Donna D’Errico is against women who say they are too old to wear a bikini.

The 54-year-old entertainer of late shared a bathing suit shot flaunting her conditioned body to tell pundits that she will joyfully shake two pieces no matter what her age.

The Fourth of July was celebrated by D’Errico, who posted a reel of herself in a bikini dancing to ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’




In a recent post shared on Sunday, the Baywatch star is seen squatting on her coffee table while wearing a light pink string bikini, and in the caption, she explains the backlash she received on Independence Day.

“Quite a few women complained about the 4th of July video I posted in a red white and blue bikini because they thought I was ‘classier than that’ and ‘too old to wear a bikini’ and, my favorite, ‘desperate,'” she wrote.

“Let me tell you something that might surprise you. I can actually wear and do literally whatever I want,” the mom of two declared, before quipping, “On that note, here is me in a bikini squatting on a coffee table.”

While the former Playboy model limited the comments on her post after the backlash, a lot of users praised her for her response.

Actress Tracey E. Bregman wrote: “Gorgeous and F anyone who tries to tear you down. You look incredible period.”

90 Day Fiance star David Toborowsky commented: “Be you. You are an amazing person no matter what. Annie and I just adore you.”

A third user said: “LOL. Sheesh. Some people. I smell some ” jealousy ” going on. You wear it well. Keep on shinning.”

While another wrote: “Good for you! If I looked that good I’d be posting pictures in a bikini every day!”

D’ Errico has previously talked about how she doesn’t find the compliment to be flattering and how she looks amazing for her age.

“I just feel like I’m more than that,” she told FOX News last November. “It doesn’t feel nice to hear somebody say, ‘You look great for your age’ or ‘You still look amazing.’ Why not just say, ‘Wow you look amazing,’ and just move on?”

“I think critiquing women based on their age is unfair. Men don’t face the same scrutiny and I don’t think they would like it either. But I know it’s not going to go away because it’s part of our culture,” she continued.

D’Errico said that she comprehends that when you take a gander at her web-based entertainment, you might see “that sort of stuff” corresponding to pictures flaunting her figure, however, she said it’s significant for ladies like her “to feel better” about themselves.

“I like to look my best and I do that for myself. I don’t do it to be compared to other women or to be complimented. I don’t do it for those reasons. I do it for me,” she added.