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Kelly Rohrbach: 'I avoided Baywatch wedgies with glue'

Published 04/07/2016

Kelly Rohrbach
Kelly Rohrbach

Kelly Rohrbach wanted to eat Doritos on the Baywatch but couldn't because of the paparazzi that constantly swarmed her.

Kelly Rohrbach was constantly photographed getting her Baywatch swimming costume glued to her bottom during the movie’s shoot.

Blonde model and actress Kelly may not yet be a household name, but her casting as C.J. Parker in the big screen adaptation of TV classic Baywatch will soon see her star rise. The role was originally made famous by Pamela Anderson.

The film doesn’t hit cinemas until 2017, but Kelly has already had a taste of things to come.

“I was like ‘God, I just wanna eat a bag of Doritos but there’s paparazzi everywhere, f**k it! It stunk because there was no privacy,” Kelly vented to Britain’s GQ magazine.

"My suit was that neoprene scuba gear material so it really rides up. They would use glue and tape it to my bum so it wouldn’t make a wedgie wrinkly. Every day the paparazzi would shoot the costume designers doing the glue and there would be a picture of somebody with a brush putting Elmer’s glue on my bum. I’m like, Guys I don’t think this is gonna get a lot of clicks. I am not famous."

Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson join the 26-year-old actress in the lifeguard movie, with High School Musical star Zac showing off his buffed up body on the set. To help get into shape Zac sought the help of nutritionist and trainer Patrick Murphy, and recently admitted he’s never felt better in his own skin.

“Right now I’m probably the physically strongest I’ve ever felt," he told Men's Fitness magazine. "Not in terms of bench press or how much I can squat, but in how quickly I could get out of this room and destroy everything in my path.

“If the zombie apocalypse happened right now I’d definitely be able to defend myself.”

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