Baywatch newcomer Kelly Rohrbach reveals her famous red swimsuit was refitted 10 TIMES to make her legs look longer and her bum perkier
It's the most iconic red swimsuit in the history of television - therefore Baywatch producers were obviously keen to get it right for the reboot.
Newcomer Kelly Rohrbach revealed this weekend that the famous red swimsuit had to be refitted as many as 10 times to make her 'legs and bum better.'
The model-turned-actress - most famous for dating Hollywood Lothario Leonardo DiCaprio - said she hard to workout especially hard to get her ultimate beach body, because she was keen to eat like a king during filming, too.
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Superfit: Kelly Rohrbach has revealed that it took more than 10 alterations to get her Baywatch swimsuit just right for the new film
Kelly told The Daily Star: 'I was re-tailored like 10 times to make my legs look as long as they can and my bum look as good as possible, but I am really happy with the end result.'
The model joined the cast of the 2017 remake last year in the role of C.J. Parker, taking over from the iconic blonde bombshell Pamela Anderson.
'Everybody worked out hard to get their beach bodies,' Kelly confessed. 'The guys and the girls. I love eat, so I worked out really hard.'
In shape: The model is often seen working out on her Instagram account, to keep her in shape
Working hard: Leonardo DiCaprio's former flame says that she was working out up to five times a week
Werk it: The star was grateful for her extra workouts so that she could keep up her healthy appetite, however
Kelly's workouts included a combination of boxing, weights and classes at least five times a week, she says.
On her hearty diet, Kelly went on to say: 'The great thing was that because I was doing such high-intensity workouts I got to eat steak every night during filming.'
Formerly a Sports Illustrated model, Kelly spoke to Harper's Bazaar in 2015 about how much she loathed the gym.
On her favourite way to stay in shape, she said: 'Running outside. I hate the gym, so anything outdoors.
Blushing beauty! Kelly was a vision in pink on Saturday as she helped to host the first Baywatch Slowmo Marathon in LA
Make them blush in a ribbed ALC dress like Kelly
Call it blush, call it Millennial Pink, call it whatever, this ubiquitous shade of beige tinged peachy pink is everywhere this spring. One of our favorite looks so far has been Baywatch babe Kelly Rohrbach rocking this pink ribbed dress from A.L.C.
With a demure neckline and sporty racerback, the sex appeal comes via the ribbed knit fabric clings that clings to every curve. Kelly had her dress altered to be shorted and show off more leg with a side slit as well.
You can buy the unaltered version at Revolve now (click over the to right). Or shop from our favorite blush pink knit dresses from Forever 21 to super luxe Cushnie et Ochs.
'Run, hike, whatever, walk the beach. I used to live in L.A. so, I was always outdoors. I'm have a little trouble here, I haven't worked out in a month. It's so hard in New York!'
Kelly was there to present the inaugural Slow Motion Marathon in association with the new Baywatch film on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles, reuniting old castmembers with new.
Joining such current stars as Zac Efron and Alexandra Doddario, Kelly brought youth where original stars such as Kelly Packard, Donna D'Errico, Nancy Valen and Erika Eleniak brought experience.
The new film revisits devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchanan (played this time by Dwayne Johnson instead of David Hasselhoff) as he butts heads with a brash new recruit.
Together, they uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future of the Bay.
Tickled pink! The starlet's world-class figure was wrapped in a blush colored dress, further accentuated with towering heels and a leather belt
Fits her like a glove! The fitted frock clung to Kelly's phenomenal physique
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