Unexpected duet: Salma Hayek and Channing Tatum on the set of the third part of 'Magic Mike'

Unexpected duet: Salma Hayek and Channing Tatum on the set of the third part of 'Magic Mike'
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Unexpected duet: Salma Hayek and Channing Tatum on the set of the third part of 'Magic Mike'. The 55-year-old Oscar winner replaced Thandie Newton, who left the project after a scandal.

Irresistible Salma Hayek hit the lens of reporters during the filming of "Magic Mike: The Last Dance" in London. The actress marked a contract to experience in the project after her colleague Thandie Newton dropped out of the list of participants, having quarreled with producer and lead actor Channing Tatum due to a divergence of views on Will Smith's slap at the 2022 Oscars ceremony.

Hayek seemed in the pictures with minimal make-up, and her hair was unkempt.

However, it seems that he changed out of his onset wardrobe as he was seen wearing a large coat, comfortable sweat, and shoes.

Observers spotted Hayek walking out into the security cordon.

Tandy left the project in early April, after 11 days of filming, and her erratic behavior on the set of the tabloids is explained by the breakup with her husband, producer Ol Parker, due to an affair with a 25-year-old rapper Lorne. Tandy and Ol have been married for 24 years, and they have three children: 8-year-old Booker, 17-year-old Niko, and 21-year-old Ripley, who is only four years older than the new lover of the actress.

Salma Hayek, who replaced her colleague, appeared on the first frames of Magic Mike in a black fitted jacket with lace trim, wide trousers, and a red blouse with a bow, complementing the outfit with a spectacular hat and a black leather designer bag.

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Unlike Tandy, the House of Gucci star and the Magic Mike protagonist got along great: yesterday, the actress posted on her account a touching video from Channing Tatum's impromptu birthday party, filmed in an actor's trailer. "Happy birthday, Channing! It's a joy to have you around. Feliz cumpleaños," Hayek captioned the post.

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