Saturday, October 8, 2016

#CharliesAngels star EXPOSES the TRUTH about her BIKINI scenes! [details]


Did you REALIZE that Aaron Spelling's HIT show, 'Charlie's Angels' is gearing up for it's 40th Anniversary!!!

The GROUNDBREAKING show touched on many topics, but one of the FAN FAVES was all the SKIN that was shown on the show.  On of its STARS dishes on the TRUTH behind her iconic BIKINI SCENES!!!




To celebrate the anniversary of Charlie's Angels, Cheryl Ladd who played Kris Munroe from 1977 to 1981, was asked to SPILL THE TEA about a very revealing moment from the iconic series.

It seems like you wore bikinis way more than your costars ever did.
That is absolutely correct.
Were you ever given the option of a one-piece, or was it strictly bikini, bikini, bikini?
I always tried to put a one-piece on and the producers would say, "No, Aaron [Spelling, the EP] loves your tummy." They had me in these crop tops and everything because Aaron said, "She's got the cutest belly button in the history of belly buttons."


In the 1978 episode "Angel on High," you're wearing a particularly revealing bikini to meet Kelly (Jaclyn Smith) for breakfast by a pool. Who picked that out?
Me! That was my rebellion. I had been a good sport up until then, but I was pretty fed up with running around in a bikini all the time. I was someone's mother! I had to protest, and that was the only way I knew how, because I had already [complained] to Aaron. So I found the tiniest bikini -- it was not approved for TV. I looked almost naked in it! The director didn't know about it, so when I dropped the robe he gasped and said, "Cheryl, we can't film that bathing suit." I said, "Well, Aaron wants me in a bikini so this is what he's going to get. We're running late and we gotta shoot the scene. Let's go, I'm not changing." He filmed the whole scene.

That took a lot of guts.
The show was ranked five in the first season, and when I came on, we were Nos. 1 and 2. So I felt that I had a little power in that conversation.
Did your bikini make the cut for broadcast?
If you watch the episode, one of the close-ups is blurred out because so much of me is pouring out of the suit. It wouldn't pass muster on TV at the time.

How did Aaron respond?
He sent me a note through the wardrobe department that said, "Tell the little rebel I got the message and that it won't happen again, right?" He was mad, but he got the message. He didn't ask nearly as much after that.

That was PRETTY TAME by today's standards, but aren't we GLAD Cheryl lead her little ONE WOMAN 'rebellion'?
 

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