Salma Hayek, Mexican actress, was present in a new installment of the Golden Globes, where she stole all eyes with her presence, charisma and world recognition, but also for wear a completely red dress, standing out from the rest.
In addition, the actress was present at the ceremony to present the film “Nomadland”, which in the end would take the statuettes for Best Drama Film and Best Director, two of his four nominations.
“Very proud to have the honor of presenting“ Nomadland ”in the award for best drama, directed by the brilliant Chloé Zhao; and starring the wonderful Frances McDormand, congratulations! “, the Mexican wrote in her social networks.
The red dress with which she conquered the cameras, fans and colleagues or colleagues was from the collection of the renowned English designer’s studio Alexander McQueen.
For jewelry, she did not skimp on luxuries, as the Veracruz woman opted for Harry winston; who lent their jewelry to Kaley Cuoco, Sarah Paulson, Kristen Wiig and Awkwafina at the same award ceremony.
In the part of makeup, as well as facial treatments, the actress chose Makeup By Mario from Mario Dedivanovic; Cynthia M Franco, who also worked with Amy Poehler and The Weekend; as well as Iván Pol, the creator of the facial method “The Beauty Sandwich”, who has worked with Laura Harrier, Cara Delevingne, Brie Larson, and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.
And her hair could not miss her head stylist: Jennifer Yepez. Its most prominent clients include Gigi Hadid, Anitta, Laura Harrier, Sophie Turner, Cindy Crawford, among other.
But she was not the only Mexican present at the ceremony. Another of the most recognized actresses, very new to the film industry, was Yalitza Aparicio, invited by the chain TNT to head the preshow.
In addition, it was also Eiza Gonzalez, who was part of the cast of the film ‘I Care A Lot’, which premiered on Netflix and was nominated for these awards.
“Nomadland”Made history at the Golden Globes on Sunday when Chloe Zhao became the first female director to win the coveted Best Picture Award, placing an Oscar for this semi-fictional film about nomads roaming the Western United States.
Zhao also won the Golden Globe for best director, the second winner in this category in the 77-year history of these awards that open the Hollywood awards season, this year with a mainly virtual ceremony for the covid pandemic. 19.
“Nomadland”Stars Oscar-winning Frances McDormand alongside a group of non-professional non-actors who actually live on the road, barely surviving on menial jobs.
“I want to especially thank the nomads who shared their stories with us,” said Zhao, born in Beijing 38 years ago, accepting her award for best director.
“For all of you who have been through this difficult and beautiful journey at some point in your life, this is for you. We did not say goodbye. We say ‘see you on the road’ “, he added, thanking the Golden Globe for the best film.
This portrait of declassified Americans who travel the West of the country in vans doing temporary jobs defeated another of the night’s favorites such as “The Chicago 7 Trial”, as well as “Beautiful revenge”, “The Father” and ” Mank ”.
* With information from AP.