Baywatch out for Pamela Anderson!

Pamela Anderson is in Copenhagen today on her second holiday to Denmark

July 28th, 2014 5:10 pm| by admin
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You only need to watch Pamela Anderson running in slow motion on a beach wearing her tight red swimsuit to understand why Baywatch became one of the most watched TV shows of all time.

Now in her late 40s, it seems that the former playmate turned PETA activist can still turn heads, as it became big news today that she is in Copenhagen.

She loved Copenhagen
Event manager Claus Hjelmbak, who is a long-time friend of Anderson, planned what will be her second visit to Denmark.

"I can only say that she loved Copenhagen the last time she was here, and since her and her husband Rick are in London these days, she asked if we should spend a few days sightseeing in Copenhagen and have a good time," he told Ekstra Bladet.

Hoping for some Danish hygge
He didn't specify what he had planned for his friend during the stay.

"We will see the city and eat some delicious food. We are both looking forward to some Danish hygge. And of course I love to show my famous friends some Danish design and Danish designers."

The last time Anderson was in Denmark was in 2011 when she attended a Style Mansion party, but she also spent some time writing autographs for fans in Fisketorvet shopping mall. If she does it again this time, expect an increase of daredevils jumping off the nearby cycle bridge in the hope that they will be rescued by CJ Parker.

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