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Jon Peters Once Tried to Talk Pamela Out of Doing Playboy

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Hugh Hefner put the star on the magazine’s cover a total of 13 times: “He really loved her and saw her beauty,” Peters says of the late publishing mogul.

I remember being in Hawaii with my partner Peter Guber and Peter saying, “Have you ever been to the mansion?” I had met Hefner in the early days — I would do hair for people who were in the magazine when I was a hairdresser in the Valley. I would meet these gorgeous girls who just tested for Playboy and they’d come in my shop and I’d do their hair. But I had never been to the mansion. So Peter set it up.

I walked in and saw this little angel sitting at the bar. It was Pammy. She was like 19. I knew she would be a big star. We ended up living together. Of course, Hefner loved her and saw her beauty. Pamela was a girl who with no makeup was gorgeous. She was very smart and very talented. I tried to talk her out of doing Playboy. I said, “Don’t do Playboy. Focus on a serious career.” She said, “You’re nuts.” She wanted to do Playboy, and she went on to do 13 covers.

I had total respect for him. People don’t realize. They think he was a playboy. He was amazing with the magazine and Playboy After Dark. The way he handled himself, he was a man ahead of his time. I identified with him because I was a guy who worked out of my house in my pajamas too. He was brilliant and very socially conscious. The last time I saw him was years ago. Every time I had a movie like Flashdance, I’d give it to him and he’d screen it and invite all of his friends and invite me over. He liked all of my movies, and he’d ask me to get him a copy.

As for Pammy: If I find someone to be really special, like an actress, they usually become very famous. I have a great eye for beauty, specialness. Leslie Ann Warren. Barbra [Streisand]. All the different women I’ve been with. Pamela was amazingly ambitious, knew what she wanted to do, how she wanted to do it. She was like the early Kardashians. She’s very smart. She raised two kids on her own. She was beat up all the time by that guy Tommy-whatever-his-name-was. I picked her up many times from her lawyer’s office and flew her up with her kids and hid her out in Aspen for a month because the guy was beating her up.

She made it through. She raised the kids. She’s got money. She’s got a career. She’s living in Paris. She’s the modern-day Marilyn Monroe. She’s just unique. And I think that’s why Hefner gave her 13 covers. He really loved her. And that’s how we met. It’s a lost chapter in Hollywood. There are no more Hugh Hefners, believe me.

source: hollywoodreporter.com

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Pam at the Balmain party in Paris

The launch of the new L’Oreal Paris X Balmain Paris lipstick collection at L’Ecole de Medecine on September 28, 2017 in Paris, France.
Photo: Pamela Anderson
credit: David M. Benett

Pamela Anderson looked to be back in good spirits on Thursday after mourning the death of Hugh Hefner earlier in the day.

The American sex icon, 50, pulled a series of funny faces as she exited the L’Oreal Paris X Balmain Paris lipstick collection at L’Ecole de Medecine in Paris, France.

Clearly proving she was having the time of her life, the star proved she was still as sizzling as her Baywatch days as she stunned in a form fitting metallic silver and black mini dress.

Unable to wipe the smile from her face, Pamela ensured all focus on herself as she made a sexy exit from the glamorous party.

The actress’ thigh-skimming garment gave fans a glimpse of her toned legs, which were lengthened by a pair of bondage-inspired black heels.
The clingy number hugged onto the contours of her sensational, toned physique.

The Balmain dress retails for an eye-watering $2,730 and is from the brand’s 2017 Autumn/Winter collection.

The beauty’s clutch, also by the brand, cost nearly as much as her dress, retailing at $2,182.

Pam’s signature blonde locks were perfectly tousled the same way they were as she skyrocketed to fame in the 90’s on Baywatch.

At the event, she was seen hanging with Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing as well as famed fashion photographer Ellen von Unwerth.

Earlier that day, Anderson attended Balmain’s fashion show for Paris Fashion Week, but kept her eyes covered with a pair of sunglasses.

The outing came after Pamela paid tribute to Hugh – who died of natural causes at the Playboy Mansion in the Holmby Hills neighbourhood of West Los Angeles on Thursday.

The Baywatch star broke down in tears as she bid farewell to the media mogul in an emotional Instagram video, which she accompanied with a poignant poem.

Pamela, who starred on the Playboy cover three times including her last nude shoot,, wrote in a poem: ‘Mr Hefner, I have so many thoughts, I have no brain right now to edit.

‘I am me because of you. You taught me everything important about freedom and respect. Outside of my family. You were the most important person in my life. You gave me my life. People tell me all the time. That I was your favourite.’

She continued: ‘I’m in such deep shock. But you were old, your back hurt you so much. Last time I saw you you were using a walker.

‘You didn’t want me to see. You couldn’t hear. You had a piece of paper in your pocket you showed me – with my name Pamela with a heart around it.’

The former Playmate went on to write: ‘Everything anyone loves about me is because you understood me. Accepted me and encouraged me to be myself.

‘You loved my boys. You were always, always there for us. With your love, your crazy wisdom. I will miss your everything. Thank you for making the world a better place.

‘A freeer and sexier place. You were a gentleman, charming, elegant, chivalrous And so much fun. Goodbye Hef … Your Pamela.’

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source: Daily Mail

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