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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Pamela Anderson recreates Baywatch as she runs along the beach in a skin-tight wetsuit

The actress and model turned back time as she showed off her incredible figure on Gold Coast beach while filming a commercial for Australian company Ultra Tune.

Pamela Anderson skips along by the edge of the surf, still making waves at the age of 52 – even without her trademark red cossie.

The actress, who in the 1990s played lifeguard C J Parker in Baywatch , was filming an ad for car servicing firm, Ultra Tune, on Gold Coast Beach in Brisbane, Australia.

It was 32C on that beach as she jogged along (almost) zipped into her wetsuit. In that heat, those women in her iconic red costume must have made Pammie green with envy.

The age-defying beauty turned heads as she frolicked on the beach and showed off her sensational figure in a skin-tight, unzipped wetsuit which flaunted her glowing cleavage.

 

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