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Playboy model-turned-actress Pamela Anderson has stirred controversy over her famous looks - after ejecting photographers from an event when they refused to shoot her with a flattering flash.
The 42 year old was glammed-up and photo-ready for her fragrance launch in Miami, Florida at Saturday's Make-a-Wish Ball.
However, her manager Peter Asher requested photographers shoot her only with a "ring flash", known to eliminate shadows and imperfections.
According to the New York Post, Asher banned all lensmen without a ring flash from the event, prompting several photographers to walk out.
Anderson's spokesperson confirms the star made the request, telling the New York Post the flash requirement "is something Pamela wanted".
However, organisers at Make-a-Wish are attempting to cool down the controversy, adding: "In-house photographers were told to use the ring light, but our red carpet was issue-free." »
Momlogic asks her to explain herself.
Pamela Anderson caused a stir when she had a young girl hold the train of her dress on the red carpet over the weekend. Was this child labor? A human fashion accessory? What?!
"Included in Pamela's party was her friend and legendary makeup artist, Sharon Gault, who brought along her young daughter Adelaide to join in the celebration for her God Father [sic], David Lachapelle. Pamela has known Adelaide since birth and they are close.
"Pamela was wearing a Vivienne Westwood dress which had a long train. As Pamela was preparing for the red carpet, Adelaide asked if she could carry the train. Everyone thought that would be fun and Pam agreed. »
Gordon Waller (right) with partner Peter Asher in the 1960s. Gordon Waller of Peter and Gordon, one of the top bands of the 1960s British rock groups, died from cardiovascular disease over the weekend. He was 64 years old. In the 1960s, he and Peter Asher were among the most prominent of the British Invasion groups to take America by storm. With their gentle style of warbling love songs, the duo made an immediate hit. Several of their top songs, including their signature tune A World Without Love, had been written for them by Paul McCartney. The duo broke up in 1968 but the parting was amicable and Peter and Gordon were in the midst of their latest reunion concert tour when Waller passed away. For vintage video click here »
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Sixties popstar Gordon Waller of the British duo Peter And Gordon has died at the age of 64. The Scottish-born singer passed away on Friday at the William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut after suffering a cardiac arrest on Thursday evening. In a statement posted on their official website, musical partner Peter Asher said: "Gordon played such a significant role in my life that losing him is hard to comprehend - let alone to tolerate. "Gordon remains one of my very favourite singers of all time and I am still so proud of the work (more) »
- By Lara Martin
4 items from 2009
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