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Pamela Anderson after-party

She's behind you – well partly....

Published on December 20th 2010.

Pamela Anderson after-party

SHE is on stage for all of 15 minutes, but Pamela Anderson is making the most of her time in Liverpool.

Eschewing the so-called celebrity nightspots for the comely charms of alehouses like Ma Edgertons (Landlord: “Will that be one large jug or two?”) Pamela is the latest Hollywood sex siren to tread the boards in Liverpool.

Her cameo as the Genie in Aladdin at the Liverpool Empire comes hot on the Jimmy Choo heels of Kim Cattrall and her rather more energetic performance as Cleo at the Liverpool Playhouse in October.

In a Vivienne Westwood number bought this week in whistle-stop trip to Cavern Walks, with some of her reported £100k fee for the three-week run, Pammie turned heads when she breezed into last night's after-show party at the theatre.

Indeed, a cloud of blonde hair, coiffed earlier in the dressing room by no other than crimper to the stars Herbert Howe, was initially all that could be seen of the former Baywatch star who arrived amid an entourage of good-time-looking folks - Pammie's own motley crew.

Playboy pin-up Pam appears alongside Pete Price in the show. Nevertheless she appeared cheerful enough as she left the Veuve Cliquot to her mates and vanished in a puff of smoke from the party, little more than 15 minutes after getting there.

She has, after all, got a lot to cram in...

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Big DougsDecember 17th 2010.

Was there jelly? Were there rolls and baps?

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