Pamela Anderson is still in England where she’s bundled up against the winter weather. The Baywatch babe made her way to the Empire theater wrapped up in a faux fur coat.
You just know she’s wearing something very skimpy underneath that coat.
Liv Tyler walks her dog Neal in the snow of the West Village
neighborhood of Manhattan.
Leo DiCaprio’s lady Bar Refaeli in a tiny bikini in Mexico.
Actress Josie Goldberg on South Beach wearing a two-piece bathing suit.
The former Playboy model was seen taking a walk by the shore on Miami Beach.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman sitting in the front watching the Chicago
Bulls vs. New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, NYC.
Jerry Hall and her daughter Elizabeth Jagger open the annual Harrods
winter sale at Knightsbridge in London, UK.
Pamela Anderson spotted arriving back to her hotel in Liverpool, UK.
Heidi Klum and Seal with their kids at the park in Beverly Hills, CA.
Jennifer Love Hewitt goes for brunch in Studio City, CA.
Rob Lowe attends the NFL game between the Indianapolis Colts and the
Oakland Raiders at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, CA.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi spend the day shopping in Gustavia,
Pamela Anderson is forty-three years old but that doesn’t mean she’s ready to hang it up just yet.
The blonde bombshell is going to be in Playboy magazine, again, landing the cover of the upcoming January issue.
This will be the fourteenth time the Baywatch babe will front the magazine and according to her website, it was at the request of Playboy’s founder Hugh Hefner.
Anderson, who is well known for her work with animal rights organization Peta says she teamed up with Playboy to donate the earnings from the photo shoot to Waves of Water, a charity that supplies water filters to people in countries that in desperate need of clean drinking water.
Anderson’s latest advert has been banned in Canada.
The 43 year
old Canadian star only found out it was dropped when she had arrived in
Montreal to promote the advert for animal protection group PETA.
Deemed as being sexist, the image shows Anderson pictured in
a bikini with names of animal body parts drawn on her skin with the slogan “All
animals have the same parts”
Pamela spoke out about the ban with the statement – “In a
city that is known for its exotic dancing and for being progressive and edgy,
how sad that a woman would be banned from using her own body in a political
protest over the suffering of cows and chickens”
Quite right, and the same goes for using her body covered
with milk to advertise an Australian internet company… which also was banned
recently after hundreds of complaints.