"I haven't done an-y-thing," she said. "I don't know how to explain it." When the reporter asked if she possibly drinks a lot of water, Hayek replied, "Sometimes I drink a lot, some days I don't."
Must be nice!
Elsewhere in the interview, Hayek opened up about her 2017 comments about working with Harvey Weinstein. Speaking with the The New York Times she detailed the many issues she allegedly experienced while filming the 2002 biopic, "Frida," calling him a "monster." He denied her allegations.
"There is a theory that woman of color are easier to discredit," she told the publication," she told T&C, also referring to the denial Weinstein issued after Lupita Nynog'o shared her story of sexual misconduct as well.
Hayek said that Hollywood has "cleaned itself up" lately, because the major players are "scared shitless." She added, "They are terrified to say the wrong thing now, but you can still notice it."
The "Dogma" star, 52 is married François-Henri Pinault -- the billionaire CEO of Kering -- and the couple share daughter Valentina, 11. Hayek is also stepmother to Pinault's children Augustin, Mathile and François.
"A lot of people are very shocked that I married who I married," she said. "And some people are even intimidated now by me. But it's another way of showing racism. They can't believe this Mexican ended up in the life that she has, and they're uncomfortable around me.”
"[Pinault] is the best husband in the world," she later added. "I get to be who I am with him, and I don't feel that somebody tries to limit me. I'm not going to tell you [how we met]. It's such a romantic, amazing story, but it is mine. I don't want to vulgarize it by making it into a story to make myself interesting."