Nearly 30 years after making red swimsuits iconic, some of the original stars of Baywatch were reunited on Saturday. Kelly Packard, 42, Donna D'Errico, 49, Nancy Valen, 51, Erika Eleniak, 47, and Angelica Bridges, 46, looked fabulous as ever as they joined forces together for the first Baywatch SloMo Marathon in Los Angeles. Other notable stars Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff were noticeably missing from the star-studded event - but will still make a cameo in the upcoming reboot next month.
The original Baywatch stars were reunited after 30 years this weekend
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The popular TV series ran for ten years from 1989, it went on to become one of the most watched TV shows in the world. Baywatch has now been made into a movie, which will star Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra and Kelly Rohrbach. Pamela, 49, recently opened up about appearing in the film. "I'm doing a cameo at the end," she revealed on Loose Women. "They asked me to. But I like the TV show. I never wanted to do the movie. I don't like when they do these remakes of TV shows because it was bad TV for a reason. It was good bad TV, now it's going to be a spoofy movie."
Angelica Bridges also made a stunning appearance at the event
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Kelly, 27, will be stepping into Pamela's shoes to appear as CJ Parker. Speaking about getting into shape for the film, she told Daily Star: "You won't believe how many fittings it took to get the swimsuit right. It was re-tailored like 10 times to make my legs looks as long as they can and my bum look as good as possible, but I am really happy with the end result." The American model also revealed that her co-stars worked ver hard to get into shape. She said: "Everybody worked out hard to get their beach bodies - the guys and the girls. I love to eat, so I worked out really hard. I was running at least five times a week, plus I was doing a lot of weights and boxing classes."