Halle Berry’s n**ed.n**ed shower selfies have, unsurprisingly, caused utter chaos
Posted by  badge Boss on Mar 23
Halle Berry marked ‘hump day’ with a little ‘self love’ (Picture: Instagram/halleberry)

marked the middle of the week with two photos of herself in the shower and her fans have lost the plot.

The Oscar-winner, 56, posed in the steamed-up mirror of her enormous shower and flashed a smile.

She captioned her sizzling post: ‘Hump day self-love.’

Needless to say, Halle’s 8.2million Instagram followers quickly started filling the comment section with gobsmacked replies, with one person saying: ‘Can’t cope.’

Another added: ‘Don’t do that to us Ms. Berry,’ while someone else echoed: ‘Quit playing with us.’

Other comments included: ‘So hot’ and ‘Man oh man.’

The Oscar-winner, 56, posed in the steamed-up mirror of her enormous shower and flashed a smile (Picture: Instagram/halleberry)
She captioned her sizzling post: ‘Hump day self-love’ (Picture: Instagram/halleberry)

Halle’s self-care day comes after she penned an , 21 years after winning her own Oscar.

The pair are the only two women of colour to have won the best actress Oscar in the awards’ 95-year history.

It was a particularly momentous win for to scoop the prestigious award.

Responding to the milestone, Halle said on Twitter: ‘It was an honor to present, alongside Jessica Chastain, Michelle Yeoh her HISTORIC Oscar for Best Actress! 

Halle wowed at this year’s Oscars (Picture: Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock)
Halle penned an emotional post after presenting Michelle Yeoh with her Academy Award, 21 years after winning her own Oscar (Picture: Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

‘This was a long time coming and a moment I will forever hold dear!’ 

Michelle was able to fend off strong competition from the likes of Angela Bassett, Cate Blanchett and Ana de Armas; in Everything Everywhere, she played a Chinese immigrant who becomes swept into an adventure where she meets different versions of herself in the parallel universe to stop someone intending to harm her.

Michelle, 60, became the first Asian actress to scoop the prestigious award (Picture: Kevin Sullivan/ZUMA Press Wire/Shutterstock)

Delivering her acceptance speech, Michelle acknowledged the historic nature of her win and what it means for diversity and inclusion, stating: ‘For all the little boys and girls who look like me, this is a beacon of hope and possibilities. This is proof [to] dream big, dreams do come true. 

‘Ladies, never let anyone tell you you are past your prime. Never give up.’

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Michelle then turned her attention to her mother, saying: ‘I have to dedicate this to my mom, all the moms in the world because they are really the superheroes, and without them none of us would be here tonight.

‘She’s 84, and I’m taking this home to her. She’s watching right now in Malaysia with my family and friends. I love you guys, I’m bringing this home to you. 

‘And also to my extended family in Hong Kong, where I started my career. Thank you for letting me stand on your shoulders, giving me a leg up so I can be here today.’

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