Pamela's man call
13:30 24 August 2005
Pamela Anderson has complained men give up too easily when they try to woo her.
The former 'Baywatch' babe, who recently denied rumours she is re-marrying ex-husband Tommy Lee, has begged potential suitors to chase her.
She revealed: "I would love to meet someone, but I want to be pursued.
"I think here in Hollywood there are a lot of men who give it one try and they're gone. There's not a lot of chivalry anymore and there's not a lot of real passion and people pursuing."
Pamela, who recently dated hunky actor Stephen Dorff, says Motley Crue rocker Tommy knew the right way to win her heart.
She told US talk show 'Larry King Live': "One thing with Tommy was he followed me down to Cancun in Mexico, and he asked me to marry him in four days.
"It was romantic, it was whirlwind-y and that's what every girl wants. They want to be chased. Not stalked, but chased."
Earlier this month, Pamela refuted claims she is to re-marry Tommy - insisting the pair are "not an item."
Rumours were rife the wild rocker had proposed to his former wife at Las Vegas' swanky Palms Hotel and Casino and she had said "yes."
But Pammy - who has two sons, Dylan and Brandon, from here relationship with Tommy - quashed the rumours, saying: "We're absolutely not getting married."
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