collected more than 48k likes and the numbers keep coming!
Salma Hayek has been showing off lately. Most recently, she wowed fans when she bent over braless but that definitely takes a backseat to Tuesday’s dripping wet thirst trap. Leaving her followers thirsty for more, Salma Hayek is giving us just enough to wet our whistles for now.