The actress/model starred as Donna Marco in the hit 90s series and became Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in 1995.
Donna D’Erico definitely knows how to make a splash.
The “Baywatch” alum had all eyes on her while out with friends in Santa Monica, California on Friday.
The former Playboy pinup got jaw-dropping from his age-defying physique. The actress rocked a dangerously low-cut white lace crop top that left little to the imagination.
She completed the look with low-cut jeans that accentuated her curves and black knee-high boots. Sunkissed tresses, 53, were also on full display.
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D’Erico is no stranger to having all eyes on him. The ex-wife of Motley Fool Crew bassist, Nikki Sixx, starred as Donna Marco in the hit ’90s series and became Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in 1995.
Back in 2020, the model revealed extra tv How she managed to stay so young decades after the series ended.
“[It’s] It’s not completely natural like there are small changes,” D’Erico explained at the time. “There are small things. is health. Then there’s Botox. There is some filler. You know, nips. There’s a little tuck.”
The animal rights activist also told the outlet that she is a vegetarian and loves to cook at home.
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D’Erico and Sixx, 62, were married from 1996 to 2007. They have a 20-year-old daughter named Frankie-Jean. They also have a son named Ryan, 28, from a previous relationship.
The star said she would be open to the idea of her daughter, who is a full-time college student, reprising her “Baywatch” role in a reboot.
However, with a little help the blonde bombshell could easily slip into her famous red swimsuit.
“For decades, I think the elastic tends to break down,” she quipped. “It’s not cute.”
On Thursday, D’Erico revealed on instagram That she is celebrating a year of being sober.
“Today I am a year without alcohol,” she wrote. “A lot of good things started happening when I stopped drinking. I started making conscious decisions in every area of my life. I learned how to really address my stressors rather than numb them, and so on.” I realized that you cannot selectively numb. If you numb the bad, you also numb the good.”
“Life is good because I decided to make it that way,” she shared. “I’m proud of myself. Today’s forecast: 100% chance to win.”