Pamela Anderson looks unrecognisable in her new Netflix documentary as she reveals never before seen pictures before she found fame.
The blonde bombshell is set to spill intimate details of her infamous sex tape and open up on her whirlwind rise to fame with the release of the controversial new doc.
The former Baywatch babe will be the focus of Pamela, a love story, set to launch on the streaming site in the new year, where she vowed to be “raw and honest.”
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First stills from the documentary show the star as a young teen before her glamour transformation as she poses with brunette locks and no make-up while striking a playful pose with her tongue out.
Another snap sees the star looking stunning with platinum blonde locks, heavy eye make-up and a glossy pout as she poses in the 90s, during her rise to fame.
Using footage from the actor’s personal archives, the film will stand as an opportunity for Pamela, 55, to share stories about her life on- and off-camera.
The documentary will tell the story of Pamela’s rise to fame from Canadian girl next door to Hollywood pinup, and share never heard before details of her rocky romances and infamous sex tape scandal with ex-husband Tommy Lee.
The official description of the project reads: “In her own words, through personal video and diaries, Pamela Anderson shares the story of her rise to fame, rocky romances and infamous sex tape scandal.”
In 1996, Anderson and her former husband Tommy Lee had their sex tape stolen and sold across the internet.
This comes after the bombshell reportedly felt 'violated' by the Pam & Tommy Hulu series, which starred Brit actress Lily James and Sebastian Stan as Tommy and depicted how the beauty's career ended after her sex tape was stolen then sold.
Another sweet snap shows Pamela planting a tender kiss on one of her sons as a baby, while in the present day an emotional Pamela stares out to sea and takes dance lessons.
Pamela, a love story is directed by Ryan White, with Anderson's son Brandon Thomas Lee as a producer, alongside Jessica Hargrave and Julia Nottingham.
In March, Anderson announced the documentary by sharing a handwritten note, which read that she was “not a victim but a survivor.”
The note boasted a Netflix letterhead with a red lipstick kiss mark at the bottom and stated: “My life/ A thousand imperfections/ A million misperceptions/ Wicked, wild and lost/ Nothing to live up to /I can only surprise you /Not a victim, but a survivor /And alive to tell the real story,” the note said.
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