Pamela Anderson, 54, loves to take the risk of exposing herself to unknown situations. That’s what she says, at least on the American show Good Morning America. The ’90s icon was there to talk about her latest challenges. She will play Roxy Hart in the Broadway musical “Chicago” from mid-April. Sing and dance on stage.
“It’s been a long time. Now I’m back,” says Anderson. And how she’s back. In a white dress, unmistakable long blonde hair and a fresh face. The actress was apparently stopped by a plastic surgeon in the run-up to her press tour, as speculated by various international media. Wrinkled and motionless, the former “Baywatch” star looks at the camera.
Anderson swears by crazy beauty
In a 2015 interview with People magazine, Anderson swore to Hollywood’s frenzy with her beauty. “I want to age gracefully,” she said at the time, noting that she no longer wanted to smooth out her wrinkles because “I no longer look like me.” At that time, the actress also removed her breasts and cut her long blonde hair.
Seven years later, she wanted to get back on the big stage and apparently prefers to do so without wrinkles. Anderson says it’s the right moment for a change. She’s spent the past few years raising her kids, and now that her two sons, Brandon, 25, and Dylan, 24, are older, she’s looking forward to this new stage in life.
Pamela Anderson rose to fame in the 1990s for her role as lifeguard C.J. Parker on the series Baywatch and has been on the cover of Playboy 14 times. More than any other woman. (grb)
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