It still fits!
Pamela Anderson shot to fame in the 1990s at C.J. Parker on "Baywatch," which ran from 1989 until 2001, often rocking her famous red one-piece swimsuit that helped make her one of the most iconic sex symbols in pop culture history.
In a recent interview with the New York Times documenting how the red bathing suit became a cultural touchstone, the 52-year-old revealed that not only does her legendary swimsuit still fit, but she also frequently wears it on dates.
"I jump in the shower with a bathing suit and then jump on them wherever they are in the house, soaking wet," she playfully divulged.
Another "Baywatch" star, Carmen Electra, also keeps her suit in her home, but she never puts it back on. Instead, she has it on her wall so that houseguests can admire it.
"I have my suit framed and when people come over to the house, they get really excited," she told the Times. "It just has this effect on people. It was empowering."
Anderson said that she also comes across a bunch of look-alike suits from fans, hoping that she'll sign them.
"Some people bring me bathing suits to sign autographs on and they are these big bathing suits and I say, 'Listen, my bathing suit was tiny. It just stretched and pulled onto your body,'" she laughed.
If you're looking to get a "Baywatch"-inspired swimsuit yourself, you're in luck: There are tons of copycats available for purchase on Amazon.