Pamela Anderson (Photo by Mitchell Gerber/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)

Pamela Anderson‘s ’90s style has seen a strong resurgence lately, thanks to the new Hulu mini series Pam & Tommy, and the hashtag #PamCore, which has been spiking on TikTok, with viewers recreating her Y2K outfits and beauty looks. And if you’re wondering how Anderson feels about her style renaissance, she’s embracing the love.

“It’s just been funny. I take it as a compliment,” Anderson said in a new interview with Vogue. “It’s funny, especially to see the fashion, because I’m like, ‘Okay, now everybody’s caught up!'”

As someone who doesn’t have TikTok and isn’t on social media, she said people have sent her a few posts, and thinks the appeal of “PamCore” comes from people wanting to recreate other’s style. “I think it’s become that more people are trying to be like other people, but in the ’90s, we were all just trying to be ourselves,” she told the publication. “Not too long ago, I decided I didn’t have to change, I just had to be more of me. And that was such a great feeling for me. That’s what we all need to do.”

Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee Hugging (Photo by Steve Starr/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)

As for the her signature cutoff crop tops, ultra low-rise skirts, pencil thin brows and messy updos, she says it didn’t take too much prep to create the look. “You know, all those outfits I threw together in the basement in like five minutes, Tommy [Lee] did my makeup half the time.”

While she later worked with professional stylists, she says she always loved creating her own looks herself because, “they’re fun, and not serious, and not trendy.”

It hasn’t just been TikTokers recreating the star’s style. A-listers like Lily James (who portrayed Anderson in the Hulu show), Kim Kardashian, Hailey Bieber, Kacey Musgraves, and Kylie Jenner have all channeled the actress by embracing latex, corsets, fuzzy hats, lace-up tops — all Anderson signatures.

Just last week, Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in a mock-neck skin-tight latex dress, with a ‘do notably inspired by the Barb Wire actress. “What do you guys think to this ’90s Pam Anderson inspired up do?” asked her go-to hairstylist Chris Appleton on Instagram.

After the Hulu hit, which was based off a 2014 Rolling Stone article and didn’t include Anderson’s involvement, the actress, activist, model, is taking control of the narrative by writing a memoir and working with Netflix on an upcoming documentary about her life.

Pamela Anderson is seen outside “Good Morning America” on March 23, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)

“I feel like it’s a really empowering story–it’s time,” Anderson told Vogue. “I’m doing it for a lot of reasons. I have my whole life to draw from.”

As if she didn’t have enough projects on her plate, she’s also making her Broadway debut in Bob Fosse’s iconic Jazz Age musical Chicago. Anderson will portray the lead role of Roxie Hart in an eight-week run beginning next month. “I’ve never had the opportunity to do anything at this level. I’ve always been a dancer and a singer in my head,” she shared. “I just had to do it…it was a leap of faith.”