Salma Hayek's Lacy, Iridescent Blue Gown Gave Vampy Cinderella

It's not a phase.

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Salma Hayek’s red carpet attire may usually consist of bright colors, plunging necklines, and sequins galore, but the actress just decided to take a slight departure from her typical formalwear M.O. by trying vampy dressing on for size at the Time100 Gala.

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On Wednesday evening, the Magic Mike’s Last Dance actress arrived at New York City’s Lincoln Center in a stunning iridescent blue Gucci gown reminiscent of Cinderella’s famous frock — but the color is where the similarities stopped. While the Disney princess’s look was all about volume and glamor, Hayek took a much sexier approach, upping the dress’s edginess with an intricate black lace overlay, sleek column-style silhouette, and a dramatic sheer train. Diamond drop earrings and a matching silver clutch accessorized Salma’s goth-glam gown, and she finished the ensemble with a sleek blowout and a blue-gray smoky eye.

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Although Hayek walked the star-studded carpet with no mention of her Magic Mike co-star, Channing Tatum, her outing came just a day after she celebrated the actor’s birthday with an iconic behind-the-scenes photo from their time together on set.

In the snap, the pair flexed their muscles in incredibly contrasting outfits: Salma’s being a plain green tank top, khaki jeans, and black sandals, and Channing’s consisting of a pair of black underwear and…nothing else.

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Instagram/Salma Hayek

“Those of us who didn't work out daily, kept their clothes on. Feliz cumpleaños @channingtatum #magicmike,” Hayek jokingly captioned the photo.

Of course, the pair’s pals wasted no time trolling Tatum in the comments, with Hayek’s Eternals co-star, Kumail Nanjiani, writing, “He's holding his breath so hard he's gonna pass out and hit his head.”

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