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Oh My God! Now this is a striking transformation of Pamela Anderson! The sexy 47-year-old blonde bombshell has got a drastic makeover for No Tofu magazine. Getting inspired from the retro look, No Tofu's cover girl Pamela Anderson is looking just unrecognisable. Dressed in pieces from Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Dolce and Gabbana, Pamela Anderson is looking breathtaking in this new look for No Tofu magazine's Fall 2014 issue.
The Baywatch star is the covergirl of a new US-based film, fashion and music magazine No Tofu. The photoshoot was done by photographer Zoey Grossman and Pammy was styled by JAK. The stunning makeover is done by Adam Burrell.
Pamela who is going through a rough phase in her personal life opened up in the magazine interview. Pamela opened up about her on-off relationship with Tom Lee. Pammy said, "We still talk about how in love we were-for good and for bad reasons-and how we learned so much from each other. It's hard to settle for less than the fairy tale. [The marriage] blew up, and it hurt so bad because we were just unprepared and overwhelmed. Sometimes I'd see things [in the press], and it would crush me."
Pamela Anderson is currently in the news for taking back her divorce filed with Rick Salomon. Pamela married Rick Salomon and in early July, less than eight months after re-tying the knot with him, she filed for divorce. However, the on-off couple have sorted out their problems and Pammy doesn't want a divorce anymore. Pamela has filed a petition asking a judge to toss out the divorce filing.
"I acted out, self-medicated, but I got through it. I was desperate to find love again, and was convinced a few times that I could salvage a family... my boys grew up around a colourful crowd."
To find out more about the magazine, visit, NOTOFU