Carmen Electra made sure there was an upside to the coronavirus pandemic this week – the model and “Baywatch” alum didn’t mention COVID-19 by name in her Instagram update, but she did allude to the doom and gloom that’s currently seeing millions across the globe either infected, self-isolating, social distancing, or simply bored at home.
Carmen’s bikini snap landed on her account on Monday night. While the upbeat and super-sexy image was a throwback, the 47-year-old’s fans didn’t seem to care.
Carmen’s photo showed her popping against an idyllic and almost fairytale-like setting of green grass, yellow flowers, and a wooden picnic table offsetting blue skies. The star was taking up the foreground, flaunting her jaw-dropping body in a fun, super-tiny, and white halterneck bikini with multi-color spot patterns – while the cleavage show was full-on, Carmen appearing to tug down the briefs upped the ante even more.
Carmen’s knee-hight white boots and yellow heart necklace added more cheer – indeed, her caption of “Wishing for a sunny day” seemed out to hope that hard times may soon be over.
Carmen’s post garnered an impressive amount of likes for an account with just 1 million followers – over 14,000 were left by the time the sun rose on Tuesday morning.
As to the feedback, this girl’s fans were sold.
“Babe you can make a rainy day turn it into the most beautiful day ever ?❤️,” one user wrote.
“You look great here Carmen. We your fans are so lucky you are friendly and kind to us ❤️??,” another said.
Mentions of the virus were, however, made: “Cant wait till this hell is over!!!” one fan wrote.
Carmen’s social media has been following the coronavirus. The blonde took to Instagram yesterday with a painting of a hazmat mask splattered with the Louis Vuitton logo – timely, given that the luxury French brand’s owner recently announced he’d be producing hand sanitizer.
“Why did I put this mask in storage ????? Time to dig it out I guess ?♀️??,” Carmen had humorously written.
The humor may be there with Electra, but more serious mentions of the virus have been made by her.
If you’ve hit up a grocery store in a populated area, you’ll likely be familiar with the empty shelves customers are facing. Carmen’s recent Instagram post showing her made-up face came with a mention of this.
“#bts for Runway mag ! Loved the support @ash_kholm @johnnystuntz & @scotttayyyyy gave ! It was the day we heard about people starting to panic in grocery stores and other places . For me the unknown felt weird – rumors of everything shutting down . All my other work has been rescheduled for a later date but I want to thank everyone for making this great day happen under these conditions ! Stay safe #cover #runway #magazine coming soon ❤️,” she wrote.