Pamela Anderson Flaunts Figure in Skintight Wetsuit on Beach While Recreating 'Baywatch' Scenes for an Advert
Pamela Anderson drew a crowd while filming an advertisement for an Australian company in Brisbane. Those who stopped to watch were taken back in time.
Anderson, 52, gave off pure 90s "Baywatch" vibes when she took to the beach on Tuesday with her hair whipped out and floating in the sea breeze.
The actress and mother-of-two showed that she keeps her body in check as she grows older. Her assets were also on display in the video, which is found below.
The blonde model wore an all-black skintight wetsuit with the zipper open just past her bosom. Her face was made up, and her hair let loose in waves for the filming.
She walked barefooted in the white sand of the Gold Coast beach. Sporting dark aviator sunglasses, she looked just like her character C. J. Parker, a lifeguard on the series "Baywatch."
According to the Daily Mail, Anderson was shooting a commercial for Ultra Tune, an Australian roadside services company. At one point, she recreated the famous scenes of running across the beach.
The former Playboy Magazine model may pick up some prospects after the smoking hot ad following her breakup with boyfriend Adil Rami back in June. The two ended on bad terms, and Anderson aired their dirty laundry online.
In an Instagram post, the actress said that the two years she was with Rami were a big lie. She claimed he lived a double life and accused him of playing with her and another woman's heart.
Anderson went on to call the 33-year-old football player a "monster" as well as a liar. She attached a black and white photo of her and Rami in the post.
Two months later, the actress put aside her personal life for a while and spoke to the New York Times about "Baywatch" and the famous red swimsuit.
The star admitted that now and then, she still puts on the piece, even sometimes going on dates with it. "I jump in the shower with a bathing suit and then jump on them wherever they are in the house, soaking wet," she said.
Although she didn't wear the still-popular red swimsuit for the ad, the black wet suit had the same effect. Anderson has that swoon effect on all the men.