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By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail. The world got its first glimpse of Baywatch babe Ilfenesh Hadera in her red swimsuit on Tuesday. The stunning actress was seen running across the sand of a Florida beach on day two of filming of the big screen reboot of the iconic TV series. The five-feet, inch brunette wore her long hair in on-trend braids and carried a clipboard as she ran past some of the film's lifeguard rescue props.
Scroll down for video. You go girl! Ilfenesh Hadera hit the beach as lifeguard Stephanie Holden on the second day of filming for the new Baywatch movie. Ready for action: The dark-haired beauty went barefoot for the scenes shot around a lifeguard tower on picturesque Deerfield Beach in Broward County, Florida. Spot the difference: The updated version of the iconic Baywatch swimsuit is not quite as sexy as the original, as worn by Alexandra Paul who originated the role of Stephanie Holden on the TV show.
The attire may come as something of a disappointment to die-hard fans who perhaps were hoping for the more skimpy swimsuit made famous by Pamela Anderson and Hadera's predecessor as Stephanie Holden, Alexandra Paul. Instead, the uypdated version is a long-sleeved suit made from wet suit material with long sleeves and a gold zipper running down the front from the collarbone to the navel.
Mentor: Hadera plays the love interest of Mitch Buchannon, played by Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson and the two were seen chatting in between filming. Tongue in cheek: The role is a big break for the actress who has a recurring role in Showtime's latest hit series Billions. Fashionable: Hadera wore her hair in on-trend braids that reached down her back past her shoulder blades. The Rock and actor Zac Efron, who plays Matt Brody, were the first cast members to shoot scenes for the film that began lensing Monday at a jetty in Boca Raton.
On Tuesday, shooting had moved to Deerfield Beach in Broward County where the crew had erected a lifeguard tower and brought out a lifeguard truck, paddleboards, floats and other equipment to be used in the day's scenes.