Pamela Anderson wears a flowing white dress while being greeted by her fans in New York

Pamela Anderson wears a flowing white dress while being greeted by her fans in New York

Pamela Anderson, 54, looks much younger than her years in a plunging dress while waving to fans… after finishing as Roxie Hart in Chicago

Pamela Anderson was pictured as she left the Ambassador Theater after finishing her final performance from Chicago to New York on Sunday night.

The 54-year-old actress carried a bouquet of white roses as she walked out of a theater and into a waiting car while being greeted by dozens of her adoring fans.

The performer’s exit from the venue marked the end of her run as Roxie Hart in the long-running play.

Last of the bunch: Pamela Anderson was pictured as she left her final performance from Chicago to New York on Sunday night

Last of the bunch: Pamela Anderson was pictured as she left her final performance from Chicago to New York on Sunday night

Anderson wore a flowing, low-cut white dress as she stepped out of the theater.

The performer’s outfit featured a large slit on her front part that showed off her toned legs.

The Baywatch star also wore a pair of high-heeled shoes to match the color of her outfit.

Her voluminous blonde hair cascaded over her shoulders and went well with the light shade of her clothes.

All dressed up: Anderson wore a flowing, low-cut white dress as she left the theater

All dressed up: Anderson wore a flowing, low-cut white dress as she left the theater

Gorgeous: Her voluminous blonde hair cascaded over her shoulders and went well with the light shade of her clothes

Gorgeous: Her voluminous blonde hair cascaded over her shoulders and went well with the light shade of her clothes

Behind her was her son Brandon, whom she had with her ex Tommy Lee.

It was originally announced that Anderson would take on the role of Roxie Hart last March.

The character is an aspiring vaudevillian who rises to fame after killing a man she is having an affair with.

Other artists who have portrayed the character include Ashlee Simpson Ross, Michelle Williams, and Renee Zellweger, who played Hart in the 2002 Chicago film adaptation.

The actress’ run on Broadway took place at the Ambassador Theater and began on April 12.

Getting to work: The actress' run on Broadway took place at the Ambassador Theater and began April 12;  she is seen that month

Getting to work: The actress’ run on Broadway took place at the Ambassador Theater and began April 12; she is seen that month

Anderson previously released a press release in which she noted via People that she was a fan of several people who had been involved with the musical in the past.

She said: “I’ve always been a huge fan of the work of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon. Ann Reinking too.

The interpreter then praised the work of the choreographer of the musical, who also wrote his book.

“Playing Fosse, you don’t have time to get into your head. You can’t dance, sing and think at the same time,” she said.

Opening: Anderson previously issued a press release in which she noted via People that she was an admirer of several people who had been involved with the musical in the past;  she is seen with her sons Dylan and Brandon in April

Opening: Anderson previously issued a press release in which she noted via People that she was an admirer of several people who had been involved with the musical in the past; she is seen with her sons Dylan and Brandon in April

Anderson also expressed that she was happy to be able to be involved in a production of the long-running musical.

She remarked, “There’s a freedom, a unique joy in knowing that it’s all about work.”

The performer concluded her statement, writing, “Playing Roxie Hart is a sweet escape for me.”

Be honest: The interpreter concluded his statement by writing:

Be honest: The singer concluded her statement by writing, “Playing Roxie Hart is a sweet escape for me”

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