Pamela Anderson has been the cover girl for the red high waisted swimsuit since her character immortalized the look on the set of the hit 90s hit series Baywatch.
It's been 22 years since Anderson watched a surf cotton gaze on his camera, but the blond bombshell revealed that not only can he fit into the whole red piece, but also wear it occasionally – depending from the mood – to surprise your dates.  "I jump in the shower with bathing suits and then jump on them anywhere in the house, soaking wet," Anderson, 52, told in an interview with the New York Times discussing the history of the signed red swimsuit.
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she just adapted it to her body.
"Some people wear my swimsuit to sign autographs, and these are these big swimsuits, and I say, 'Listen, my swimsuit was a little one,'" Anderson told the Times. "He just stretched and pulled to your body. "
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Along with Anderson, Carmen Electra also opened a post about how she was able to find a role in the class since 1997, adding that she rushed from the MTV "Singled Out" set and did not know that she would be involved in the audition that she would be asked to try her own "Baywatch" red swimsuit during an audition reading against David Hasselhoff.
"I was like, 'Oh, I hope they don't see this,'" Electra said in a swimsuit.
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However, while Anderson is still copying with his legendary swimwear, Baywatch, 47-year-old Electra said he just chose to show it at her home and always welcomes the conversation it provokes from visitors.
"My suit is framed and when people come into the house, they really get excited," she said. "It just affects people.
In 2017, a former Playboy playboy told Fox News that if Baywatch ever came back as a restart, she would happily dive back and take where her character's life was.
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"Absolutely" application, she said. "I would do it. I would do it with a pulse. I might go to the gym in about three weeks, but yes, I'll do it!"
As for why Baywatch swimwear styles have stood the test
"Maybe it was the people in the swimsuit who made it more exciting," she explained, before pointing to the Times that the show embodies a specific era of youth and innocence and disobedience. that the costume continues to symbolize. "And we were kind of Ka's dream IFOR. "