With Pam Anderson Coming to South Coast Plaza, Can Borat Be Far Behind?
The last time I recall Pam Anderson being seen in Orange County, she was running away from Borat in the Block of Orange parking lot.
Despite that horrific memory, she's coming back--not only to Orange County, but the crown jewel of its shopping malls.
The former Baywatch babe will pop into the Sears department store at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa on Saturday, February 13, to pump her new fragrance, Malibu by Pamela Anderson. The busty actress is scheduled to sign autographs from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Anderson's Malibu (Blue) and Malibu Night (Pink) natural fragrances, from International Beauty Brands, "embody the free spirit, playful and passionate side of Anderson, and are sure to evoke the same traits in its customers." Available in 1.7- and 3.4-oz sprays, they retail for $39 and $49 respectively.
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Here's what else the Anderson flack machine is saying:
Malibu (Blue) "for flirtatious days," is an enticing sexy blend of juicy wild berries and zesty mandarin fruit lifted by sweet honeysuckle accents and blooming white florals. Coupled with ambered sandalwood, creamy caramel, rich vanilla bourbon and a touch of tantalizing praline, this sweet scent will complete your day's ensemble.
Malibu Night (Pink) "for sensual nights," combines tropical pomegranate, chocolate persimmon and illustrious glimmer with black orchid high-lites, sweet lotus and rich champacca flower with fresh vanilla violet, warm mahogany wood, patchouli and glowing amber to create a sensual scent that is sure to make nights memorable.
As long as I don't smell like Tommy Lee's, uh, drumstick bag.
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