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Wednesday, 25 April 2012

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Pamela Anderson, 44, says that cellulite removing creams do not work. (Photo by Gary Busey).

WEST HOLLYWOOD - Pamela Anderson was recently interviewed by iRumors at an IHIPHOP Soul Food Restaurant in West Hollywood.

Anderson sat at the bar in a zebra striped tube top and matching short shorts as she spoke with reporter Taffeta Kixx. She was asked if she planned on making any more movies. The 44-year-old ex-Baywatch blonde babe replied that she did not think so.

Kixx asked her if she had been offered any movie parts. Pamela smiled as she took a bite of her ham hocks sandwich and shook her head no.

She added that it has become very difficult for her to compete for starring roles with the likes of younger Tinsel Town starlets like Kristen Stewart (K-Stew), Nina Dobrev (Nin-Do), Vanessa Hudgens (Van-Hud), and Mila Kunis (Mil-Ku).

Anderson then confessed to Miss Kixx that having dated guys like Tommy Lee, Kid Rock, Fred Durst, Usher, Rick Salomon, and Gary Busey really took a lot out of her mentally, emotionally, physically, politically, sexually, and geographically.

The Canadian-born actress also pointed out that her nude posing days are all now behind her. She noted that Mother Nature has really done a number on her thighs and that she has tried the best cellulite removing cream that money can buy and it has all been to no avail.

Pamela did reveal that she has been offered an acting role to star as Reese Witherspoon's mom in the NASCAR motion picture set in the South titled Left, Left, Left.

In Political News. Ron Paul has revealed that Sarah "Snowballs" Palin asked him if he wanted for her to campaign in his behalf. He reportedly replied, "Hell no!" and that he would much rather have someone who isn't as hated as she is such as Metta World Peace, Chelsea Handler, or Ann Coulter.

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