• Pamela Anderson wants to sell her 'Baywatch' swimsuit
  • It is still very coveted by collectors
  • THIS is why she is selling it

The red one piece swimsuit was arguably what launched Pamela's career in television, and her iconic slow motion run made her a household name and sex symbol all over the world. Thanks to her voluptuous curves, Pamela's star quickly launched into the stratospheres of Hollywood.

But now, Pamela is making some changes and she wants to sell her legendary garment. There will be thousands of potential suitors who will want a piece of television history in their collections - but what is the reason behind her decision to sell?

Pamela is starting fresh

If you were watching TV in the 1990s, pretty people in red swimwear running across the beach in slow motion summed up 'Baywatch' very well, indeed. The hit series made Pamela Anderson (56) a star in the 1990s, and to this day, pictures of her in a red one piece bring back fond memories for fans. In an interview with 'People' magazine, the successful actress turned activist has revealed that she now wants to sell her legendary red swimsuit to the highest bidder.

"Better to clear my mind, clear my closet. Make room for this new life. I can't wait to see others enjoy these pieces," she explained. And the fact is, that in recent years, Pamela has been rebranding herself as an entrepreneur, and not just a pretty face. In the past, her life has been filled with media scandals, in part, due to her sex appeal.

Pamela Anderson, 'Baywatch' photoshoot

The "Casey" actress wants to sell her 'Baywatch' swimsuit to make room for what she is calling her "new life" away from the television spotlight. And she has even has returned to her native Canada after many years and made her Broadway debut with 'Chicago' in 2022.

Things are certainly changing for Pamela these days.

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Pamela Anderson also doesn't want to hold on to certain things obsessively from her past. "My style has undoubtedly changed over the years, and it thrills me to think others will find the joy I did. There’s no reason to hang on to it. These memories are made to share," Pamela exclaimed.

When and where Anderson's iconic swimsuit will be sold is not yet known. Last month, she told 'Elle' magazine about her memorable looks from the 1990s and described her fashion during the decade as "wild and uninhibited." "I don’t know if it was a defense mechanism or what. I just thought, ‘I’m going to have fun,'" she said.

As she begins a new chapter in her life, she wants her fashion choices to reflect who she is now. The news of Anderson selling her fashion archives comes during her appearance at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday. Collectors and buyers are lining up to get their bids in. It's not clear how much money is at stake when it comes to the famous red bathing suit, but it will surely be quite a large sum!