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James Franco interviews Pamela Anderson for final Playboy cover story

Published 09/12/2015

Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson is pretty sure one of her sons were conceived at the infamous Playboy mansion.

James Franco interviewed Pamela Anderson for her final Playboy striptease piece.

The actress has appeared nude in the men's magazine many times but her cover shoot in the upcoming January/February issue will be her last as the publication's bosses move forward with plans to scrap their naked models.

And to accompany her stylish Ellen von Unwerth shoot, The Interview star Franco, a frequent Playboy contributor, agreed to play interviewer.

During their chat, Anderson reminisced about her first Playboy shoot in 1989 after she was spotted at a football game.

She recalled, "The cameraman zoomed in on me and everyone screamed and yelled, so they brought me down to the 50-yard line.

"I was wearing a Labatt Blue T-shirt, and Labatt ended up giving me a commercial. From there, Playboy called and flew me down (from Canada). I'd never been on a plane before."

And Pamela admits she was far from confident when she stripped off for Playboy for the first time: "The photographer shot me in one roll of film because I was nervous and throwing up. But then I saw the pictures, and from there it was hard to keep my clothes on."

And the former Baywatch babe, who was 22 when she first posed for the magazine, admits she also became a huge fan of the Playboy Mansion, where publisher Hugh Hefner, one of her closest friends, lives.

Telling Franco she'll never kiss and tell about what she saw at the Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles, Pamela does however reveal, "I'm sure one of my sons was conceived there."

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