Friday, July 11, 2008 | 3:49 p.m.
While on Australian television's controversial Big Brother series, guest star Pamela Anderson issued a string of denials about her love life.
She denied she’s in a romance with Vegas-based Mindfreak magician Criss Angel after they were photographed "making out" at her LAX nightclub birthday party here. She denied she's reunited with her former husband, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, and that they are getting remarried. She also denied that her bountiful bust-line has been surgically reduced or that it's in danger of "caving in."
Provocative princess of pulchritude Pamela said: "Tommy is a priority and a focus. After all, he is the father of our two sons. But we have not reconciled as a former married couple and we aren't planning that." In an interview as part of the down-under Big Brother TV show, she added: "Tommy and I are a package deal and we will always be together. I'm not dating anybody else for now, but we’re not back together in that sense. We are just great friends and will be that way for always."
She revealed that she'd flown with their two children to Charlotte so the family could spend her birthday together. "He's on tour with Motley Crue," Pamela said. "I probably won't see much of him this summer so we thought it would be good to all be together for my birthday. The kids gave me four pairs of new Louis Vuitton shoes -- and I love them!"
The former Baywatch star, who performed the splits on the Big Brother show to demonstrate how fit she is at 41, also talked about the headlines that raced around the world after she was photographed kissing and feeding cake with her fingers to upcoming Cirque du Soleil Luxor headliner Criss Angel. "We are good friends -- but there is no romance," she said, defiantly. "Those are just rumors and we both deny them."
Australian reports said she was paid a half-million dollars for her three days of "imprisonment" in the Big Brother house -- and that, ironically, one of the sponsors who shelled out the big bucks was the KFC fast-food restaurant chain. As the shapely spokeswoman for PETA, she kicked up a furor protesting chicken cruelty at KFC restaurants, but she told reporters she had no idea KFC was the TV show's sponsor.
She was just as angry about the Australian newspapers that have written extensively about her bust. "Contrary to all the stories here, they are still the same. They have not shrunk. They are not in danger of caving in, as one doctor has predicted. They have not been surgically reduced," she stated. Then, looking down her dress, she laughed: "They’re still all there in great shape and still making good money." Pamela returns stateside this weekend to continue hosting her new upcoming summer reality cable TV series. It will include her Big Brother Australian antics and the mock pinup calendar shoot by the contestants of her sexy swimsuit stretch-outs on a car strategically positioned against a "Vegas SuperNova" sign.