‘Baywatch star’ Donna D’Errico, 53, rocks a dangerously low-cut look after commemorating a year of sobriety
Donna D’Errico positive is aware of the best way to make a splash.
The “Baywatch” alum had all eyes on her on Friday as she stepped out with buddies in Santa Monica, California.
The former Playboy pinup made jaws drop together with her age-defying physique. The actress rocked a dangerously low-cut white lace crop high that left little to the creativeness.
She accomplished the look with low-cut denims that hugged her curves and black knee-high boots. The 53-year-old’s sunkissed tresses have been additionally on full show.
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D’Errico is not any stranger to having all eyes on her. The ex-wife of Mötley Crüe bassist, Nikki Sixx, starred as Donna Marco within the hit ‘90s series and went on to become Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in 1995.
Back in 2020, the mannequin revealed to Extra TV how she managed to remain so youthful many years after the collection got here to an finish.
“[It’s] not completely natural like there’s little tweaks,” D’Errico defined on the time. “There’s little things. There’s health. Then there’s Botox. There’s some filler. You know, nips. There’s little tucks.”
The animal rights activist additionally advised the outlet she’s a vegan and enjoys cooking at house.
D’Errico and Sixx, 62, have been married from 1996 till 2007. They share a daughter named Frankie-Jean, 20. She additionally has a son named Rhyan, 28, from a earlier relationship.
The star stated she can be open to the thought of her daughter, a full-time school scholar, reprising her “Baywatch” position in a reboot.
However, the blonde bombshell might simply slip into her well-known crimson swimsuit once more — with a little assist.
“Over decades, I guess the elastic starts breaking down,” she chuckled. “It’s not cute.”
On Thursday, D’Errico revealed on Instagram that she’s celebrating one year of being sober.
“Today I am one year without alcohol,” she wrote. “A lot of really cool things started happening when I stopped drinking. I started making conscious decisions in every area of my life. I learned how to actually address my stressors instead of numbing them, and by doing so I realized you can’t 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 of winning.”
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