Pamela Anderson: “Being a blonde is just wonderful. When others do not expect anything from you, it’s very easy to surprise”
I’m not an actress. I do not consider myself an actress. I think I created a certain brand and a certain business.
Indeed, I do not particularly think about anything. I live in the present. I’m in constant motion. I do not reflect on what happened yesterday. If I start thinking too much, I fall into some kind of abnormal state.
It’s funny when I see myself on the list of the most tastelessly dressed celebrities. I’m not trying to dress fashionably. I know that there is something caricature in me.
Being a blonde is just wonderful. When others do not expect anything from you, it’s very easy to surprise.
For me, the perfect rest is the drapery of the rooms. I spend hours in the shops of any rags, buying accessories. I do all the drapery work personally, this is for me something like therapy.
Women accept friends as they are, but we say to men “Change!” Nobody changes, but, fortunately, we become more mature.
I have a silicone bust, and half of Hollywood has artificial faces.
I believe that at 40 the woman reaches the peak of her beauty, and after forty she is even more beautiful and sexy. I feel great.
I must admit, I’m proud of what I have achieved over the past 10 years. I managed to raise two beautiful children, a couple of times I got married and did not lose any taste for life, I managed to carry out all my plans. I look at women of my age and see that many of them do not have children yet, or they have never been married, or so many interesting things have not happened to them. And I had it all, and, you know, I’m glad that I have it all. Sometimes I’m scared, but I’m one of those people who always go ahead. So I never regret anything.