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Salma Hayek and Eminem will always have a fond memory of this year’s academy awards.
The 53-year-old actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share her story of meeting Eminem at Sunday’s Academy Awards, and while she was at the meeting, it was less than flattering, and the story has a happy ending.
“These images might look like this @Eminem and I are the best of friends, but what really happened is he walked out on stage, and I was ready to walk on to the stage, I was so shocked to see him that I spilled the water all over him,” read the caption.
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“If you look at the faces, I see the rise of, and he’s scared to death of me As I tried to wipe it off, and I impulsively hugged him and said,” Nice to meet you Eminem, I’m a HUGE fan!’, because of that I AM. However, I was disappointed that I was so in love with myself in front of him…” she wrote.
The post two more pictures of Hayek and Eminem, 47, to talk to, and hug backstage at the ceremony. A third image shows a screenshot of a price quote Eminem, he gave in Rolling Stone about whether he enjoyed watching the academy awards, saying: “Absolutely,” he said. “I could hug Salma Hayek!'”
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“And then I read this [right] is in @rollingstone,” she said, referring to the above quotation. “Eminem, you’re the best!!!!! If you want to read the full article by #Eminem, look at my link in the bio.”
During the ceremony, Eminem performed his hit song ‘Lose Yourself’ that he wasn’t there to run it in 2003, when the song won an academy award.
“Look, if you had one shot, just one more chance…”, – wrote Eminem in an Instagram post on Sunday, accompanied by a video of Barbra Streisand’s announcement of its earnings for 2003. “Thanks for having me @theacademy. I’m Sorry, it took me 18 years to get here.”
In a recent interview with Variety, the rapper, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, said he had previously turned down the chance to perform at the academy awards, as he played the song at the grammy’s just a couple of weeks.
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He added: “also, back at that time, the younger me, doesn’t really feel like a show like that, I would understand.”