Carmen Electra Draws Comparisons to Amanda Holden as She Stuns in Plunging Gown
The American actress, famed for her role as Roxanne in the original 1997 film Good Burger, is currently promoting the 2023 sequel, Good Burger 2. In her latest shoot, Carmen dazzled in a plunging scarlet gown, emphasizing her curves and accessorizing with a delicate gold necklace. The photoshoot, part of the promotional campaign for the November-releasing film, features Carmen alongside co-stars Shar Jackson, Kenan Thompson, and Pete Davidson.
The captivating images show Carmen posing next to a stack of plastic burgers, exuding glamour with her honey blonde hair falling straight past her shoulders. The actress paired the thigh-skimming dress with an ultra-glam makeup look, showcasing a pale pink pout and a hint of dark eyeliner.
Sharing the photos on her Instagram, Carmen captioned the post, "Roxanne is back! #GoodBurger2 now streaming on Paramount Plus!" Fans flooded the comments section, with many quick to point out the striking resemblance between Carmen Electra and Amanda Holden.
"Why do you look so much like Amanda Holden? GORGEOUS twins," remarked one fan, while another added, "Just can't get over how much you look like Amanda Holden in these pics, it's uncanny."
Carmen's Baywatch co-star Brande Roderick and co-star Kel Mitchell also joined in the admiration. Brande Roderick commented, "Yes! Looking great!" and Kel Mitchell exclaimed, "Carmen!!!! Always a fun time working with you!!!!"
Fans expressed their excitement about Good Burger 2, with one saying, "I can’t wait to watch it with my nephew. We love Good Burger!" Another admirer complimented Carmen, saying, "Wow, you are so beautiful and pretty."
The sequel, set 26 years after the original film, follows Dex's return to Good Burger after pursuing entrepreneurial dreams. Unfortunately, his return puts the restaurant in jeopardy as he devises a cunning plan. The 1997 Good Burger film grossed $7.1 million in the US and $23.7 million worldwide, and the sequel is expected to captivate audiences once again.**
Carmen Electra is an American actress, model, television personality, and dancer. She was born Tara Patrick Carmen Electra on April 21, 1965, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is best known for her role as Lani Lane on the television series Baywatch (1997–1998), and for her appearances in Playboy magazine.
Electra began her career as a dancer in the early 1980s. She appeared in music videos for Prince, Mariah Carey, and Toni Braxton. She also toured with Prince as a backup dancer. In 1995, she made her acting debut in the film American Pie. She went on to star in a number of films, including Baywatch: White Collar Rescue (1997), Scary Movie (2000), and Scary Movie 2 (2001).
Electra has also appeared in a number of television shows, including Baywatch, The Simpsons, and House M.D. She has also hosted her own reality series, Carmen Electra's Real Housewives of Hollywood (2010).
Electra is a successful businesswoman. She has her own line of clothing, fragrances, and swimwear. She is also a co-founder of the production company Electra Films.
Electra is a married woman. She was married to basketball player Dennis Rodman from 1998 to 1999. She has been married to musician Rob Patterson since 2018.
Britain's Got Talent is a British talent show competition, in which contestants of any age and with any sort of talent compete to win a prize of £250,000. The show is part of the Got Talent franchise, which originated in the United States and has been adapted in over 200 countries worldwide.
Britain's Got Talent was created by Simon Cowell and produced by FremantleMedia. It was first broadcast on ITV on 16 June 2007. The show has been a ratings success, with the first series attracting an average of 7.3 million viewers. The show has also been a critical success, winning numerous awards, including the BAFTA Award for Best Entertainment Programme in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
The show is hosted by Ant & Dec and features a judging panel of four, who initially consisted of Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan, Amanda Holden, and Paul Daniels. Daniels was replaced by David Hasselhoff for series four and five, and by David Walliams from series six onwards. Alesha Dixon replaced Holden for series nine onwards.
The format of the show is simple. Contestants perform in front of the judges and a live audience. If a judge does not like an act, they can press their buzzer, which will cause a red "X" to appear on the screen. If three or more judges press their buzzers, the act is eliminated from the competition. If two or less judges press their buzzers, the act can continue.
If all of the judges like an act, they can press their golden buzzer. If an act is golden buzzered, they go straight to the live finals.
The live finals take place over several weeks, with the contestants performing in front of a live audience and voting public. The act with the most votes at the end of each week is eliminated, until only two acts remain. The winner of the competition is announced in the final episode.
Britain's Got Talent has been a launchpad for many successful careers. Some of the show's most notable winners include Paul Potts, Susan Boyle, Diversity, and Olly Murs.
The show has also been controversial at times. Some critics have argued that the show is exploitative and that it puts too much pressure on young contestants. Others have argued that the show is simply harmless entertainment.
Despite the controversy, Britain's Got Talent remains one of the most popular shows on British television. The show is a celebration of talent and a reminder that anyone can achieve their dreams.