Pamela Anderson, 55, looks just like her Baywatch days as she sizzles in red hot dress
It's somehow been 34 years since the first release of the beloved series Baywatch, but its star Pamela Anderson still looks as phenomenal as ever.
The star, now 55, has hit the red carpet in a gown seemingly inspired by her iconic Baywatch swimsuit, attending a red carpet event in a tight-fitting dress.
The actress sported the number at the Los Angeles premiere of her tell-all Netflix documentary Pamela: A Love Story on Monday.
She showed off her incredible figure as she wore a red hot floor-length gown that hugged her in all the right places, showing off her toned torso and arms.
Pamela kept the rest of the look simple with matching red heels and silver earrings to keep the focus on the dress.
Her blonde hair was up in a messy updo with her fringe highlighting her dramatic eye makeup.
The actress was joined by her sons Brandon Thomas, 26, and Dylan Lee, 25. Brandon also acted as a producer on the documentary.
Wearing the red dress to the premiere of her documentary appeared to a be sweet nod to the fact she rose to fame playing lifeguard CJ Parker on 1992 the hit show Baywatch, which saw her wear her iconic red bathing suit.
Between the Netflix documentary Pamela, A Love Story and her new memoir Love, Pamela, the iconic star has revealed some big claims regarding the business, including '90s-era anecdotes about Tim Allen and Sylvester Stallone, saying the former once flashed her on set.
While Tim has denied the claim, Pamela has been defended by her the documentary's director, Ryan White.
Ryan told Variety: “Of course, I totally believe Pamela because I think she’s always honest in everything — about her own shortcomings, but also about other people’s.
"That was our conversation at the beginning of this [process]. She was, ‘I spent so much of my life protecting other people. And I’m not I’m trying not to do that as much anymore.’”
Ryan also told the Independent that he was given her diaries, her tapes, her unfiltered thoughts to create the film, as Pamela wanted it to be as truthful as possible.
He told the publication: “I know that I can be trusted.
“I know that I’m a trustworthy filmmaker and that I will deserve her trust at the end of this and still, I was like, 'Oh my God, you are giving me your entire archive going back to when you were a teenage girl.'"
Both Pamela's documentary and her long-awaited memoir Love, Pamela are set to be released on Tuesday.
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