Carmen Electra’s latest Instagram post is too hot to be contained, and the actress and model is literally playing with fire while flaunting her scorching hot curves. The former “Baywatch” star took to social media on Friday evening and was fielding questions about what she should dress up as for Halloween. Although Electra was asking fans what she should be, it seems she may already have made up her mind with some interesting fiery camera tricks and sexy dance moves.
48-year-old Electra surprised her over 1 million fans with a provocative video to kick off the weekend. While hanging out in the backyard, the OG “Pussycat Dolls” star shot a video of herself appearing to rise like a phoenix out of her firepit.
“Was already getting into #haloween vibes ? WHAT SHOULD I DRESS UP AS THIS YEAR???” Electra asked her followers.
“You make anything look GOOD!!” one fan responded.
“Like a sexy Phoenix rising to conquer the world. YOU ARE INCREDIBLE CARMEN,” another fan wrote.
While many of the comments on Carmen Electra’s feed had to do with her amazing fire video, there were some suggestions for Halloween.
The costumes fans wanted included a vampire, a nun, Black Widow, and a “Baywatch” lifeguard.
Maybe the best suggestion that she probably wouldn’t do — one fan thought she would make a great Dennis Rodman!
Carmen Electra has been getting into the Halloween spirit, as she recently shared another photo of herself dressed up as a mystical fictional character, Eda the Owl Lady.
One fan sparked Carmen Electra’s attention when they suggested she dip into the archives for a Halloween outfit.
“Do vintage Carmen… How about the ”Everybody Get On Up” outfit reshoot,” a fan suggested about her iconic music video from 1993.
The star saw the suggestion and actually responded, “I still have that outfit in my Archives.”
“Everybody Get On Up” was from Electra’s self-titled album that was released in 1993 and produced with the help of Prince, who had taken Electra on as a protégée at the time.
“It looked like you were in heaven and a magical unicorn was going to come running around the corner. Everything in Paisley Park was pastel and light and fluffy and dreamy. You just felt like you were in another world–a world that Prince created,” Electra said.
She added, “As an artist and as a person he was so extraordinarily generous… I’ll always be grateful that he believed in me and took a chance on me.”