The "Simple Life" alum says that had her sex tape been released today in the post-#MeToo era, she wouldn’t have been publicly shamed the way she was.
Pamela Anderson slips on the suit to surprise friends, she revealed in a new interview.
Pamela Anderson is tweeting about people “spreading lies” amid her split from fourth husband Jon Peters.
Anderson and Jon Peters dated 30 years ago but have now separated after less than two weeks as husband and wife.
The "Baywatch" star says she's a "lucky woman" after reconnecting with the producer and former hairstylist who once called ex Barbra Streisand "the love of my life."
Pamela Anderson is under fire after posting risqué photos of herself wearing a Native American headdress.
The actress, who turns 52 next month, traded in her red "Baywatch" suit for a ruffled black number and heels.
As Swedish authorities reopen their investigation into a rape allegation made against Julian Assange, Pamela Anderson is speaking out on his behalf.
Baywatch actor Pamela Anderson has once again handed her support to Julian Assange, who she has called the "world's most innocent man" in the wake of his imprisonment.
The former Baywatch star has called them 'an epidemic of ugliness', and said that appearing on them leaves stars feeling 'used, dirty, and with no feeling of accomplishment'.
Asifa and Bobby stopped by "The Morning Breath" and chatted about their unconventional relationship.
New York Fashion Week has finally come to an end, but not without celebrity kids taking over the runway.
Nev Schulman, the creator of MTV's "Catfish," and Laura Perlongo tied the knot last weekend, with Perlongo wearing two bridal bathing suits during the laid-back reception. But she's not the only one to wear a bridal swimsuit.
Jessica Lea Mayfield, a 28-year-old singer-songwriter from Kent, Ohio, shared her story of domestic abuse with her 7,000 Instagram followers Monday.
Lady Gaga is well-known for her luxurious mane of wild blonde tresses, but she recently added warm peach-toned highlights throughout her hair!“Like a summer peach, jus juicin’ xoxo, Joanne #joanneworldtour#rehearsal,” she captioned in a recent Instagram post. The 31-year-old normally opts for choppy layered locks, but seems to have added long, straight extensions to her mane — and her fans adore it!Many celebrities love to reinvent their image every once in a while, but mess with their signature look and they’re nearly unrecognizable. From Gwen Stefani’s bold lip to Ariana Grande’s signature half-up ponytail, here’s an ongoing look at celebrities without their trademark looks.Also see: Eminem looks almost completely unrecognizable with a beardLet us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
Melania Trump owns a closet full of fur clothing, but she’s made a new style decision — and former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson may have something to do with it. FLOTUS Melania Trump stopped wearing fur, possibly due to a gift from Pamela Anderson. “Dear Pamela,” the handwritten letter on White House stationery read.
At 49, Pamela Anderson is a complete knockout — and recently she proved she could still hold a room’s attention even while rocking a low-key look. The former “Baywatch” babe looked about a decade younger, fresh-faced and youthful as she opted for a no-makeup-makeup look at the 40th Best Award Ceremony in Paris. She pulled her iconic blonde locks out of her face and smiled girlishly all night — a vast difference from two years ago when she favoured heavy liner and over-plucked brows!ALSO SEE: The most shocking celebrity hair transformations!Click through the gallery to see other stars who underwent celebrity makeunders and now look more stunningly beautiful than ever!Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
Pamela Anderson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach might, on the surface, seem like they don’t have much in common considering the former is a Playboy covergirl and actress and the latter is a media personality and host of the TLC series Shalom in the Home. The pair teamed up to pen an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, published Thursday, in which they condemn pornography and blame it for choices made by serial sexter Anthony Wiener. The former New York congressman and one-time New York mayoral candidate just this week found himself once again in the spotlight for sending NSFW pictures of himself to an online paramour — including one in which his toddler son is asleep in bed beside him, an action that has now led to Wiener being investigated by New York’s Administration for Children’s Services.