Pamela Anderson cut a chic figure as she was spotted visiting the billboard for her Broadway musical Chicago in Times Square for the first time on Sunday.
The Baywatch star, 54, looked glamorous in a 90’s vintage Pamela Dennis sleeveless black gown with a train, which showed off her incredibly toned arms.
The blonde bombshell walked with a security detail after being greeted by a crowd of fans outside the Ambassador Theater following tonight’s performance.
The Canadian-born actress paired her elegant look with black Alaïa heels, which showcased her red pedicure.
Pamela wore her platinum blonde tresses styled into voluminous curls, falling down her shoulders and back.
As for glam, the Playboy cover girl looked ravishing, wearing a smokey eye and bright red lipstick.
Anderson started her eight-week run as Roxie Hart in the musical earlier this month, with her sons Dylan Jagger Lee, 24, and Brandon Thomas Lee, 25, in the audience on opening night.
When Pamela entered the cast of Chicago, she joined a long line of celebrities to play the lead role of Roxie in the current revival.
The original production, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse, was only a moderate success in the 1970s despite being led by Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera.
However the show was revived in 1996, directed and choregraphed by Bob’s onetime mistress Ann Reinking ‘in the style of Bob Fosse,’ and became a huge smash.
The revival has become the second longest running Broadway musical of all time, surpassed only by The Phantom Of The Opera.
Celebrities galore have trouped in and out of the show, with Roxie alone played by a dizzying range of names including Brooke Shields, Ashlee Simpson, Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Christie Brinkley and Melanie Griffith.
Anderson recently announced her upcoming Netflix documentary in a handwritten note on her Instagram, which reads she is ‘not a victim, but a survivor… alive to tell the real story.’
The revelation came after sources close to the actress said she felt ‘violated’ by the recent Hulu series, Pam & Tommy, which is focused on the theft and release of Pamela’s and ex-husband Tommy Lee’s infamous sex tape in 1995.
‘The series has been very painful for Pamela Anderson and for anyone that loves her,’ a source told ET. ‘It is shocking that this series is allowed to happen without her approval.’
‘The only thing she would probably erase is this burglary. She feels so violated to this day. It brings back a very painful time for her,’ the insider added.
source: Daily Mail