ACTRESS Charlotte McKinney looks brave in gold at an anti-homelessness event.
The 30-year-old Baywatch star stood out on the red carpet at the Sense of Home gala hosted by Netflix boss Ted Sarandos and activist Nicole Avant in LA.
Other stars at the party included actor Esai Morales, singer Aloe Blacc and boxer Sugar Ray Leonard – all delighted.
Charlotte opened up about her mental health on the Been Better podcast.
She said: “If you rely on casting directors and jobs, you’ll never be happy.”
Charlotte also shared how she stays in shape.
She said: “Knowing that I’m working out, healthy and clean helps me feel sexy.
“Vegan ice cream is a Sunday treat for me.
“I think it’s important to take care of yourself, then I can feel my sexist feelings knowing that I’ve done everything in my power to feel good about myself.”
Charlotte caused a sensation as one of the leading actresses in the 2017 Baywatch remake.
The stunning blonde first hit the stage six years ago when she showed off her enviable curves in Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial.
She spoke about how the viral publicity had put a damper on her acting career, saying: “I was pigeonholed straight away and I’m still stuck in that pigeonhole.”