Salma Hayek’s hottest on-screen moments

Salma Hayek, who plays international con artist Sonia Kincaid in the action movie Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, proves she’s still got it at 55 by stripping down to her bra. Although she is in terrific shape, we can look back at some of the actress’s earlier hot moments.

The following are the eight hottest scenes from Salma’s films:

1. After the Sunset


Salma’s beauty was the only thing that stood out in this forgettable thriller from 2004. In the narrative of a great jewel thief’s final big score, the brunette featured alongside Pierce Brosnan. The film may not have been fantastic, but the exotic setting provided lots of opportunities for bikini scenes.

2. Ugly Betty


Hayek formed Ventanarosa Productions in 1999 and produced and acted in six episodes of the television show “Ugly Betty.” When she stripped off in this naughty elevator scene, the voluptuous diva gave spectators a good look.

3. Once Upon a Time in Mexico


Salma, whose name in Arabic means “peace,” demonstrated her ferocious side in Robert Rodriguez’ violent action drama. Carolina, her sad character, sees a lot of action, including this gorgeous knife-throwing maneuver.

4. Wild Wild West


The only reason to watch this terrible film is to see Salma Hayek in that brown dress. Will Smith, who turned down the lead role in The Matrix to participate in this shady western, must have really wanted to work with her.

5. Dogma


Salma’s second stint as a stripper yielded some shocking scenes of the actress in her pink underwear. With her filthy pole performance, the beauty steals the show by herself.

6. From Dusk Till Dawn


Salma’s dance in this action horror film was choreographed by herself. Director Robert Rodriguez sensed she was a natural and instructed her to dance to the music. He wasn’t mistaken.

7. Desperado


Salma’s character Carolina, who co-stars with Antonio Banderas in this sequel to the award-winning El Mariachi, is known for her eye-catching costume.

8. Bandidas


Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz feature in Bandidas, a 2006 Western action comedy film. It is, without a doubt, one of the most well-known films in the western genre.