Lily James is set to play Pamela Anderson in the upcoming series Pam & Tommy on Hulu, and fans are shocked by her stunning transformation for the role. 

On Friday, the actress shared a photo of herself in character as the Baywatch star, and the resemblance is uncanny. James is basically unrecognizable in a platinum blonde wig and black leather lace-up top. 

“It’s great to be blonde. With low expectations it’s very easy to surprise people,” James captioned the post, quoting Anderson.

The response to James’ post was an overwhelming WHOA. “You are a shape shifter. Wow,” commented one fan. “So spot on,” added another.

On Friday, Hulu also released a first look at Lily James as Pamela Anderson and her co-star Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee for the upcoming limited series. Stan, covered in fake tattoos and piercings, will play the Mötley Crüe drummer.

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After a controversial casting, the pair appears to perfectly pull off one of the most infamous couples from the ’90s for the show, which will focus on Anderson and Lee’s whirlwind romance.

Anderson and Lee were married in 1995 after knowing each other for 96 hours and divorced in 1998, and shared a very public relationship ripe with Tabloid scandals.

“Based on the true scandal that started it all,” Hulu captioned the Instagram post. According to streaming service, the comedy-drama series will “the true story behind the release of the first ever viral video in history – the sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.”

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Instagram/Lily James as Pamela Anderson and Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee

The series, which was announced in December 2020, does not yet have an official premiere date. It’s being directed by I, Tonya’s Craig Gillespie and will also star Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling, Andrew Dice Clay, Pepi Sonuga, Spencer Granese and Mozhan Marnò.

See more reactions to Lily James as Pamela Anderson below.

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