Meet the billionaire who’s trying to woo Pamela Anderson

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Pamela Anderson may be getting bored with her soccer star boyfriend Adil Rami, and her friends couldn’t be happier about it because it’s freeing her up for a potential new billionaire beau, Russian-British newspaper magnate Evgeny Lebedev.

“Evgeny Lebedev has been trying to sweep her away for years,” a source close to Anderson, 51, told Page Six Friday. “They share a love of arts and have many intellectual interests in common. Pamela’s friends think he’s better suited to her — but she’s still living out her experience respectfully with Adil. She believes in Adil. It’s very sweet.”

Anderson has been dating Rami and residing in France since last summer.

The source said Rami, 32, is “on the party circuit” with his teammates to celebrate their World Cup victory, but Anderson isn’t interested in nightlife.

“Pamela wants nothing to do with clubs. She’s turned off by juvenile behavior. She respects his need to celebrate the win, but this behavior cannot last,” the insider said. “Pamela has been with some truly brilliant men in her life, so the consensus among her friends is how can this soccer player really sustain her interest? Pamela bores easily.”

Evgeny, the 38-year-old owner of the London Evening Standard and The Independent, has been sending the “Baywatch” starlet private jets and romantic texts, the source said, as well as buying her art and flowers.

“He frequently sends invitations to Italy and England,” the source added.

Anderson’s high-profile friends, including director Luke Gilford and rumored past paramour WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, are trying to get her to dump Rami before they get too serious.

“Julian Assange is also no fan of Adil,” the source sniffed. “In fact, before he was isolated and cut off from Wi-Fi and outside communication, he introduced Pamela to Croatian philosopher Srecko Horvat. Julian’s position is if he can’t have her, he wants her to be with someone smart and interesting.”

As for why Anderson’s inner circle won’t support her relationship with Rami, the source alleges that the footballer is a “manchild” who’s a bit too similar to some of Anderson’s infamous exes.

“Adil is so jealous and Luke worries that Pamela will continue to turn down good film projects because of jealous men in her life,” the source explained. “Adil is highly controlling and does everything in his power to seclude and isolate her from her circle of friends.”

Her pals’ influence may just be working: Last night, Pamela unfollowed Rami on Instagram, though a source close to the actress says they’re still together … for now.

Lebedev did not immediately return a request for comment.

source: Page Six

Pamela Anderson Joins ‘Dancing With the Stars’ in France


Pamela Anderson is dusting off her dancing shoes!

The Baywatch star is set to join the cast of Dancing With the Stars for a third time — this time, on the French adaptation, Danse Avec les Stars. French TV network TF1 shared the announcement on their website and Twitter account, and Anderson confirmed the news in an Instagram post on her page.

“I have never danced but have been offered roles on Broadway. I seem to be fated to take on this challenge,” Anderson is quoted in her Instagram caption. “My kids have always come first. And there was just no time for film or theatre. Now that they are grown. I’m ready to take on more artistic roles.”

Anderson previously appeared on Dancing With the Stars’ American iteration (which, along with the French show, is based on the British dance competition series, Strictly Come Dancing) in season 10, performing alongside DWTS pro Damian Whitewood. After being eliminated sixth during that season, she returned for Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars in season 15, but was the first competitor to be eliminated.

“Dancing is such a great way to express yourself, and get in shape,” Anderson said in her announcement on Tuesday. “I am emotional just when I think of dancing – I have so much inside to give – it will save me.”

And the French connection in the model and actress’ latest DWTS venture should come as no surprise. Anderson is currently living in Marseilles with her boyfriend, French soccer star Adil Rami, with whom she is “madly in love,” according to her Instagram caption. In fact, a source close to Anderson and Rami recently told ET that “they are not currently engaged, but things are definitely headed in that direction for the couple.”

Rumors swirled after Anderson, 51, was spotted wearing a diamond ring — on her right hand — while supporting 32-year-old Rami during the World Cup tournament. Rami and his countrymen ended up winning the World Cup for France and Anderson said her beau has been on a “whirlwind celebration tour” following the triumphant final win over Croatia.

“It is a diamond Cartier Panther ring and it has a very special meaning between them,” the source said of the ring at the time.

The source also told ET that “their love is one that is very private, precious and personal. Pamela has never been so private about a relationship before, it’s different than all the others. She’s learned that being public from the get-go doesn’t always work out in the long run.”

source: ET Online

Pamela Anderson answers your DMs about sex and love

Love is complicated, right? As if it wasn’t confusing enough, in the information era it’s become more and more complex – we might be just one swipe away from the lover of our dreams, but maybe we’re overloaded by options. While hooking up is undoubtedly easier than ever, the acceleration of technology has left some people confused about what they really want, and who with.

We invited Pamela Anderson – iconic actress and beacon of sensuality, sensitivity, and sexuality – to come onboard as our guest sex and relationships editor, answering Dazed readers’ questions about self-esteem, threesomes, and what to do if your partner is overly dependent. We had a lot to get through (thanks to everyone who submitted!). We’ve taken out the Instagram handles and email address to protect the askers’ privacy and personal relationships, but each question published below comes from a different Dazed reader.

I’m with a boy who is going through an ‘asexual’ period, and I would like to know how to help him feel sexual again.

Pamela Anderson: I heard that this is an epidemic. Or maybe it’s an evolution in the age of technology and germ phobias. Does he watch a lot of explicit pornographers or video games? Does he feel numb? Is he sure of his sexuality? Too much masturbation or fantasies about cyber film stars or video games like Fortnite seem to be an addiction. Wasting time. Is YouTube taking up his time? It’s a confusing time with so much access to so much visually. I guess you must be brave – experiment with getting his attention. But don’t blame yourself. Does he share what he fantasises about? What gender? What are his fears?

Being a lover is vulnerable, especially to a sensitive person. An empath dives deep and can get depressed, and some are just afraid of love. We share our souls forever with someone we share our bodies with, and that can be scary. A computer has no attachment. And multiple bodies to look at to get excited about. It’s a dangerous time for good sex. We must do all we can to keep human connections – we are stronger in pairs. Maybe have this conversation with him as a caring friend. And look for love and a great lover who isn’t afraid somewhere else.

What was the process like, to build self-esteem and security for yourself, being conscious of all those faux stereotypes and ideas about you? I’m interested in the atmosphere that gets created around women who carry a beauty that often gets criticised somehow, as though people can’t feel, love, or have their own convictions.

Pamela Anderson: Well, I am a woman first. I was raised by fun-loving women who enjoyed all aspects of love and loving, romance and good sex. It was modelled for me on their voracious behaviors. They were beautiful and bubbly and enjoyed life. I don’t think about my image or my past. When men try to put me on a pedestal, it’s the worst. It’s isolating and lonely to be so protected. It’s also someone that will cheat eventually. Thinking you are too perfect makes men insecure and have to seek attention from others. I just want to walk hand in hand through the streets and kiss and laugh and love. But some men have a fear of treating me as a normal girl. This is what I want more than anything.

What’s your opinion on doing threesomes, groups, or ‘sex clubs’ with your partner?

Pamela Anderson: I have never had a threesome or group sex in a positive way. But to each their own. All my lovers were too jealous. Except for maybe one that fantasised about me being with a woman and watching us. It sounds tempting sometimes. But I’m too romantic. I don’t enjoy sex without love and commitment. It’s not mechanical or to show off. It’s about intimacy and sharing secrets.

Dear Pam, my boyfriend is the nicest person I know and I love him a lot. However, he’s 41, and although he eats relatively healthy, he’s not active and hasn’t taken care of his body since we started dating six years ago. Context: we’re both guys, I’m 27, and I’ve had the body of Britney Spears circa Y2K since puberty, so I don’t know what he’s going through. I want a hunky dude and I want it to be him! How can this be managed?

Pamela Anderson: You must be honest. Like you’d want your best friend to be with you. Go to the gym together. Take long walks. Go vegan. It’s better for his health. And I’m sure things will get better. Being vegan is an aphrodisiac diet. It’s a win-win. Meat makes you impotent and unhealthy. Hopefully he’s not on the computer or video games all day. That will change your body. A man with a flabby butt from sitting all day is not attractive. This creates an unattractive body. I’m not a fan of this lifestyle – it’s boring.

I’m in an overly dependent relationship, my partner is really needy. How do I break up with them?

Pamela Anderson: You must… or seek therapy. Unhealthy attachments and jealousy destroy all. And it’s crazy-making.

Someone in the bedroom says, ‘do something kinky’. What do you do?

Pamela Anderson: It’s up to them to be more specific. Sex toys can be fun.

How do you tell if someone wants you for your brains, and not just your body?

Pamela Anderson: Well, you need someone to love both. The mind is the most erotic part of the body. Stimulate my mind and the body follows.

What is your opinion on having a boyfriend and sugar daddy at the same time? Morally wrong or financially smooth for a young, broke millennial?

Pamela Anderson: I’m not an advocate of this. One man at a time is all I can handle. Plenty of sugar daddies out there. I can’t make love to someone I’m not attracted to. Not any amount of money or presents are worth it.

How can I start a polyamorous relationship successfully?

Pamela Anderson: Move to Utah? I recently met a woman who has a husband and a lover in the house. They all raised the kids together. It’s never been different, it’s a personal choice. They are happy but there is no way I could do it.

Like you, I like to show how sexy I am, but I’m tired of receiving unsolicited dick pics from men in my DMs. How do I make idiots understand that I ain’t looking for their attention?

Pamela Anderson: Block and delete.

source: DazedDigital.com

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