‘Baywatch’ Star Donna D’Errico Leaves Little To The Imagination In Recent Instagram Bikini Photo


Baywatch alum Donna D’Errico is known for her role in the classic TV series, which ended in 2001. The 55-year-old was Playboy magazine’s playmate of the month in 1985 and has run several businesses, including a limousine company in Las Vegas and a day Spa in Calabasas, California. As with many famous people, Donna has been the subject of online trolling and public criticism for always sharing sultry photos on Instagram. She recently slammed some social media users for reporting her steamy snaps and getting them removed.

“It’s not nice to go on people’s accounts reporting perfectly fine photos and videos to cause their account to get flagged and posts to get removed,” she captioned the post, warning netizens to mind their business. “Feeling bad about yourself doesn’t make it okay to try to bring down someone else to make you feel better about yourself.” She shared the note alongside a behind-the-scenes clip from a photoshoot where she showed off her curves in a black cut-out dress. She wore her hair in a waist-length center part and accessorized with pink stiletto pumps that added color to the outfit. “I’m putting this right back up,” she insisted, adding that there was “nothing wrong” with her look.


Donna D’Errico stirs controversy with Instagram bikini photo

In her rant, Donna had “positive vibes” to spare for “even the ones who did that,” referring to the critics on her page. “Some people hate seeing others shine,” she remarked. She also reshared a snapshot of herself in a laundry room wearing a rust-colored two-piece with her hair let down. “Reposting this one too !! The original caption was ‘Sweeping in style— bikini edition.’ There’s nothing wrong with this photo !! Sending peaceful, beautiful vibes to everyone,” she reaffirmed.


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She got loads of compliments and kind words from her fans, which hopefully drowns the critique from naysayers. “Shame on them. nothing wrong with this post at all. you’re stunning, beautiful, classy all wrapped up in one. hope you had a blessed day,” someone wrote. “There’s nothing wrong with this video, Donna. You keep posting because you are truly a beautiful woman,” another echoed. More supporters encouraged Donna to “keep being you” and ignore the “sensitive” people and “haters.”


It is not Donna’s first time engaging internet bullies, as they came for her last year after she posted a snap straddling a pumpkin while donning lingerie. “Hater women: Feel better about yourselves. Build up other women. In doing so, you can shine, too. Failing that, I guess you can simply kiss my ass,” she wrote, adding that those against her are only trying to “feel better about themselves.”

How old is Donna D’Errico?

Donna has been an OnlyFans creator for nearly two years, and while celebrating her one-year anniversary on the platform last July, she posed in pink lacy underwear and reflected on her experience as a creator. “Wow, it’s almost been a year since I became a member of ‘that site’ and I have to admit, I’m loving every minute!” she stated, adding that she has “no regrets” about her choice. “No haters, no trolls, no drama—- just pure freedom to be myself,” the model shared.


For her 55th birthday last year, Donna wore a red one-piece similar to the one from Baywatch; her caption reads, “Posting some cake on my birthday because I said I would, because I feel like it, and because why not. Have fun today, everyone. I certainly will! I love you all!” She made headlines during that time for her constantly sexy posts, which some users found delightful. Many remarked that she looked “so young” and had “ageless beauty,” seeing as she is in her fifties and still maintaining a toned build and gorgeous skin.

“Thank you for brightening up the world with your beauty Donna!!! Please don’t ever stop!!!” someone exclaimed. Weeks before that, she shared her idea for a swimwear line that caters to “women over 50.” “Here’s me modeling my new line of bathing suits… Follow me for more AARP tips,” she joked.

Donna addresses reactions to her cosmetic surgery

After losing 40 pounds, Donna decided to get cosmetic surgery in 2017 to enhance her looks; however, she also claims working out was the secret to losing the weight she gained after her mother passed away. “The weight loss left some loose skin I didn’t like, so I went in and got that buttoned up and have no shame in admitting that. It made me feel better and more confident,” she confessed, admitting to going under the knife. “People love to say I owe my body to plastic surgery. If saying that and believing that makes them feel better about themselves, go for it.”


The actress also shared a photo of her buttocks in a thong alongside the caption to show her fans that she is not perfect. “So this is me. All of me. From every angle…perfect is impossible and boring. I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I am enjoying freeing myself from fear of judgment by posting them. And if you don’t, that’s ok too,” the mother of two wrote.

Despite her explanations, some of her followers proceeded to call her out. Thankfully, she got back up from loyal well-wishers, who were inspired by her resilience amidst several pushbacks. “Ya know Gal you gotta feel good about YOURSELF before anyone else can feel good about you. YOU have to think that you are beautiful and sexy before anyone else can,” a kind person penned. “Looking good is hard work and commitment! Oh…… and you’re doing a GREAT job!”

Is Donna D’Errico married?

Donna — who was married to Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx until their messy divorce in 2006 — says she achieved her enviable figure through hard work and exercise despite having work done on her body. “What they love to say, whenever I post a photo of myself where I’m looking really great, and my body looks great…they like to credit it to the plastic surgery that I had years ago. ‘Oh, all of that was created in the surgery room,’” she told Yahoo Life. “Well, let me tell you something: you can’t create my body that you’ve seen me posting on Instagram in an operation room. It just can’t be done. There’s no amount of money that can do that.”


Unknown to many, Donna also takes her faith seriously as a Catholic, although she admits being religious is conflicting due to her social media persona. “I’ll be honest, I get conflicted sometimes, but, I mean, I’m not doing anything wrong. Is it considered sinful if I asked my priest, ‘Is it OK if I do this?’ He would say, ‘It’s not OK.’ But I’ve found my peace,” she said, emphasizing that “women can be all of the above.”

“We don’t have to just be the OnlyFans girls, or just the super elegant, classy girl that dresses in a demure way — you can be everything,” she concluded.

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