Pamela Anderson showered with roses as she makes Broadway debut as Roxie Hart in Chicago 
Posted by  badge Boss on Apr 13
Pamela Anderson stunned in her Broadway debut (Picture:Getty)

Pamela Anderson has made her Broadway debut starring as Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago, kicking off on Tuesday. 

The former Baywatch star, 54, was seen in costume as the curtain fell, smiling broadly as she was given an extravagant bouquet of red roses. 

Pammy was seen wearing a black bodysuit with a mesh top underneath it and fishnet tights, with her trademark platinum blonde hair in an old Hollywood up-do. 

She finished off the look with cream satin shoes and a slick of red lipstick as she played the glamorous murderess in the long-running musical. 

appears to have gone down very well with the audience, with one ticket holder telling ‘the audience went insane’ for the star, who looked ‘flawless’ in the role. 

They added: ‘She just looked like she was having a great time at the end of the show.’

The star received a large bouquet of roses on her first show (Picture: Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)
She is starring in a limited run until June (Picture: Photo Image Press/REX/Shutterstock)
Her sons Dylan (left) and Brandon (right) were on hand to support (Picture: Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)

There were also two special guests in attendance for Pamela’s first show – her sons, Brandon, 25, and Dylan, 24, who she shares with ex-husband Tommy Lee, 59. 

Brandon and Dylan were both smartly dressed as they posed with their mother backstage after the curtain fell. 

Pamela previously addressed the role, admitting that performing live means there are ‘no safety nets’. 

Pamela is embracing here first Broadway gig (Picture: Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)
The Baywatch actress beamed with joy as the curtain fell (Picture: Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)
She happily signed autographs for fans (Picture: Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)

She told People: ‘Every single experience has been just wild. I mean, it’s wild to even be here. I have to pinch myself sometimes because it seems so surreal.

‘I’m so curious to see what I’m made of. Each day, my voice is getting stronger. The choreography is settling in. We’re doing the original choreography — they’re not holding back with me — and I’m just loving it. 

‘I’m just eating it up. I’m like, “Oh my God, I should have been doing this longer!” But this is the right time. This is the beginning of the rest of my career — maybe.’

Pamela will be performing in Chicago for a limited run, with fans able to see her take on the role of Roxie until June 5 at New York’s Ambassador Theatre.