Salma Hayek Has Jaws Dropping in Cleavage-Baring Gown

by Antoinette Bueno 1:43 PM PST, November 23, 2015
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All eyes were definitely on Salma Hayek at Sunday night's Evening Standard Theater Awards in London.

The 49-year-old actress turned heads in a revealing white Alexander McQueen halter dress that highlighted her ample cleavage. Check out Hayek confidently posing on the red carpet, though she looks precariously close to a wardrobe malfunction.

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This, of course, isn't the first time Salma has showed off her curves. The Mexican actress posed topless for Allure in July.

But back in February, Hayek said that her famous figure actually limits the kind of roles she gets in Hollywood.

"If you think about it, I'm limited by the way I talk and by the way I look," she told Net-a-Porter's The Edit. "Also, for those who have never seen me in person, I'm quite short. I have an overly ... wavy body. I'm not like the girl next door who is easy to cast. I don't fit into any of the stereotypes of a woman that should continue to work."

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The mother of 8-year-old Valentina with husband, French billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault, also revealed that she doesn't have to do too much to maintain her weight.

"I never exercised my whole life, but now I do yoga," Hayek added. "I was always borderline chubby, because I like my food and, frankly, I like my wine. ... I'm in good shape right now."

And it definitely shows. The Grown Ups 2 actress made headlines last December, when she flashed her insane bikini bod while enjoying a day of yachting with her family and friends in St. Barts.

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ET caught up with Hayek in July, when she talked about another subject she's passionate about: racism in America.

"We have a big problem," Hayek said. "I think that this is the big elephant in the room. Because there were many years where people were saying, 'Oh, racism is over in America.' And 'America is very inclusive.' And I think in the last couple of years, more and more, we're realizing that that is a lie and that this is a very big problem that we need to deal with."

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