Pamalea Anderson is ready to spring into action anytime her feet hit the sand!
The 52-year-old actress looked better than ever as she recreated her iconic "Baywatch" beach run and of course, it was in slow motion! Anderson stars in a new advertisement for the Australian roadside assistance company, Ultra Tune. 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.
The Funny Premise
The premise of the hilarious ad could be ripped right off the pages of the 90s lifeguard show's script. It starts out with Australian Rules Football legend Warwick Capper driving a golf cart on the sand when he spots Pam.
"Pamela Anderson?" he says in disbelief. Capper's female passenger did not appreciate his fascination with the former "Baywatch" star. After a brief scuffle, the steering wheel of the vehicle breaks off and they crash into the ocean. CUE THE SLOW MOTION! When Pam notices the accident, she takes off running with her friends in tow. The lifeguards, all wearing red one-piece swimsuits, jump on paddleboards to pull Warwick and his friend to safety. Just when Capper thinks Pam is about to give him mouth to mouth, a friendly Ultra Tune technician shows up to resuscitate him. “You’re not Pamela!” he states before saying, “Ahh, well!”Classic bait and switch!
Major Nostalgia Vibes
The new ad brought back sweet memories of watching Anderson playing her iconic character, Casey Jean "C.J." Parker. Pam starred on the show from 1992-1997, making her character one of the longest-running characters on the hit series. Of course, David Hasslehoff played head lifeguard, Mitch Buchannon before and after Anderson's stint on the show.
"C.J." Parker made a comeback in the 2017 comedic movie with the same name. Actress Kelly Rohrbach had the honor of carrying the rescue buoy as Parker alongside Dwyane "The Rock" Johnson who played Hasslehoff's character.
We miss the good old days, don't you?