Helena Christensen’s magnificence is timeless, and the proof is in her bikini pics she shared on Jan. 28! She reminded us of the time when she frolicked on the seaside in Chris Isaak’s 1989 ‘Wicked Game’ music video!
Helena Christensen, inform us your magnificence secrets and techniques! The Danish supermodel, 52, handled followers to a trio of gorgeous bikini photographs in a submit on Instagram on Thursday afternoon. Helena, who uncovered her varied arm tattoos, rocked a pink and white striped halter two-piece with ruffles. Although the photographs weren’t full physique pictures, followers nonetheless caught a glimpse at Helena’s tiny waist and toned arms.
Helena, who rocked a daring, pink lip, wore a white crochet cropped coverup over her swimsuit. She tagged the style model ALR by Audrey Louise Reynolds in her submit, although it’s unclear if the sustainable clothes model and pure dye home made her bikini or coverup. Helena merely captioned her submit with a seashell emoji. And, talking of emojis — actress, Michelle Pfeiffer shared a bunch of fireplace flame emojis within the feedback of Helena’s submit!
The trio of seaside snaps present the brunette magnificence frolicking by way of the sand with a stunning ocean background — just like when she appeared in Chris Isaak‘s “Wicked Game” music video (seen below) over three decades ago in 1989. In the four-minute visual, shot in black and white, Helena plays Isaak’s love curiosity, who dances topless on the seaside. Other scenes present the mannequin carrying black and white underwear and a lace bra.
The 1989 music video was a steamy hit amongst music goers on the time (and it nonetheless is!), particularly for many who had been followers of Isaak’s sultry vocals. Not to say, Helena and Isaak placed on a PDA present within the sand like no different!
While discussing his evident on-screen chemistry with Helena, Isaak, now 64, stated, “[She] is beautiful… she was, of course, beautiful when we saw her. But I thought she was really fantastic. She’s a great actress. She pretended to like me,” he defined throughout a 2015 interview with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
“I mean, we didn’t know each other, and I always feel like I have to explain to people: it’s a video, give the girl credit, Helena is a good actress. She wasn’t having sex with me, she wasn’t my girlfriend, but she put that energy out so much so that people always come up to me, to this day, guys will come up to me and they go: “Hey! You’re the guy… who’s the girl in the video?” – I do know the place they’re going earlier than they begin – ‘Helena Christensen. I was in it, too, but that’s who you need to know,’” he recalled, noting, “But people thought that we were really lovers.”