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Donna D’Errico, 53, Rocks A White Bikini & Just Looks Like Her ‘Baywatch’ Days In New Photos

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Donna D’Errico hasn’t aged a day! The 53-year-old slayed in her latest bikini photo, showing off her youthful complexion.

Donna D’Errico is an ageless beauty. The 53-year-old actress looks exactly like she did back in her Baywatch days, once again rocking a bikini! The star wore a white triangle style top and string tie bottom as she posed outdoors with a floral and paisley print umbrella. Donna paired the barely-there swimsuit with a sky high pair of nude pumps, throwing on a light white kimono for one of the photos, which were snapped in her gorgeous Los Angeles backyard!

The blonde appeared to be surrounded by trees in the outdoor area, with an orange one spotted behind her in the second image. “I never knew umbrellas could be masterpieces! Look at this one I’m holding,” she wrote in her caption, shared on Thursday, April 22. She went on to shoutout the umbrella’s designer Mario Talarico, demonstrating how it opens in a video shared as part of the post. “The photos just don’t do it justice. It is exquisite. Handcrafted in Italy by master craftsman @mario_talarico_since_1860 I’m almost afraid to use it! Swipe for more pics,” she added.

Donna’s glam was flawless as she kept her blonde hair smoothly blown out with a slight curl. Her complexion looked absolutely incredible, with her blemish-free skin glowing in the photos. She added a dramatic black eyeliner and luscious black lashes to complete the look, along with a nude lip and peach colored blush.

Her 319,000 Instagram followers were loving the post, and took to the comments with their compliments! “Absolutely gorgeous u look incredibly beautiful Donna!” one fan wrote, while another was stunned at how she looked the same as she did back in 1996 — which was when she made her debut on Baywatch as Donna Marco alongside the series’ stars David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson. Another questioned the use of an umbrella given the sunny Los Angeles weather (it was 62 degrees on Thursday), but Donna clarified in an earlier post that the item was actually to reduce sun exposure.

“Here’s me in my yard today with my pretty new parasol made in Italy by @mario_talarico_since_1860,” she captioned a second image, using a light white umbrella. “I’ve never owned or used a parasol before, but now I’m super careful about sun exposure so I will def be using this! And look how pretty!! I also got some STUNNING custom made umbrellas with antique handles from there. I’ll post pics & video of those soon,” she signed off.


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FBI joining investigation into lesbian’s ‘gruesome’ murder in Piedmont Park

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The FBI has joined the investigation into the fatal stabbing and dismemberment of a 40-year-old woman inside Atlanta’s Piedmont Park early Wednesday.

Katherine Janness was walking her dog in the park Tuesday evening when she was brutally attacked.

Janness’ lesbian partner pinged her phone and located her spouse’s body inside the park.

Janness’ body parts were found scattered about 100 yards inside the Charles Allen Drive entrance to the park near 10th Street in Midtown just after 1 a.m. Wednesday. Her dog Bowie was also stabbed to death.

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Bowie defended his owner during the vicious attack. FBI agents plan to use DNA from the dog’s saliva to identify the killer.

Atlanta police have stepped up foot patrols inside the park since the “gruesome” murder.

Police are trying to determine if Janness’ murder was random or targeted because the killer spent time with her body after she died.

Investigators aren’t ruling out a serial killer. Janness is the second woman killed at an Atlanta area park in the past week.

Police are asking residents who live on 10th Street near the park to check their security videos.

Janness worked as a bartender for Campagnolo restaurant in Midtown Atlanta.

A $10,000 reward is being offered by Atlanta Crime Stoppers for information on the case.
 

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bitchy | “Did she really change her name to Gwen Stefani Shelton? Maybe” links

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If she’s changed her name to Gwen Stefani Shelton, I’m not actually mad about it? It’s better than going by Gwen Shelton. [Dlisted]
Everyone’s freaking out about Fred Durst’s new look, and while it is surprising, I think he looks nice, I guess. [Seriously OMG]
Lady Gaga’s served up some truly bizarre looks this week. [LaineyGossip]
Miley Cyrus is the official mullet of Gucci. [Just Jared]
Woe is manipulative emotional abuser Ryan Adams. [Pajiba]
I’m not digging David Beckham’s blonde hair with the dark beard. [Go Fug Yourself]
Everyone loves Olympic TikTok. [Buzzfeed]
Emily Mortimer wore a Rosetta Getty suit. [RCFA]
Trixie & Katya review Never Have I Ever’s Season 2. [OMG Blog]
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DaBaby is not shutting up. He needs to. [Jezebel]

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Broadway Theaters & 2021 Emmy Awards Will Require Audience Members to Show Proof of Vaccination

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Earlier this week, the CDC announced new recommendations for fully vaccinated Americans as cases the delta variant of coronavirus continue to rise.

Both the 2021 Emmy Awards and Broadway theaters have followed suit, issuing new safety protocols for guests to follow as they attend in-person events.

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It was reported earlier this summer that Broadway shows were eying a Fall 2021 opening date and now The Broadway League has announced new guidelines audiences members will have to follow when attending shows.

According to Deadline, 41 Broadway theaters will require vaccinations for theater-goers as well as performers, crew members and theater staff for performances through October 2021.

Audience members will also need to wear masks inside the theaters, except while eating or drinking in designated areas.

Charlotte St. Martin, President of the Broadway League, said in a statement that the new policy “makes it simple for our audiences and should give even more confidence to our guests about how seriously Broadway is taking audience safety.”

The requirements will last until the fall and undergo a review in September 2021, which could include “a relaxation of certain provisions if the science dictates.”

Exceptions will be made for children under 12 and people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination. These guests will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of performance start time or a negative antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance start time.

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences also announced on Friday (July 20) that those attending the 2021 Emmy Awards would be required to show proof of vaccination.

They also reiterated their previous plans, telling guests that only nominees and their plus-ones would be permitted to attend one of the three ceremonies that are being held this year.

Cedric the Entertainer is taking on hosting duties this year. The 2021 Emmy Awards will air live on Sunday, September 19 at 8/7c on CBS, and will also stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Check out all the nominations for this year’s Emmy Awards here!


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