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Salma Hayek had a tough time with one scene in particular while filming “House of Gucci”.

The 55-year-old Oscar nominee plays Pina Aurimma in the film, a friend and confidante of Lady Gaga’s Patrizia. Hayek described the character as Patritzia’s “sidekick and his psychic”.

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Recently during an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” the Hollywood icon discussed the film and shared that despite all his experience in show biz, he struggled with a scene in the film.

During filming, Hayek was set to shoot a scene with Gaga at a spa in which her characters enjoy a mud bath, she said.

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“I never took a mud bath – by the way, she couldn’t believe it, that I had never taken a mud bath – we have a little bit of dialogue before we leave,” the actress recalled. “And once you’re in, you’re naked — well, not completely, we had something below but nothing above — and the thing is, in my head, I was about to drown.” “

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Hayek recalled Gaga, 35, entering a mud bath “like the Queen of Egypt” before entering the bath herself.

“I, with my extra kilos, sit on the mud and I’m not drowning,” she said. “And I’m trying [move the mud away from] to make my big butt some weight [shift],

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However, this experience has not been easy.

“And then it starts moving me around and then the boobs are moving [back and forth]’, you know,” Hayek continued. “It’s a very dramatic scene and she’s trying to concentrate and … I’m embarrassed.”

She continued: “It was terrifying. The most challenging scene I’ve ever done.”

Hayek and Gaga starred alongside Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Adam Driver and Jeremy Irons in “House of Gucci”, which details Patrizia’s difficulties with the Gucci family, which resulted in her hiring a hitman to kill her husband. Hired, which was performed by the driver.