Salma Hayek, 53, dances in a tiny black bikini in throwback clip

Salma Hayek has thrilled fans on Instagram by posting a clip from a 15-year-old movie in which she dances in a bikini top.

The post, with a tongue-in-cheek caption, "Once upon a time... when I was skinny," caused hundreds of fans to comment that the actress looks "amazing then and now!"

Salma, 53, shared a clip from 2004’s After the Sunset, in which she dances with co-star Pierce Brosnan, wearing only a black bikini top and miniskirt that show off her abs.

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Despite the caption, written in both English and Spanish, Salma’s 12 million followers chimed in to offer their support, and to add that the actress is drop-dead gorgeous at literally any weight. 

"You looked amazing then and now!!" one fan commented.

"Even then you were gorgeous [now] you’re a full woman who is voluptuous," another shared.

"You look better with your curves!" one person wrote.

“Once upon a time? What are you talking about! You’re just as beautiful now as you were when I first saw you in Desperado!” another long-time fan shared. 

Even Pierce Brosnan showed up in the comments, writing, "Yer still a slip of lass." You can practically hear his Irish accent.

The 2004 movie certainly wasn't the last time Salma showed off her figure. Last month, the Oscar-nominated actress caused over 700,000 people to double tap her bikini photo where she appeared makeup-free. 

To celebrate her 53rd birthday, the star shared a sultry bikini snap, proving she wasn't bothered by turning another year older. 

“Yes, tomorrow I turn 53. So!?” she wrote.

Words by Hope Schreiber

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