Pamela Anderson is making headlines for conducting a cringe-worthy interview with her new husband Dan Hayhurst while the two were in bed.
Anderson, 53, stunned viewers of the British talk show Loose Women when she appeared in an on-camera interview cuddled up next to Hayhurst, a former “handyman” whom she married in December.
Speaking from bed, the Baywatch alum joked that the pair “haven’t left here since Christmas Eve”.
Anderson also dished on how the couple met.
“On the property,” she said of her Vancouver Island home. “He was working here and I got stuck here during COVID and we got together.”
Anderson revealed that Hayhurst’s children are also living there. She said she’s spent the last year and a half renovating her property. The former Playboy model is a Canada native.
Anderson announced last month she had married Hayhurst in an intimate ceremony on Christmas Eve. Days after Anderson’s big reveal, a woman claiming to be Hayhurst’s ex alleged the couple’s relationship began as an “affair”. Anderson has yet to comment on the claims.
While on Loose Women, Anderson said it “would have been nice” to have had guests at their small wedding, but shared that the witnesses of their nuptials “were the first nations people who came to do our blessing and get rid of our demons”.
Hayhurst also answered questions and his responses raised eyebrows online. The repairman said he and Anderson may “stay in lockdown forever”.
He also joked about what led Anderson to fall for him.
“I couldn’t resist and she couldn’t resist me? I’ll show you under the covers if you want,’” Hayhurst said.
Anderson also spoke of the attributes that attracted her to Hayhurst. She complimented his ability to do work around the house, saying he “can actually change a light bulb”. She also described him as a “good guy”.
“He’s the kinda guy I would have met if I didn’t go round the world and get crazy,” she added.
Viewers were taken aback by Anderson’s unconventional interview. It prompted numerous jokes and comments online with people calling it inappropriate and weird.