Lily James regarded unrecognizable whereas in costume to play Pamela Anderson within the forthcoming miniseries “Pam & Tommy.”
In new pictures, the British actress reworked into the “Baywatch” babe with blond hair, pencil-thin eyebrows and a pink satin gown. The “Downton Abbey” alum additionally wore a face masks in accordance with COVID-19 security rules.
James, 32, is set to play the Playboy bombshell reverse Sebastian Stan, who nabbed the position of rocker Tommy Lee within the Hulu drama.
Anderson, 53, and Lee, 58, married in 1996 after understanding one another for under 96 hours and divorced in 1998. They went on to have two sons, Brandon and Dylan.
The Hulu miniseries will comply with the couple’s whirlwind relationship, in addition to their notorious intercourse tape scandal and subsequent authorized battle with Web Leisure Group.
Since divorcing Lee, Anderson has tied the knot 4 extra instances — most just lately with bodyguard Dan Hayhurst on Christmas Eve. The couple wed at her house on Vancouver Island.
“I used to be married on the property I purchased from my grandparents 25 years in the past, that is the place my mother and father have been married and they’re nonetheless collectively,” she informed the Every day Mail. “I really feel like I’ve come full circle.”
Anderson opted for an unconventional search for her wedding ceremony day, pairing a classic satin slip from the 1940s with a silk child blue ribbon corset from Lace Embrace and an identical pastel tulle skirt by Joanna Delaney Bridal.
She accessorized her bridal apparel with an extended polka-dotted Valentino veil impressed by Princess Diana, together with knee-high inexperienced Hunter rain boots. Anderson didn’t put on any jewellery, and needed “no diamonds” on her wedding ceremony ring.
James, in the meantime, has remained out of the highlight for the reason that fall when information broke of her alleged relationship with married actor Dominic West. James lastly addressed the scandal in a brand new interview revealed this week by saying, “There’s a lot to say, however not now, I’m afraid.”