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Salma Hayek Stuns In Plunging Slit Dress


Apr. 6 2022, Published 5:35 p.m. ET

Salma Hayek has been thrilling her 20 million+ Instagram followers while in a jaw-dropping and plunging velvet dress. The 55-year-old Hollywood favorite was all cleavage and legs in a super-classy and red-carpet-ready look back in 2021, posting to shout out the House of Gucci movie she stars in and big-time raking in the fans.

Salma had, of course, opted to wear the Italian designer behind the movie co-starring Lady Gaga, and it was a winner look as she posed for a big announcement.

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Stuns In Plunging Dress

Scroll for the photos - they've now clocked the Mexican-born star with over 1.3 million likes. They showed her posing against a glass-paneled balcony and overlooking the night sky and NYC streets, all lit up. The Frida actress looked simply gorgeous as she wore a long-sleeved and very cut-out dress with a two-tone finish.

Up top, it was a bustier affair as Hayek went daring in a navy blue and jewel cuffed and collared dress offering a massive cleavage flash. The Latina drew attention to her tiny waist via a tight black skirt, and a swipe right showed it to be both floor-length and slit.

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Salma went for a bold red lip and her dark locks swept back and down, also holding a small black clutch. Upping the ante via high and platform heels, she wrote: "Start spreading the news! In New York for the @houseofguccimovie premiere 🍎🗽 En Nueva York para la premier de la Casa Gucci." Quick to leave a like was supermodel Gisele Bundchen.

Not long after, Hayek updated while in a low-cut baby doll dress and platforms to mark receiving her first Hollywood Walk of Fame star.

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While accepting the prestigious landmark award, Hayek encouraged her fans to shoot for what they love in life.

"If you think you aren't good at it like I did, make yourself good at it," she said. "It doesn't have to be the movies. Be your best at everything you do."

"Try to be better. Try to find the joy in what you do," she added. "Work hard. Prepare. Don't care what anybody says. But most importantly, don't listen to yourself when you bring yourself down.''

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Touching on Hispanic hate in the entertainment industry, the A-Lister noted: "If you ask yourself what gave me the courage to stay, I say it was you because although they didn't know me, here in Hollywood, the studios, all the Latins that are in the United States knew who I was."


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