Carmen Electra Galore pictures showing the former Playboy and “Baywatch” star in some skimpy monokinis has many men forget that Carmen Electra is 42 years old. Galore’s summer issue is featuring the model, singer, and actress in swimwear that shows her hourglass figure. Even at the age of 42, the former “Baywatch” star is sexy, flawless, and fit, reports E!Online on July 1, 2014.
Some of Carmen Electra’s Galore photos show the 42-year-old model in a yellow swimsuit seductively sitting next to a pool while showing off some incredible curves and standing next to the pool in strappy high heels showing off her long and slender legs.
Other photos featured in the magazine’s summer issue are a clear reminder that the actress has Playboy experience. Wearing blue high-heeled shoes and a skimpy blue swimming suit, Electra poses forward with an arched back while pretending to feed some chicken. While some men might find the posture seductive and suggestive, others might be turned away by the model’s facial expression.
Undoubtedly, Carmen Electra would turn any driver’s head walking along a road wearing knee-high gladiator stilettos and wearing a skimpy black monokini. But again, the model’s face gets in the way of enjoying the model’s beauty.
While Carmen stuns with a 42-year-old curvy and fit body, long legs, and suggestive postures in the photos, one wonders whatever happened to her smile that was such a sympathetic characteristic for the “Baywatch” actress. After having been featured in a nude photo in Playboy magazine in May of 1996, the model captured the attention of the media and became Pamela Anderson’s replacement on “Baywatch.” As Leilani “Lani” McKenzie, the actress won the hearts of many “Baywatch” fans with her smile during her appearance from 1997 to 1998.
Despite her TV success and her participation in the 2003 “Baywatch” reunion movie, the actress appeared four more times in Playboy in June of 1997, in December of 2000, in April of 2003, and in the January 2009 anniversary issue. The last three issues featured her on the cover of the magazine.
The Carmen Electra Galore photos are intriguing to see because they do not only raise the question as to whatever happened to the former “Baywatch” actress’ smile, but also raise the question as to whatever happened to monokinis. According to the history of the monokini, “when fashion designer Rudi Gernreich first introduced the monokini in 1964, the swimsuit consisted of bikini style bottoms with thin straps over the shoulders to hold the swimsuit in place. The swimsuit provided no additional coverage and left the breasts entirely bare.” Today, the monokini -- just like Carmen Electra’s smile – have apparently undergone quite a few changes.