Pamela Anderson’s Baywatch Swimsuit to Make a Splash
Anyone who has watched Baywatch would definitely associate the TV drama series to Pamela Anderson and her inviting red one-piece suit. This swimwear took her to stardom and 20 years later at 45, the mother of two looks stunning in the skimpy beachwear.
During the filming of a commercial, Pamela Anderson once again managed to recreate the magic in the one-piece bathing suit in Rio de Janeiro.
Now, due to the popularity of the bathing suit and the iconic stature it has attained, the Hollywood Museum has decided to display the swimwear at their Best of Television Memories exhibit.
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The exhibition will be on from Nov. 7 to Dec. 12 and will feature other memorable icons such as Morticia’s tea set from the Adam’s Family and socialite Paris Hilton’s dresses from The Simple Life among others.
“So many memorable icons like Jeannie’s bottle or Ricky Ricardo’s bongo drums bring back nostalgia of the television shows and the legendary stars that we have all known and loved throughout the years,” Donelle Dadigan, President of The Hollywood Museum, said in a statement. “We are preserving these memories for fans of all ages to enjoy.”
The exhibition is expected to have the largest selection of props and costumes from more than 40 television shows that have hooked Americans to their television screens for the past 60 years.
Other highlights of the exhibition include the original For Red Heads Only makeup room where Max Factor gave Lucille Ball her red hair in I Love Lucy, the original genie lamp used in I Dream of Jeannie and costumes from The Sopranos, The Carol Burnett Show, Mama’s Family, V.I.P., The Sonny & Cher Show, Dynasty, Magnum, P.I., Battlestar Galactica, Everybody Loves Raymond, and much more.
Apart from the Best of Television Memories exhibition, the Hollywood Museum also features more than 10,000 authentic showbiz treasures from iconic movies and television shows.
The museum also features costumes worn by Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Jean Harlow, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.