Salma Hayek Talks Ariana Grande Concert Attacks

By Editor May 26, 2017 08:13

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During a Q&A session with Variety at the Cannes Film Festival, the Mexican-born actress was asked whether she had a message to give to young girls living in fear after the attack, to which she responded no.

“No, because I’m not sure what to feel today, and I’m terrified and I don’t know what to say to my daughter,” the “Frida” actress said. “And I’m not going to pretend that I’m sorted out, that I’m very smart about it, because I’m still emotionally impacted.”

Hayek, who has a 9-year-old daughter, Valentina, admits her hija probably would have attended the concert if it had taken place in London. “If it was in London, this concert, my daughter would have been in that concert. It’s her favorite singer. My daughter’s nine. She would have been there, with or without me. This is one of the reasons why I have not slept,” the 50-year-old explained.

The brunette beauty isn’t the only star to share their thoughts and prayers for Machester. Countless celebrities have taken to social media to express their horror on the terrorist attack. Bia, who is the opening act for Grande’s Dangerous Woman Tour, posted a heartfelt message on Instagram to the victims of the attack. “My heart is heavy today as I extend my prayers to the children and families affected by last night’s horrible tragedy in Manchester,” the Puerto Rican rapper wrote. “We are sending our love to all of Manchester during this incredibly difficult time. We ask each one of you to join us in keeping all who are suffering in your thoughts and prayers.”

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Watch as Hayek gets emotional talking about the Manchester terrorist attacks.

By Editor May 26, 2017 08:13

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