Pamela Anderson will be on the cover of adult magazine Playboy for the 13th time, a record in the magazine’s 57-year history, but this time she will be offering a piece of her mind to the readers.
The New York Daily News has reported that the 43-year-old has penned a poem to accompany the eight-page nude pictorial in the magazine’s January issue.
The actress-turned-activist’s appearance comes 21 years after her first stint on the magazine’s cover and three years since she last graced its pages.
The ”Baywatch” star mimics actress Anita Ekberg’s famous scene in the 1960 Fellini film ”La Dolce Vita”, where her character cavorts in Rome’s Trevi Fountain in a slinky black dress.
Anderson, whose recent stint in the Indian reality TV show ”Bigg Boss” had grabbed headlines, wrote about politics and the new sexual revolution.
Urging politicians to “Put that money to good use,” Anderson ends by saying “May all your bombs be bombshells.”
Playboy readers will surely be appreciating to see the beautiful Anderson writing a poem in their favorite magazine.