Pamela Anderson, who has been married five times, has gone viral on TikTok for imparting her so-called wisdom over a sure-fire way to get someone to propose to you, and her fans swear that her advice is how they landed their spouses.
The 55-year-old actress shared her secret to getting married in the end credits of her Netflix documentary, “Pamela, a Love Story,” which came out on January 31. It makes salacious accusations against actors Tim Allen and Sylvester Stallone. Both have denied the allegations.
“The best way to get married is to tell someone, ‘I am never gonna marry you.’ Within six months you’re married, for sure. That’s what you do, okay?” she says in the credits. She added that just saying you don’t want to marry the person isn’t enough, “You have to mean it. Like you’ll never marry that person, never.”
TikTok user @cassiedianne shared a seven-second clip of the documentary on TikTok, writing in the caption, “Maybe this will work.”
@cassiedianne Maybe this will work #pamelaanderson #netflix #marriage #fyp ♬ original sound – Cassie
(Video Credit: Netflix)
The clip has been viewed over 880,000 times in the two days since it was posted, according to the Daily Mail. It has garnered hundreds of comments.
“I’ll try anything at this point,” one desperate person wrote.
Another laughably added, “William Shakespeare COULD NEVER be this wise.”
“Suddenly you’re a challenge to them. It’s so true,” someone else stated in agreement.
One person brought up Anderson being left in the will of one of her husbands, “NOTED! I’m taking her advice bc her ex husband put her in the will.”
Many remarked this was exactly how they landed their spouse.
Pamela Anderson defined a decade. Now she will define herself.
Pamela, a love story premieres January 31. pic.twitter.com/Chi1ofbwNv
— Netflix (@netflix) January 10, 2023
“This is true… I told my husband the night we met he was undateable and now we’re married,” one user remarked.
“I did this and now I’m married after six months too,” someone else wrote. “It wasn’t a game. I just thought I didn’t wanna be married. Now I’m happily married to my love.”
Another user said, “Ha! My husband said this!!! Key word husband.”
One user noted, “Worked for my parents. Lol.”
Another recalled how her spouse “proposed two weeks after I told him that if he proposes at this point [in] our relationship I’ll say ‘NO.'”
Of course, many noted that all of Anderson’s marriages ended in divorce. She may be great at telling someone how to get married, but she fails at staying that way.
The actress married Motley Crue rocker Tommy Lee in 1995, just four days after they met. They had two sons before divorcing in 1998. Anderson claims he’s the only man she was ever really in love with. She made a sex tape with Lee that embroiled Anderson in a scandal over it for years.
“Tommy [Lee] was the love of my life because he gave me two beautiful children,” Pamela Anderson told TODAY’s Carson Daly. pic.twitter.com/qQEER7S2Z4
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 3, 2023
Her next husband was Kid Rock, whom she married in 2006. That lasted four months.
Anderson married professional poker player Rick Salomon in 2007. That lasted two months and their marriage was annulled in 2008. He was the co-star in Paris Hilton’s sex tape titled, “1 Night In Paris.” She claims she ended the marriage after finding a crack pipe hidden in their Christmas tree. Salomon denies it.
The two remarried in 2014. They divorced a second time in 2015.
In 2020, Anderson married film producer Jon Peters. The marriage lasted less than two weeks. She claims they weren’t legally married. Peters asserts that he is leaving Anderson $10 million in his will.
The “Baywatch” babe’s latest marriage was to her bodyguard Dan Hayhurst. They tied the knot in December 2020. The marriage lasted less than a year.
Anderson appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday, stating that she hopes to marry a sixth time.
(Video Credit: Jimmy Kimmel Live)
“Do you think you’ll ever get married again?” Kimmel asked the actress.
“God, what a crazy question. I don’t know, I hope so,” she responded. “I still have a lot of life left.”
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