With joy mixed with horror, Pamela Anderson (54) enters her new role.
Earlier this month, news came that the “Baywatch” legend will play the main role as Roxy Hart in the classic “Chicago.” – In the world’s most famous music scene, the Broadway theater in New York.
– She said in the ad that the dream has come true.
When the premiere date is now approaching, the starting shot is April 12, the 54-year-old has Little mixed feelings.
I’m excited and terrified at the same time, says Anderson “Entertainment tonight”.
In fact, American-Canadian Anderson was said to have received an offer from Broadway already ten years ago, but then declined.
Children Dylan, 24, and Brandon, 25, who Anderson had with ex-husband Tommy Lee, 59, were teenagers, and the TV star has made it clear she can’t stand the thought of being separated from them. At the time, she was living with the boys in California.
– But now they’re adults. Producer Barry Weissler called me and said the time was right. And this one He is That’s, says Pamela, who moved last year to Vancouver, Canada.
It’s been a long time since Anderson debuted as an actor. In recent years, she has made a living first and foremost by appearing in various advertising campaigns, accepting reality shows, PR work, and modeling shows.
“I needed something like this in my life right now,” she explains about the Broadway assignment in the last interview.
– It’s time to really dive into something. A need arose. But it is a totally crazy experience to just throw yourself into singing, dancing, acting and theater in all aspects.
She is humble about “being surrounded by so many talents”.
– I feel very humbled about it, but I like to do scary things.
“Chicago” premiered in 1975 and is the longest-running Broadway musical. Anderson promises to give the role personality and add something completely new to it.
Parts of Anderson’s private life were recently revealed on the Disney drama ‘Pam and Tommy’. Gave serial VG references throw the dice 3 They described it as “a deaf tragicomedy. Watch clips on VGTV:
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