‘Baywatch’s Donna D’Errico, 54, Claps Back At Haters Who Say She’s ‘Too Old’ To Wear A Bikini

‘Baywatch’s Donna D’Errico, 54, Claps Back At Haters Who Say She’s ‘Too Old’ To Wear A Bikini

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  • Baywatch Star Donna D’Errico defends her choice to wear bikinis at 54 in a new Instagram.

  • In the post, the actress poses in a pink thong bikini on her coffee table.

  • “I can actually wear and do literally anything I want,” she wrote.

Donna D’Errico’s Baywatch the days may be behind her, but her bikini days certainly aren’t, no matter what haters have to say about it. The 54-year-old actress recently shared a sultry swimsuit photo to let critics know she’ll happily wear two pieces, no matter what age.

In the Publish, D’Errico crouches down on her coffee table dressed in a light pink string bikini. And in the caption, she explains the backlash she received on Independence Day after sharing a video in which she danced to “God Bless the USA” wearing an American flag print costume.

“Many women complained about the 4th of July video I posted in a red white and blue bikini because they thought I was ‘classier than that’ and ‘too old to wear a bikini’ and, my favorite, “desperate,” she wrote. “Let me tell you something that might surprise you. I can actually wear and do literally anything I want. With that, here I am in a bikini squatting on a coffee table ❤️.

Fans and followers were happy to see D’Errico defending himself and had the supporting star covered. “Women should support other women, not bring them down! Wear what makes you happy. You are amazing 🙌 get it girl!” one person commented. “Gorgeous and F everyone trying to bring you down. You have an amazing time ❤️,” added another.

“Jeeeez, people are really messed up. You are absolutely GORGEOUS 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” someone else wrote.

D’Errico has previously explained how she’s often been told she looks good “for her age,” and she doesn’t find the compliment as flattering as expected. “I just feel like I’m more than that,” she said FoxNews Last year. ‘It’s not nice to hear someone say, ‘you look great for your age‘ or ‘You’re still gorgeous.’ Why not just say “Wow, you look beautiful” and move on? I think criticizing women based on their age is unfair. Men aren’t subject to the same scrutiny and I don’t think they would like that either. But I know it’s not going to go away because it’s part of our culture.

She added, “I understand that comes with the territory. And I get that when you look at my social media, there’s this kind of stuff. But I think it’s very important for a lot of women, and for me, to feel good about yourself. I like to be at my best and I do it for me. I don’t do it to be compared to other women or to be complimented. I don’t do it for those reasons. I do it for me.

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