Baywatch is set to be the hottest film of the summer.
The upcoming movie – based on the hit television show that ran from 1989 to 1999 – will hit cinemas later this month with the lead roles taken up by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Zac Efron.
The film has many fans of the franchise wondering what happened to the original cast – and whether they have managed to maintain those drop dead gorgeous bodies that made them famous in the first place.
Well, it turns out that Donna D’Errico – famed for playing Donna Marcoon on the show – has undergone quite a transformation over the past few months. Once again under the gaze of the public, the 49-year-old has improved her body with a number of cosmetic procedures. Among the treatments that she underwent include an arm lift, liposuction to her stomach, back and arms, a bum enhancement and a tummy tuck.
Donna’s been happy to document the results – even going as far as to go under the knife in front of the cameras. Speaking of the intimate pictures that have been released online, Donna explained: “I went to see Dr. Obeng because I had excess skin on my upper arms from having gained and lost weight. ‘I also had quite a bit of excess skin on my stomach from having had two children.”
Of course, Donna isn’t the only former cast member from the original series to have gone under the knife. The long list of stars includes the likes of Pamela Anderson and Carmen Electra, both of whom had a boob job to enhance the size of their chests. Somewhat ironically, actress Charlotte McKinney – who stars as a lifeguard in the upcoming movie – is actually considering having a breast reduction because she believes her boobs are naturally too big. The 23-year-old recently revealed: “If that’s what makes you feel better, then got for it.”
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