Was it Salma, Salma’s “boobs” or both that got the attention of 20 ER doctors…hmmm.
“I was doing a scene and this was part of my wardrobe. I accidentally hit my head really hard and couldn’t see clearly and I was all woozy,” Salma explained on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Naturally, she was rushed to the hospital in case she had a concussion.
“They took me on the stretchers and everyone was staring at me and I said, ‘Ay they recognize me. I’m so popular!’” Then she realized she was wearing the boob shirt.
While we agree that the boob t-shirt is a bit ironic since it’s Salma Hayek, we think the person wearing it had something to do with having all those doctors staring at her, we think.
On April 3, 1995, Selena Quintanilla was put to rest after being shot and killed by her fan club president, Yolanda Saldívar. Selena’s funeral was open to the public so fans could bid La Reina De Tejano a final farewell. Let’s take a moment to remember her.
Selena never built walls separating her from her fans. On the day of her funeral, it was no different.
Thousands of friends, family, and fans made their way to Corpus Christi, Texas to wish Selena a loving farewell. Mourners gathered at the church where her body was laid in rest for all of her loved ones to see and pay respect to.
La Reina de Tejano music was laid to rest on April 3, 1995.
Family, friends, and fans were devastated by the sudden and tragic death of the singer. Her career had just started to cross over into English-language music and people were falling in love with her all over again.
She was buried dressed in the iconic purple we have come to associate her with.
One of Selena’s last moments was performing at the Houston Astrodome in front of thousands of fans. The image of the singer in her purple jumper is one of the most resounding images fans have of Selena all these years later.
Many people lined up along the road of the funeral procession in respect of the beloved Tejano singer.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to get a glimpse of the hearse carrying Selena’s casket to the cemetery. Everyone was trying to get one final look at the special singer who changed the face of Latinos in music.
As in life, Selena’s funeral was open to the public so everyone touched by the singer could bid her farewell.