Pamela Anderson is set to grace the cover of Playboy for the 14th time since 1990. The blonde bombshell and former Baywatch star took to her website to explain to fans that her newest shoot had been at the request of the magazine’s founder Hugh Hefner and would help raise funds for a good cause.
“I’ve just shot another Playboy cover that will debut in January for Hef, at his request — I adore him,” the 43-year-old said. “Playboy and I decided to do this, so I could donate earnings from the shoot to Waves for Water. It’s an amazing group that supplies water filters to countries that are in need of clean drinking water. It has already made a huge difference in Indonesia, Pakistan and Haiti.”
“Pamela Anderson is in the Mansion swimming pool, posing for the January cover in a tribute to ‘La Dolce Vita,'” Hugh Hefner wrote on his Twitter, referring to the classic 1960 Fellini film in which actress Anita Ekbeg romps in Rome’s Trevi fountain in a slinky black gown.