People Call Salma Hayek ‘Hotter Than The Sun’ As She Poses In Heels And Swimsuit

Salma Hayek’s latest Instagram post has sent people into a frenzy as she posed in a swimsuit and heels to ask her followers the question: “Who likes coffee?”

The sizzling pics have caused a huge response from her twenty-six million followers on the app, with Facebook themselves even commenting: “Not a like, but a love.”

Now, Hayek is an absolute legend of cinema. Born on September 2, 1966, she gained international fame for her roles in both Mexican and Hollywood films.

Hayek’s breakthrough came in 2002 with the film Frida, in which she portrayed renowned Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, earning her an Academy Award nomination.

She has since appeared in numerous successful movies, including Desperado, From Dusk Till Dawn, Eternals and Grown Ups. One of most recent movies, Magic Mike’s Last Dance, saw Hayek get up close and personal with Channing Tatum.

“That was the one want for how we are in this story,” Tatum told ET about her casting. “I just really wanted the strongest possible [woman] and she came in [and] actually controlled the whole thing. She came and saved our movie because we had a bunch of men that were trying to tell a story about a woman.”

Aside from Hollywood, Hayek is also involved in humanitarian work and women’s rights activism. Her talent, beauty, and advocacy have made her a prominent figure in the entertainment industry and beyond.

So, it’s no surprise that when the star posts to Instagram, all hell breaks loose.

Hayek is known for posting pics of her incredible physique online, and fans have gone crazy for the star after her most recent post.

“You are a hot cup of Java lady,” Sharon Stone commented in response to Hayek’s posing with her cup of coffee.

Lauren Sanchez wrote: “I will take mine exactly like yours.”

One fan called the star “breathtaking,” while another commented: “Enough woman!! So beautiful by god.”

You can take a look at the sizzling post for yourself here.

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