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Pamela Anderson and her 'friend with benefits'

20 October 2013, 06:53

Los Angeles - Pamela Anderson says she and ex-husband Rick Salomon are "friends with benefits".

The Baywatch babe was recently spotted frolicking with her former spouse - whom she split from after just two months - while on a beach holiday in Biarritz, France, earlier this year and she has now confirmed they have rekindled their romance.

Speaking on Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said, "I say we're best friends ... with benefits. I don't want to meet anyone else."

"Recycling" husbands

The 46-year-old star remained good humoured as host Ellen pointed out that she also continued to see former husbands Tommy Lee - with whom she has two sons, Brandon, 17, and Dylan, 15 - and Kid Rock after ending the respective relationships.

Pamela joked, "It's recycling! No, I'm very happy. We're happy. He's a great guy."

Two month marriage

Pamela wed Rick in October 2007, but filed for divorce just two months later. The couple's marriage was annulled in March 2008 with "fraud" cited as the reason.

The 45-year-old film producer was previously married to Beverly Hills, 90210 actress Shannen Doherty.

Rick co-starred in Paris Hilton's infamous 2004 sex tape, while Pamela was left red-faced when a sex tape of her and first husband Tommy Lee - filmed on their honeymoon - emerged in 1995.

Watch the interview with Ellen below:

- BangShowBiz


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