'Baywatch' Cast Gathers 25 Years Later
October 07, 2013
Twenty-five years and a billion-plus viewers later, the Baywatch cast is embarking on a trip down memory lane with ET on the landmark anniversary of the hit TV series' first show.
David Hasselhoff's daughter Taylor played correspondent for the gathering at a huge autograph show in Los Angeles called The Hollywood Show, held quarterly in Los Angeles, which included Gena Lee Nolin, Nicole Eggert, Parker Stevenson, David Chokachi and the Hoff himself, who are reflecting fondly back on their toned and tanned days in our ET interview.
From the pressure to fit inside those famously tiny suits to fun times on set, the Baywatch crew lets loose when talking about the show that put many of them on the map.
The cast even opens up about whether or not they kept their bathing suits.
Traci Bingham tells ET, "I have all mine framed. ... I had mine framed but I told [Carmen Electra] about it so she did hers [too]. And it was really cool. It's such a classic piece to put in your home."
Brande Roderick chimes in, "And Gena and I brought our bathing suits here to the show and have been having everybody sign it."
Traci also reveals one awkward bathing suit moment: "When I auditioned for the show, I was asked to try on a suit and it was Pamela's. I didn't think it would fit, but it did. So, yeah, it was pretty awkward from the beginning."
Click the video above to watch the momentous reunion, and tune in to ET tonight for more!
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