The ‘Desperado’ actress just lit up social media after posting a thirst trap throwback photo of herself from the Golden Globes red carpet. As you can imagine, it is one of the hottest pictures you have ever seen — and she knows exactly what she is doing!
The legendary actress had minimal to say about the image, except to make the obvious globe reference in her caption. If this photo doesn’t get you pumped for Awards season, nothing will!
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“#tbt,” is all Salma captioned the beautiful photo. But, she also tagged the official account for the Golden Globes Awards.
As you can imagine, Salma’s fans immediately responded saying how perfect she looks and pointing out the other obvious. “Golden globes look great here,” one fan wrote.
Another added, “I’ll just say you’re perfect ? Good God????.”
Salma gathered a few reactions in Spanish, including this one which says, “Wow, eres súper hermosas, me encantas en serio ?❤️.” It translates too, “Wow, you are super beautiful, I really love you.”
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Salma Hayek made huge headlines after celebrating her 54th birthday when asked about her age, and remaining so stunningly beautiful.
In an interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, the ‘Frida’ star was asked about what age she would be — if she could change it for a week.
The actress responded her actual age. “I’m excited about my age,” she said, adding, “I don’t lie about my age.” The Today show host responded that it’s obvious the actress appears to be “possibly aging in reverse.”
Hilariously, Hayek did admit to ‘doing some number-crunching’ when it comes to her weight. “I’m not much of a liar, but I am Mexican so I like to embellish,” she said, adding, she “lied yesterday about my weight to my husband.”
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As for how she stays in such great shape and staying so breathtakingly beautiful, Salma opened up about some of her healthy practices, which include mediation and yoga.
Of course, it doesn’t include multiple strenuous workouts each day — the award-winning actress swears by a FIVE-minute exercise that she created.
“I invented an exercise, it’s like 5 minutes and it works my entire body,” she said, adding, “I have invented like one little routine that’s very weird and it’s kind of working. You’re sore the next day [but] when you’re doing it you don’t feel it because you use inertia to do it.”
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