Who wants to smell like Pamela Anderson?

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No really, I’m asking – who in their right mind would want to smell like Pamela Anderson? You? And would you ever admit to it? Not only is it a new perfume by Pammy, but it’s also budget friendly! Here’s more from Off the Rack:

Juggling a shapely perfume bottle in each hand, Pamela Anderson, launched her much-anticipated first fragrances Malibu Blue and Malibu Pink in partnership with International Beauty Brands at the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. last night in signature sexy style. “Both fragrances are fresh, chic and luxurious — and totally inspired by the Malibu surf lifestyle that I love,” the former Baywatch babe told PEOPLE. “They are all-natural and embody my free spirit and passionate, ‘get in trouble’ side. Plus, the line is so affordable!” And cost was key for the actress, who wanted the products to be available in drugstores across the nation. “I am a drugstore whore,” Pamela continues. “I worship drug stores. You have to pull me out of them. My dream is for every woman to be able to go to her favorite drug store and buy an affordable fragrance which will make her feel sexy.” And the PETA advocate also made sure that the scents fit with her animal-friendly lifestyle. “Once we completed the product — the glamorous bottle, and the pink and blue packaging — and we were assured everything was ecologically perfect and cruelty free, I was ready to go for it,” she says, adding that a portion of proceeds will benefit the animal charity. Malibu Blue, which contains notes of wild berries and white florals, and Malibu Pink, which combines sandalwood, caramel and vanilla bourbon, range in price from $39 for a 1.7 ounce to $49 for a 3.4 ounce spray, and are rolling into stores now.


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