Sometimes art imitates life… or at least it does in Pamela Anderson‘s case.
The former “Baywatch” star shared a very cool/artsy video of herself wearing a wedding dress, literally running down an alley on Wednesday. Call us crazy but how could you not think about her being a runaway bride after her last marriage to Jon Peters only lasted 12 days.
As we previously mentioned, Pam was legit running away in a stunning white dress with lots of trim and had her veil pulled back over her styled blonde locks. The entire video is only a few seconds long and was set to Chopan‘s classical, “Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 in E flat major.” It was too good not to mention considering how her last marriage went.
As you can imagine, they didn’t part ways on the best of terms. Peters claimed that Pam only married him so he would pay off her debt and Pam hinted that she felt betrayed by him.
He called himself an “old fool” after the situation with Pam, so we hope he knows what he’s doing this time.
The beauty of Pam is that she can quickly transform from a bride with cold feet to a cold-hearted biker girl in a matter of moments. The star recently showed off her dangerous ride as she shared a behind the scenes video from a photo shoot. She really got our engines revved up as she posed with a sweet Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Anderson wore knee-high, black leather boots and a skimpy, cupped dress while having fun on the sultry shoot.
The actress has an incredible self-awareness and is always down for a good joke, so she teamed up with the Australian roadside assistance company, Ultra Tune for a funny advertisement. She recreated her iconic “Baywatch” beach run and of course, it was in slow motion! The blonde bombshell donned a black wetsuit with a plunging neckline as she took off running with several busty lifeguards. The ad was shot back in November of 2019 along Australia’s Gold Coast for the car company’s “Unexpected Situations” 2020 campaign.
And you thought we couldn't go any bigger than our last TV commercial?!?
— Ultra Tune (@UltraTuneAust) January 17, 2020