Age is just a number. Pamela Anderson, 55, perhaps understands this all too well. Ever since she first surfed on California beaches some 3 decades from now, Anderson has experienced the adversities of being an intense feminine model for magazines like Playboy. Recently letting the world view her life from her own lenses, the Baywatch actor published her memoir, Love, Pamela. Multiple marriages, a leaked sex tape, and a raw story of the woman from the 90s viewed as a sex symbol comprise Anderson’s celebrity life in general.
But despite it all, she has admittedly learned the art of embracing life with all its tender yet unrestrained episodes. And the best example to substantiate this is the fact that even after 5 divorces and a few more relationships, she still remains hopelessly romantic. She would apparently talk about it while promoting the Netflix documentary Pamela, a love story in all its glory, and we are here to make sure you do not miss it.
Pamela Anderson remains a proud hopeless romantic till the very date
Whilst at Jimmy Kimmel’s live show, the host asked if she wishes to walk down the aisle once again. To this, she first gave an unsure reply saying that she hopes to but doesn’t know. Kimmel, not so satisfied with her answer, once again asked the question and this time, she replied, “I hope so. I don’t know, I still have a lot of life left.” So it is safe to assume that the 55-year-old is still up to attach herself to someone truly genuine. She looked beautiful in a black sleeveless gown and we have no doubt that Anderson can still find her perfect match.
Notably, Anderson first tied the knot in 1995 with drummer Tommy Lee with whom she shares 2 sons. After her first divorce, she went on to marry in 2007, and again in 2014, after a short-term annulment to the same person. She would then marry director 2020 when she tied the knot with director Jon Peters, which lasted for 12 days and never went official. The last she walked down the aisle was in 2022 when she confessed “I do” to her bodyguard. It lasted for a year. Notably, she would then go on to write in her memoir that each of her partners was macho and volatile.
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Have you read her memoir yet? What are your thoughts on it? If you haven’t, you can always get your copy here.