Pamela Anderson Delivers for the Seals
Canadian born international celebrity Pamela Sue Anderson stood up for a cause she passionately supports and spoke up for the seals at Canada's Juno Awards.
These awards are the Canadian version of the Grammy Awards in the United States and Pam Anderson was the host for this year's presentation in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Halifax is close to the heart of seal clubbing territory so British Columbian born Pam was deep in enemy territory when she spoke out to condemn the cruel and barbaric clubbing of seals taking place as she spoke.
Before the awards started, Pam, sporting a PETA shirt, mailed off 50,000 names on a PETA petition to oppose the seal slaughter.
One Canadian journalist wrote: "How long would it take for her to mention the seal hunt? About 27 seconds. This would come in the form of a real knee-slapper involving English musician Seal, who, according to Anderson, didn't come to the Junos because he was afraid he'd be clubbed. Touche, former Baywatch beauty, touche."
Pam also said, "I don't mind a little blood on the ice when it's a hockey rink, but I hate seeing blood on the ice when it's from baby seals."
When some of the audience booed, Pam responded, "I have high heels and they dig in deep."
The former Baywatch star and international sex symbol said that the protests against the seal slaughter will get stronger.
This year has seen the strongest protests ever mounted against the seal slaughter. The clubbing of the seals has ignited protests around the world and has attracted high-profile opposition from Sir Paul and Lady Heather Mills McCartney, Brigitte Bardot, Pamela Anderson, Persia White, Martin Sheen, Richard Dean Anderson, Rutger Hauer, Dan Haggerty, and Anna Nicole Smith.