Salma Hayek marked a significant achievement on Instagram as her follower count surpassed 24 million.
However, amidst her celebration, she unintentionally revealed herself to the public.
To commemorate this occasion, she opted to joyfully dance while wearing only a dressing gown.
Accompanying the video of her lively dance, Hayek expressed:
"24 million followers, 24 million reasons to smile. Thank you all for joining me on this wild ride! I cannot contain my excitement & gratitude."
In fact, Hayek's team had to make some fast changes to the video by blurring certain parts of her body. It appeared that she unintentionally revealed more than intended due to her extreme excitement.
Since then, the post has received more than 830,000 likes and around 6,500 comments. A lot of the comments playfully ask Hayek to share the unedited version. Oh dear!
Earlier this year, Hayek mentioned that she had a difficult time getting comedy roles when she was younger because she was considered "too sexy." It seems like a pretty good problem to have.
During an interview with GQ UK in February, Hayek explained that she was often cast in similar roles and had a hard time demonstrating her range as an actress.
However, she credits fellow actor Adam Sandler for giving her a chance, and from there, everything changed.
She said: "My entire life I wanted to do comedy and people wouldn't give me comedies."
"I couldn't land a role until I met Adam Sandler, who put me in a comedy [2010's Grown Ups], but I was in my forties! They said, 'You're sexy, so you're not allowed to have a sense of humor."
"Not only are you not allowed to be smart, but you were not allowed to be funny in the '90s."
Hayek revealed that even with her remarkable acting abilities, which earned her an Oscar for Best Actress in 2003 for her performance in Frida, she faced difficulties in securing varied roles.
However, she's having the final laugh now.
She said: "I was sad at the time. But now here I am doing every genre, in a time in my life where they told me I would have expired - that the last 20 years I would have been out of business."
"So I'm not sad, I'm not angry; I'm laughing." Laughing and dancing and accidentally flashing people, in fact."