Pamela Anderson Hits the Paris Runway For Vivienne Westwood

03/06/2009 at 06:00 PM ET

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Baywatch beauty Pamela Anderson left the sandy beaches of California behind and strutted her stuff on the Parisian catwalk in Vivienne Westwood’s ready-to-wear show today. The actress, who is the face of Westwood’s current campaign, showed off three very different looks from the designer’s collection — one even had what appeared to be angel’s wings! — before taking a final bow with Westwood herself. While we can’t imagine Pam wearing the long, figure-hiding black skirt off the catwalk, we can totally see her rocking the short-shorts, knee socks and T-shirt look. Tell us: What do you think of Pam’s Vivienne Westwood runway debut?

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Tiff on

Trashy as ever.

Sherri on

Pamela looks great but I’m not sure about the clothes.

jaci p on

ridiculous.

Kat on

What a mess! Literally…a mess! Enough said.

tf on

I think that she looks ridiculous. Its just not becoming.

Constance on

This is a total disgrace to the fashion industry :/

Red on

She is not very classy and not much to look at.

Nessa on

She needs to go away asap!!! What an old hag!

Casey on

She looks terrible! I would never wear anything she has on EVER! I would like to think that I have a bit more class than she does?

Honky the Nihilist on

She is fugly. Will she please die of Hep C already?

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