Pamela Anderson is actually living around that commitment she designed to be considered a better mom. Pamela’s celebrating her 13th “Playboy” cover — take a look at why this can be considered one of her most superlative career moves.
43-year-old Pamela Anderson isn’t the oldest woman ever to seem in “Playboy” (that has been 55-year-old Terry Moore in 1984). The large record she’s breaking for the king of male mags is always that no one has ever scared — er, scored — the coverage 13 times before.
After introducing her, um, face to everyone in 1989, “Playboy” reportedly needed to close out the first year of this new decade within the January 2011 issue by bringing sexy extremely popular form of one of their most famous Playmates in recent history (since she’s actually style of been working this holiday season and is at the least somewhat highly relevant to headlines).
La Dolce Pam? There’s nothing Italian about her, but she says she is making a new vow where beauty is concerned — no more surgery:
“I’m not against plastic surgery, what I’ve had done will stay with me and that’s fine, but I don’t want anything else. I’ll do facials but I don’t want to go down the scary route and have knives plunged into me. I don’t mind aging. I’ve never been a classical beauty. I’ve always had that Playboy vibe. I don’t want to chase youth.”
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