I don't care about getting older anymore: Salma Hayek
Salma Hayek said age is no longer a concern for her.
The actor, who was the first Latina to grace magazine's cover in 1998, said she then used to worry about turning 30.
"I shot my first magazine when I was 29, in 1998. It's very dear to me because I was the first Latina on a 'What's Hot Now' issue. What I remember most about my 20s is that I didn't want to be 30.
"In America they used to tell actresses they expired at 30. That's why I was scared. Now I don't care about getting older. When I turned 40 and then 50, I didn't mind at all. I am just so happy that this cover exists as evidence that there was once a time when I could go braless. That doesn't happen anymore," Hayek told the magazine's for its 25th anniversary issue.