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Pamela Anderson Looks Absolutely Stunning on the Cover of Her New Memoir, Which She Calls a ‘Celebration of Imperfections’

Just last year, the highly-publicized marriage between actress Pamela Anderson, 55, and Mötley Crüe member Tommy Lee, 60, was detailed in a dramatic miniseries from Hulu, titled Pam & Tommy. And while many viewers were wowed by Lily James (Cinderella) and Sebastian Stan's (Fresh) complete transformation into the titular characters (and while the two even received Emmy noms for their performances), it seems that Anderson is looking to take her story into her own hands.

The former Baywatch star is set to release a new memoir through HarperCollins, titled Love, Pamela. And this past Wednesday, October 5, she unveiled the stunning cover for the book.

The black-and-white shot is '90s Hollywood glam: Anderson sports the iconic updo that became one of her signature looks at the peak of her career, and the statement, tile-shaped metallic earrings also serve as an understated '90s throwback.

“My Book ‘Love, Pamela’ is Now Available for Pre-Order,” Anderson wrote in the caption of her post, along with a red heart emoji. “It feels like some kind of miracle- to be retracing the painful steps of my youth.”

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In the rest of her caption, the model got candid about her process for writing the memoir. “I repainted scenes in detail if it were my childhood or at the playboy mansion,” she said. “Just one girls messy life. A celebration - of imperfections.”

Anderson also made it clear that she did not recruit any co-writers when it came to crafting the memoir, as she added, “The book is [an] unpolished attempt. I had no co writer.”

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Anderson closed by saying the book encapsulates “My life - as a mother, as an activist, and as an actress.” She added, “I am so proud of this book. XO Pamela.”

This isn't the only project Anderson has on the horizon. Back in March, she also teased that a Netflix special was on the way, with a handwritten note she shared to Instagram, written on the streaming service's stationery.

“My life,” she wrote. “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 & alive to tell the real story.”

We can't wait to read this book (and watch her documentary).

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