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Pamela Beaming w/ Pride After Raising Over $50k

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Pamela Anderson and her mom have mastered the art of looking like A MILLION BUCKS while raising a TON O’ CASH … all for an incredible cause.

The “Baywatch” star was front and center in Vancouver where she hosted a charity auction benefiting the Pamela Anderson Foundation. She also had a very sweet date in tow … her mom, Carol. The gals dressed to the nines for the special event.

We’re told tons of cool items were auctioned off … including signed jerseys from futbol stars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. No doubt those items hauled in a couple of sweet checks but gotta hand it to fashion photographer Raphael Mazzucco, whose career highlights includes shooting Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covers.

Mazzucco donated a piece dubbed “Beauty and Light.” Pam couldn’t resist posing next to it for a pic. But, we know why she’s REALLY grinning ear-to-ear — the piece fetched a whopping $30k!

BTW … the Pamela Anderson Foundation supports organizations that protect human, animal and environmental rights. The foundation’s been at it for 20 years. #KeepGrindingPam

source: TMZ

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Playmate to Politico: How Pamela Anderson Became an International Woman of Mystery

leftHeads, as they always do, turn when Pamela Anderson enters the room. Wearing a flirty Dolce & Gabbana polka dot dress and black Louis Vuitton pumps, the former Baywatch actress looks every inch the Hollywood star on holiday as she strolls into the lounge at the Sofitel in Marseille and settles at a table overlooking the old port city. But Anderson, who turned 50 last summer, actually lives just 15 minutes away, where she shares a home with her new boyfriend, French soccer star Adil Rami, 32.

Yes, that’s right, the onetime poster girl for Malibu (and red swimsuits) has decamped to the South of France, where for the past year or so she has transformed herself into a bombshell Zelig, forming an unlikely, even surreal network of friendships with a shocking range of influential — and sometimes infamous — world figures. If politics makes for strange bedfellows, Anderson is running an orgy. She’s become pals with everyone from GOP billionaire activist Sheldon Adelson (an old Malibu neighbor) to Bill Clinton (they partied together at the Vienna AIDS Ball) to kosher sex guru and former congressional candidate Rabbi Shmuley Boteach (they wrote a book; see page 94) and a slew of other movers and shakers from various corners of international culture (punk designer Vivienne Westwood, pop artist Jeff Koons). As a political figure in her own right — championing animal rights — she’s been invited to speak her mind at venues ranging from Oxford University (where she talked about veganism) to the Kremlin (where she spoke about Siberian tigers) to the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok (she gave a speech about endangered species).

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Pamela for annual BGC Charity Day in New York City

She’s known for her impressive cleavage.

And Pamela Anderson, 50, had it on full display as she put her philanthropic chops to work at BGC’s Charity Day in commemoration of 9/11.

The Baywatch star opted for a low-cut olive green dress that showed off her curves and hugged tightly to her ample cleavage.

The former Playboy model showed off her impressive figure in the fitted number that fell just below her knees.

She wore her blonde hair in a simple bun at the base of her neck and opted for the neutral makeup she has been sporting lately.

Just a few months ago, the actress looked unrecognizable as she debuted a make-under that showed off her naturally pretty features.

She completed her sexy ensemble with matching green pointed stilettos.

Anderson joined a host of other celebrities who also took part in the big day, with 100% of donations going to various charities around the world.

Every year on September 11th, in conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, the charity raises money for the Relief Fund as well as many other charities around the world.

They do so while honoring the 658 people who died during the tragic events of 9/11.

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Source: Daily Mail