Salma Hayek It is well known for its activity on social networks that ranges from emotional, through posts on social networks, to other more curious content that reminds us why it is impossible not to surrender to its sympathy. Once this point is reviewed, we come to present you the video that, if it does not solve a bad day, at least it will make you smile.
And is that the Instagram of actress Salma Hayek once again it has become the perfect setting to protect an epic moment. As is well known, she is friends with -basically- the whole of Hollywood, so it is not at all strange that her latest post consists of a video celebrating the recente Oscar que Anthony Hopkins received for his performance in The Father.
This is how Salma Hayek celebrates the Oscar of Anthony Hopkins
But it is not just any celebration, because for this post that has already accumulated 400 thousand ‘likes’ two hours after its publication, british actor showed his already famous dance steps who have earned the love of the entire Internet since that TikTok challenge (with a song by Drake) with which it went viral.
This time, Anthony Hopkins danced to a calmer song in the sequence of just over 15 seconds to which it joins Salma Hayek in a warm hug with her traditional curly hair and a satin black dress. The video -which by the way, does not last long enough- concludes with the Frida’s protagonist smiling openly.
‘Celebrating with the king, @anthonyhopkins his second Oscar for his extraordinary performance in The Father #leonardcohen,’ Hayek wrote in the publication, in which there was no lack of messages of affection for both interpreters, highlighting in particular the applause emojis from Antonio Banderas, with whom Salma also maintains a close friendship.
In the Oscars 2021, Anthony Hopkins He was one of the big winners of the night by obtaining the second statuette of his career. Although his manager admitted that when his victory was announced ‘he was asleep’ from his native Wales, Hopkins later thanked him publicly, admitting that he did not expect to receive that award at 83 years old.