Pamela at The Fashion Awards 2017

She is famed for her sensational curves and leggy displays when she raced across the golden sands as a busty lifeguard in the well-loved NBC series Baywatch.

And Pamela Anderson, 50, proved her beauty had stood the test of time at The Fashion Awards 2017 at Royal Albert Hall in Kensington Gore, London on Monday.

Upping the style stakes, the actress teased a glimpse of her cleavage in the gown as well as flaunting her tremendous legs in the perilous split slashed to her thigh.

Exuding sex appeal, Pammy flashed some serious skin as she wore her racy ensemble sexily off her shoulder.

Proving she’s still got it, the Playboy pin-up highlighted her phenomenal waist in the floor-length dress by bringing it in with a wide belt.

Accentuating her age-defying features, the Raw Justice star wore a shade of scarlet lipstick which added a splash of colour to her all-black ensemble.

Adding to her height, the golden-haired beauty slipped her feet into towering stilettos as she sashayed through the glamorous venue in Kensington.

For the finishing touches of elegance, the television sensation tossed her golden mane back to reveal her lavish drop pearl earrings.
The blonde bombshell first rose to fame as busty lifeguard C.J. Parker alongside David Hasselhoff in the hit television show Baywatch.

She enjoyed success as an actress between modeling gigs, and now champions animal rights through her nonprofit organization, The Pamela Anderson Foundation.

The beautiful model was flying solo at the event but she is believed to be dating football star Adil Rami, 31.

In recent weeks, Pammy gave a rare insight into her rare yet close relationship with Julian Assange, 46, on talk show Megyn Kelly Today.

‘I wouldn’t say it’s romantic, but we are very close,’ the American-Canadian model and philanthropist revealed.

She has been visiting the Australian at the embassy ever since their first meeting in September 2014.

The meeting was set up for Anderson to try to persuade Assange to back her new foundation, which supports women who are victims of sexual abuse.

Since then, she has become a regular guest and was even pictured bringing vegan cheeseburgers to the political prisoner in February.

Julian has been living in self-imposed exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy since June 19 2012, believing he will be extradited to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks if he leaves.

As for former romances, she was married to rocker Tommy Lee from 1995 to 1998 after knowing him for only four days.

The former flames share her only two children Dylan Jagger Lee, 19, and Brandon Thomas Lee, 20.

Pamela went onto marry Kid Rock in 2006 but they were separated in 2007.

In the same year, she tied the knot with Rick Salomon and despite a 2008 annulment she remarried him by 2014 but they parted ways for good in February 2015.

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source: Daily Mail

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Pam Anderson doubles down on controversial Weinstein victim comments

Pamela Anderson says Harvey Weinstein’s victims should have known better — and even after a backlash against her comments, she’s still not apologizing.

The former “Baywatch” babe appeared on Megyn Kelly’s NBC show on Thursday, telling her story of sexual abuse as a child and saying women shouldn’t blame themselves for being victimized.

She then seemed to contradict herself. When asked by Kelly about disgraced movie mogul Weinstein, Anderson stated, “I think it was common knowledge that certain producers or certain people in Hollywood [were] people to avoid, privately. You know what you’re getting into if you’re going into a hotel room alone.”

When Kelly countered that many of the actresses were sent by their agents, Anderson responded, “They should have sent somebody with them. I just think there’s easy ways to remedy that. That’s not a good excuse.”

Anderson also said in the interview that she had been offered private auditions, condos and even Porsches. “Don’t go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave. Things that are common sense. I know Hollywood is very seductive and people want to be famous and sometimes you think you’re going to be safe with an adult in the room.”

As her comments provoked outrage, Anderson doubled down on Friday on her website. “I’m trying to tell women . . . be proactive as an adult who knows better — in defending themselves. Don’t get in cars with strangers . . . Don’t go to Hotel rooms alone for an audition.”

She continues, “To say I am victim blaming completely misconstrues my point. Victims are not to blame, they never are . . . predators are always to blame — solely and entirely. That doesn’t mean we can’t take common sense measures to keep ourselves safe and avoid harmful situations.”

Anderson, who is best, best pals with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, further claims people are after her because they are ­“anti-Wikileaks — and they probably want to discredit me.”

Source: Page Six

Pamela Anderson Slammed for Saying Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Knew What They Were ‘Getting Into’

Pamela Anderson faced backlash for comments she made about Harvey Weinstein’s accusers during an interview on Megyn Kelly Today on Thursday, November 30.

After discussing her own experience with childhood sexual abuse, the Baywatch alum, 50, said, “When I came to Hollywood, of course I had a lot of offers to do private auditions and things that made absolutely no sense. [It’s] just common sense: Don’t go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave. These [are] things that are common sense. … It was common knowledge that certain producers or certain people in Hollywood are people to avoid, privately. You know what you’re getting into if you’re going into a hotel room alone.”

Anderson went on to say that the women who have accused Weinstein, 65, of sexual misconduct “should have” brought their agents or assistants along with them rather than meeting with the film producer alone. “I just think there’s easy ways to remedy that,” she said. “That’s not a good excuse.”

More than 80 women, including actresses Rose McGowan and Gwyneth Paltrow, have come forward against Weinstein with allegations of sexual harassment or assault since The New York Times published a damning exposé in October. The former executive, who has denied “any non-consensual sex” claims, was subsequently fired from his company and expelled from professional associations including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In addition, his wife of nearly 10 years, fashion designer Georgina Chapman, announced in October that she was leaving him amid the scandal. There are ongoing criminal investigations in cities including Los Angeles, London and New York City into Weinstein’s alleged behavior.

After being slammed on social media for her remarks, Anderson took to Instagram to stick up for herself. “Somebody had to say this,” she wrote on Friday, December 1. “I’m a deep thinker / I have a unique perspective. and consequence is part of my life. This is great. I am also an advocate for men. I just don’t agree with it all. Backlash is good. – I like this. My position is not ‘problematic’ because I don’t fall in line with the common herd or trend. … I think it’s very smart to be proactive. And I stand by what I say.”

source: US

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