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Pamela Anderson Posing for Playboy Cover Number 13


Our favorite blonde bombshell is back in business! Since her first cover in 1989, almost 22 years ago, Pamela Anderson, 42, will be back on the cover of Playboy. Anderson has already posed for Playboy magazine a total of 12 times, making her the all-time record holder.

Awww, her parents and kids must be so proud.

After a three year hiatus from posing nude (for Playboy anyway), her lucky number 13 cover will hit stands in January.

We got the scoop from Hugh Hefner himself, who tweeted the news the other day from the Playboy mansion. Pamela Anderson is in the Mansion swimming pool, posing for the January cover in a tribute to 'La Dolce Vita.'"

La Dolce Vita is a 1960's cult classic Fellini film which features Anita Ekberg frolicking around half-nude in Rome's Tevei Fountain in a slinky black dress. Never heard of it? Google it and you'll see why Anderson was chosen to play the role of Ekberg, even though her girls aren't "au naturel" like the original Hollywood beauty's assets.

This spread seems to come at a good time for Anderson who was hit hard by the downturn in the economy. Apparently, she was 1.2 million in debt just a short time back. See, even Baywatch beauties have had it tough.

But things do look like they're picking up. Anderson will also contribute to the upcoming book, "Playboy's Greatest Covers," which will feature approximately 300 original Playboy covers stretching back to 1953. Supposedly Anderson will be writing the foreword for the book, which is expected to be released in October of next year.

Written by K. Politis

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