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Pamela Anderson says she gained 25lbs while writing her memoir Love, Pamela

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Pamela Anderson revealed that writing her upcoming memoir 'Love, Pamela' without the help of a ghostwriter took a physical toll on her.The Baywatch star, 55 — who's famous for her sensational bikini body — told Howard Stern in a new interview on Wednesday that she gained 25 pounds in the process of writing the book. 'It was crazy, but I had a physical reaction to telling my story.

It was almost like I was hanging on to something — It was protective… my puffy suit of armor,' the Playboy beauty stated. A toll: Pamela Anderson revealed that writing her upcoming memoir 'Love, Pamela' took a physical toll, and caused her to gain 25lbs; (L) Pictured 2022, (R) Pictured in 2005'I don’t know what it was — I was thinking it was some kind of protection,' she further added. 'It wasn't like I was eating any different, I'm vegan, I eat nuts and berries, you know, I don't eat a lot.

But my body was changing,' she went on. The Canadian superstar also told the shock jock that the weight dropped after she finished writing her story.

Physical reaction: The star, 55, told Howard Stern in a new interview: 'I had a physical reaction to telling my story. It was almost like I was hanging on to something - It was protective… my puffy suit of armor' The Barb Wire star said she wondered whether the changes were simply due to 'just getting old,' and that even her mom asked why she no longer showed off her figure.'I just felt like, "What figure?" You know, I was just kind of joking,' she added.'I was a mess at that time, so I kind of liked that I peeled back everything: No makeup, nothing like that, and I thought, "You know what?

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