5 Hottest Actresses in 40’s Who Still Rule The Hollywood

In the world of Hollywood, change is a necessary evil, no matter how good or bad one actor was in the first outing of franchises, you gotta keep moving with new people and stories. But besides the ongoing changes in the industry, actors got fat-to-fit and fit-to-fat, but for some of them age is just a number and it is totally meaningless. So today we are going to bring you five hottest actresses over the 40s who beat the beauties of 20s.

Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek Jiménez de Pinault is popularly known as Salma Hayek has a fascinating accent and a seductive personality. She is popularly for her movies like Desperado (1995) and Bandidas(2006). She is 50 and still gives a hard fight to every model and actress in the Hollywood industry.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry is one of the most ravishing actresses in the Hollywood industry. She is a fashion model, actress, and a producer, who won the Academy Award for the romantic flick Monster’s Ball (2001). She is 50 and still leads the list of hottest women in the world. Her beauty remains the same, no matter she puts on makeup or not.

 

Jennifer Aniston 

Jennifer Aniston is a multitalented and one of the highest paid actresses in the Hollywood industry, who tasted fame and popularity after she appeared as Rachel Greene in the one of the all-time favorite sitcoms, F.R.I.E.N.D.S. She is 48 and keeps her body tip-top and healthy. Her topless appearance on GQ magazine’s cover page in 2012, is just irresistible.

Lucy Liu

Lucy Liu is known for her appearance as one of the Charlie’s Angel in the movie with the same name. She is known for her playing the Ling Woo in the television series Ally McBeal (1998–2002). She is 48 years and still rules.

Jennifer Lopez

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Popularly called as JLo, Jennifer Lopez is a big name in the world of pop music industry. She was well received after her appearance as a Fly Girl dancer on In Living Color in 1991. She earned her Golden Globe nomination for her role as Selena, a biopic of the same name, in 1997.

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