Pamela Anderson says she penned Britney Spears a ‘private letter’ to thank her for support

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Pamela Anderson says she reached out to Britney Spears privately after the pop star expressed public support for her.

Anderson’s memoir, Love, Pamela, and Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story, were both released last week, allowing the Baywatch alum to tell her story (versus others telling it for her or stealing and selling her image captured in private home videos). Spears took to Instagram and declared herself “such a fan” of the Playboy cover star and praised Anderson’s sons — including Brandon Thomas Lee, who produced the doc — for standing up for their mom.

Anderson, 55, told Entertainment Tonight Canada that when she heard what Spears posted, “I wrote her a letter back. Hopefully she’s received it by now, just a private letter.”

She suggested a common link between herself and the singer, who famously fought her father to end her conservatorship.

“It’s hard when the people closest to you betray you or use you,” the Barb Wire star said. “You’re like a moneymaker. It’s painful.”

In Spears’s post over the weekend, which has been deleted, she declared herself “such a fan of Pamela Anderson. She was the only sex icon at one time in America and she still is.” She said Anderson “gave me an understanding that people should support you exactly where you are in that moment of your life … unless cruelty rules the world.”

Spears was especially touched by the support Anderson’s sons, also including Dylan Jagger Lee, have shown their mother, including at the documentary screening on Jan. 30. Spears is estranged from her two teen sons, Preston and Jayden Federline. Their dad, Kevin Federline, sold an interview discussing that estrangement last year.

“I really respect the fact that her children stood up for her relating to the fact that people were trying to sell her story from the past,” Spears wrote.

Anderson’s interview with the media outlet also included a new response to Tim Allen’s denial that he flashed her on the set of Home Improvement when she was the “Tool Time” girl in the early ’90s.

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Pamela Anderson’s shocking career move after raw Netflix doc

Move over Brooklyn Beckham — there’s another celebrity set to show off their culinary skills.

Pamela Anderson, 55, has revealed she’s signed on to star in a new Food Network Canada series titled “Pamela’s Cooking With Love.”

The “Baywatch” babe’s surprise new career move was announced Monday — less than a week after the release of her hit Netflix documentary “Pamela, A Love Story,” in which she expresses uncertainty about her next showbusiness move.

But the famed vegan — who hasn’t eaten meat in more than 30 years — now seems settled on a career as a domestic goddess, saying the show will see her working with a variety of chefs on plant-based menus inside her Vancouver Island home.

“Creating elegant and inviting spaces that inspire a compassionate, calm and healthy environment has always been important to me and comes naturally,” Anderson said in a statement obtained by the Hollywood Reporter.

The busty blond could be eyeing an unlikely transformation into TV’s next lifestyle queen, à la Martha Stewart, given that she also recently wrapped “Pamela’s Garden of Eden,” a docuseries that saw her working with architects and designers to restore her grandmother’s property on Vancouver Island.

That show has been renewed for a second season, with Anderson set to film “Pamela’s Cooking With Love” and new episodes of “Pamela’s Garden of Eden” concurrently this coming summer.

Anderson is back in the public eye thanks to the new Netflix doc and her memoir “Love Pamela,” which hit bookstores last week.

In the tome, Anderson dives into her toxic relationship with her ex-husband Tommy Lee. The pair share two sons, Brandon, 26, and Dylan, 25.

“I’m not a victim, and I’m not the damsel in distress,” Anderson candidly writes. “I’ve made my choices in my life. Some obviously were made for me, but I’ve always been able to find myself again. And it’s created a strong person and a strong parent.”

The star also drops a range of other juicy tidbits in the tell-all, writing that she also allegedly saw Jack Nicholson having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion.

Anderson has been on the cover of Playboy more times than any other model and her career with the raunchy mag spanned 22 years. She first appeared as the cover girl for the October 1989 issue.

source: NY Post

Pamela Anderson’s Ex Kelly Slater Congratulates Her on Netflix Doc

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Kelly Slater is still a fan of his ex-girlfriend Pamela Anderson.

The 11-time World Surf League champion, 50, congratulated his former Baywatch costar and her family this week on the premiere of her Netflix documentary Pamela, a love story, in which Anderson, 55, looked back on her life, career and relationships, including one with Slater.

“Congrats to you guys. Look forward to watching. :)” Slater commented on a post by Anderson and Tommy Lee’s son Brandon Thomas Lee, who produced the intimate documentary.

In one candid confession from the film, Anderson admitted that she was still dating Slater during her 1995 whirlwind courtship with Lee, now 60, when they got hitched four days after meeting. The bride’s first call was to her new ex.

“I was dating Kelly Slater at the time, and I was supposed to go see him in Florida and meet his family,” she said, recounting the impromptu Cancún beach wedding. “My first phone call was to him to tell him I was married. He’s like, ‘What?!’ That was horrible.’ ”

Anderson had fond memories of her young romance with Slater, whom she met while starring together on Baywatch. “He was my big love, actually. He was such a sweetheart to me and so good to me,” she mused.

The former Playboy Playmate said that she “dated Kelly all the time,” and they “were together between lots of boyfriends and lots of girlfriends for him too, but it wasn’t just me.”

But Slater was a “free spirit,” Anderson said. “You couldn’t get your hands around him. But you don’t own anybody. Nobody owns anybody, and you just let them be who they are. Sometimes it’s better not with you.”

Anderson previously spoke to PEOPLE at the Los Angeles premiere of Pamela, A Love Story, explaining how personal the documentary and her Love, Pamela memoir were for her.

“Of course, it’s emotional for me,” Anderson says. “It’s just all these wonderful memories and hard memories too. But I wanted to go back into those feelings and feel those feelings.”

Pamela, a love story is now streaming on Netflix, and Love, Pamela is available wherever books are sold.

source: People

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