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Pamela Anderson to enter Big Brother house (Australia)

Pamela Anderson to enter Big Brother house (Australia) After a few days of rumors, Australia's Channel Ten confirmed that Pamela Anderson will be the next celebrity to enter the Big Brother house. Pamela Anderson will appear in two episodes of the popular Australian reality show - a two-hour special on July 9th and a one-hour show on July 10th. The former Playboy model made her first TV appearance as the tool girl on "Home Improvement", but her role as C. J. Parker on TV series Baywatch brought her world-wide fame. The last time Anderson was in Australia was in 2006 and fans are already lining up to take a glimpse of the 40-year-old celebrity. The show producers have yet to finalize all details surrounding Anderson's part in Big Brother, rumor has it she may even spend the night in the BB House. "The blonde bombshell is certain to keep us laughing, watching and gossiping non-stop during her time in the House. She's notorious for her smart ass comments — such as saying she wants to be remembered by two simple words… any two… as long as they're simple," the producers are already pouring oil onto the fire on the BB website.

 Unfortunately, due to the lack of interest from the Australian viewers during the last episode of Big Brother, most online sportsbook are reluctant to offer odds on the popular show. The line makers at Sportingbet (official website), however, don't shy away and have posted an array of props on the Big Brother outcome. The bookie has Travis as the ultimate favorite to win Big Brother 2008 with odds 2.50, followed by Brigitte at 5.00, while Ben and Terri share odds of 6.50 on winning the BB this year. Sportingbet also offers odds on who will be evicted next (June 29th), Rory is listed 1.90 favorite to leave next, Terrence is at 2.40 to be evicted from the Big Brother House and Bianca seems safe with odds 5.50.

 Published on 06/25/2008

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