Pamela Anderson's striptease at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris was dubbed great by one of the audience.
When it comes to striptease, Pamela Anderson does the greatest. The mother of two gave 500 lucky people a special Valentine's Day treat Thursday, February 14 when she performed a striptease at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris.
The act, dubbed Pammy's European striptease debut, saw the former "Baywatch" star donned a sheer black body stocking and made her stage bow on the back of a motorcycle, performed a racy dance routine to the well known rock song "Harley Davidson" which was written for Brigitte Bardot by Serge Gainsbourg.
"She was great," one of the audience who saw Pammy's performance at the burlesque club known for its revealing dance numbers and theatrical shows, commented in a statement. "She was totally into it - it was impressive. And the crowd responded very warmly."
Did two shows and both were sold out, Pammy said she didn't even ask to get paid for it.
"This isn't for money," so she said. "It's just for the love of the art, and the Crazy Horse does it best. They have to cover their costs. They flew me over here. And I am very high maintenance."
Prior to her performance, Pammy issued an ultimatum, banned photographers and other members of the media from attending her striptease show and insisted the club enforced a strict door policy, refusing entry to journalists and photographers.
Speaking on that Valentine's Day press ban, the Crazy Horse cabaret's management said no journalists or photographers would be allowed in "on the request of Pamela Anderson".
Burlesque star Dita Von Teese and French actress Arielle Dombasle were the other two stars who had also performed at the Crazy Horse cabaret. The 500-seat theater tickets reportedly started at $300 per person.