Salma Hayek shares clip of her getting repeated COVID-19 tests

Salma Hayek shares a montage of her looking uncomfortable while getting repeated COVID-19 tests: ‘I’ve had it’

Salma Hayek is hopeful for the new coronavirus vaccine.

The 54-year-old actress, seemingly sick of getting repeated COVID-19 tests, took to Instagram and shared a montage of her nose being swabbed on multiple occasions. 

Clearly not a fan of the procedure, the Frida star can be seen wincing as the swab is pushed far up into her nasal cavity, again and again.

Had enough: Salma Hayek shared a clip to Instagram showing her getting a COVID-19 test over and over

It’s not uncommon for actors to be tested before each day they are due on set to film, which appears to be the case with Salma.

The Mexican born beauty captioned the clip: ‘I’ve had it. Ya estoy harta. J’en ai marre. #coronavaccine #corona’. 

Her post came after big news on Monday that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had proven to be 90 percent effective in trials and 100 million doses will soon be available for Americans.

Meanwhile, Salma recently revealed that she feels ‘invigorated’ by the way directors are approaching her in her 50s.

The movie star started her career trying to get the attention of filmmakers and convince them to cast her in their movies, but after 32 years in the industry, she is delighted they are finally approaching her for roles.

Part of the job: The 54-year-old actress, seemingly sick of getting repeated COVID-19 tests, shared a montage of her nose being swabbed on multiple occasions

Part of the job: The 54-year-old actress, seemingly sick of getting repeated COVID-19 tests, shared a montage of her nose being swabbed on multiple occasions

Eek: It's not uncommon for actors to be tested before each day they are due on set to film, which appears to be the case with Salma

Eek: It’s not uncommon for actors to be tested before each day they are due on set to film, which appears to be the case with Salma 

She told OK! magazine: ‘It really invigorated me that they are finding me. I always found them. But they didn’t want me. And that now they’re coming to me, that’s what’s been really invigorating at 53.

‘It’s difficult to make sense of it, you know? But that’s what’s been really strange. And you know what? Strange things happen to strange people.’

Salma rose to fame in the Mexican telenovela Teresa before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a big screen career.

However, when the Hollywood actress first started out in 1988 she had no idea how things would end up.

No more: The Mexican born beauty captioned the clip: 'I've had it. Ya estoy harta. J'en ai marre. #coronavaccine #corona'

No more: The Mexican born beauty captioned the clip: ‘I’ve had it. Ya estoy harta. J’en ai marre. #coronavaccine #corona’

She believes any struggles over the years have given her the possibility to choose the right path, having dubbed her life ‘completely unimaginable’.

She explained: ‘The things that have happened in my life are completely unimaginable. Even in my greatest ideas of my most extraordinary destiny, I never imagined how I feel right now.

‘At some point in your life you just settle for doing the right thing and the best you can, instead of think about what you want and what you can didn’t get get or what you’re not getting or how someone’s getting it and you’re not getting it.

‘It gives you the possibility to take roads that you never wanted to take, and you have the adventurous spirit to go and discover instead of planning so much. You may end up on roads that are much better than in your imagination.’

Timeless beauty: Salma recently revealed that she feels 'invigorated' by the way directors are approaching her in her 50s

Timeless beauty: Salma recently revealed that she feels ‘invigorated’ by the way directors are approaching her in her 50s

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