Lily James wows in Pamela Anderson’s legendary red swimsuit in new series

Lily James is playing Baywatch star Pamela Anderson in an upcoming drama series Pam & Tommy and she looked a dead ringer for the star when she pulled on a red swimming costume in the trailer for the show.

The Hulu series shines a light on Pamela's relationship with Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, who is played by Sebastian Stan in the show.

In the trailer Lily, who wore prosthetic breasts for filming, put her eye-popping assets on display in the figure-hugging swimwear.

She recreated the intro to the hit 90s series about lifeguards by running down to the ocean in slow-motion as she flashed her never-ending pins.

In the trailer, Pamela, who shot to fame after playing C. J. Parker in Baywatch, and Tommy are left stunned after their sex tape is stolen.

In one scene Tommy says: “I’m on that tape just the same as you.”

She replies: "But this is worse for me."

The trailer begins with Pamela seen at a court hearing where she is asked about her relationship with Tommy Lee.

She was asked: "Did you know anything at all about Mr. Lee before you met him?"

Pamela replies: "I knew he was the drummer, from Motley Crue."

'Did you find him attractive?' she is then asked, to which she replied: "I liked his smile."

Tommy then sets up their camcorder before joining Pamela in bed – suggesting they are about to make a sex tape.

"To everlasting love!" he says before he kisses Pamela.

Rand Gauthier, played by Seth Rogen in the series, was a porn actor who stole Pamela and Tommy's sex tape in 1995 and unleashing it into into the public domain..

In the trailer Rand is seen hauling a huge safe from the house before breaking into it out in the woods.

Pamela, 54, increasing her breast size to a 34D, and then to a 34DD, in through breast implants in the early 1990s.

The series airs on Disney Plus UK through their Star label on February 2022.

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