Bow to the queen! pamela anderson can’t help but steal the spotlight when he goes out and that’s exactly what happened when the Baywatch icon got a little retail therapy on Friday, September 2nd. Taking over the streets of Venice, CA, the 55-year-old stunner donned an all-white ensemble and wowed it with a pair of Crocs x Balenciaga mules.
Pamela is clearly living her best life after receiving rave reviews for her Broadway debut playing Roxie in the musical. chicago. A source told him EXCLUSIVELY hollywoodlife that Pamela was “crying happy tears” at the positive feedback, especially after being so “nervous” about acting in her first acting job since 2019.
“Pamela She’s reading the reviews today and she’s super excited by how rave the reviews are for her performance,” the source began. “She has been talking to her friends and crying tears of happiness at how much this means to her. She put her heart and soul into this and while she was nervous before taking the stage during last night’s opening, she was also very excited to finally get the chance to show the world what she’s truly capable of.”
The source went on to say that the first night’s audience included his closest friends and his two sons, brandon thomas lee Y Dylan Jagger LeeWho do you share with your ex? tommy lee. All the love and support has allowed Pamela to focus on the near future. “Now that the nerves of the first night are out of the way and the reviews are incredible, Pamela he will let his creativity shine and showcase his talent more than ever,” the source added.
Just days before taking the stage, Pamela was excited by the opportunity to play the iconic role of Roxie, which gave her Renee Zellweger an Oscar nomination for the film version in 2002. “I feel like I have all these arms around me, and I feel very hugged, very supported, very grounded. It’s a new feeling!” she said the view. “When you believe in yourself, other people start to believe in you too. It’s a cliche to say it, but as soon as I decided I’m good enough, this whole thing started to happen. It’s like miracle after miracle. I have gone from Baywatch to Broadway.