Kelly Brook confirms talks for Baywatch film

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 28 December 2015
Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook has confirmed she has had talks to star in the 'Baywatch' film with Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff

Kelly Brook has confirmed she's in the running for a role in the 'Baywatch' film.

The 36-year-old beauty has had a read-through of the script and has had talks with producers about a part in the movie - based on the hugely popular TV series which starred Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff - but she doesn't yet know if she will be joining the cast which already includes Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.

In an interview on 'Alan Carr New Year's Specstacular', she said: "They're remaking 'Baywatch' with Zac Efron and The Rock. But they are still writing it. I've read the script and they are rewriting it so I don't know if there is a role in there for me. I'm a bit old to play Pamela Anderson role so I don't know, but I know all the producers and it's funny and we'll see. I don't know."

Kelly is sure if she does end up appearing in the movie she will end up in a bikini or less because most roles she takes on require her to flaunt her enviable figure.

Host Alan quizzed the busty brunette on her swimming ability, asking: "I've seen you swimming in that film 'Piranha' and that current must have been strong because it took all of your clothes off. Can you swim?"

To which Kelly replied: "Yeah I can. I end up in a bikini in most things I do."

Other famous beauties said to be in the running for roles in 'Baywatch' include Kate Upton, 23, Charlotte McKinney, 22, and 'Game of Thrones' actress Sophie Turner, 19.

'Alan Carr New Year's Specstacular' airs at 9pm on December 31 on Channel 4.


  • 2 stars
  • 2017
  • US
  • 1h 56min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Seth Gordon
  • Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera
  • UK release: 29 May 2017

Mitch (Johnson) is a devoted life-saver who reluctantly recruits Matt (Efron), a disgraced champion who’s only doing it as a kind of community service. Plenty of good jokes, but minor characters almost drowning doesn’t make for good cinema, and the relentless formulaism makes it long outstay its welcome.

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