Pamela Anderson, Audrina Patridge and Samantha Ronson Join Forces to Open Strip Club Steakhouse in New York City | Pop Tarts Report Earns Miley Cyrus PETA Award | Paul McCartney and Tom Petty Hit Up Hollywood for Former Beatle, Oprah Winfrey’s School Gets Big Bucks
While America’s current economic crisis might be causing a reduction in the number of men heading into strip clubs, recent studies have shown that it is increasing the number of women who want to perform on a pole. So while there are no guarantees that Pamela Anderson and Audrina Patridge will be flashing any flesh, the two Hollywood hotties have been booked to launch a new Gentleman’s Club entitled "Sapphire New York" on April 27th which will be part of Prime 333 Steakhouse on the Upper East Side. (It makes you think about "meat markets" in a whole new light, right?)
According to the invitation, the former "Baywatch" babe and "The Hills" hottie will be joined by Sopranos cast member Steve Schirripa, while Lindsay Lohan’s ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson turns the tables.
But back to Anderson, one can only imagine what the 41-year-old would wear to the grand opening of a strip club steakhouse. The busty blonde recently hit up a NYC Fashion Week party for Richie Rich in a g-string gold swimsuit and the opening of a posh art gallery in Miami in her underpants and a shirt.
PHOTOS: Click here to see Pam in her gold swimsuit and other interesting outfits.
It should be noted however that this is a classy establishment with intention being to have the finest females complemented by the finest filets and over 100 bottles of fine wines from the world’s most exotic (or erotic?) wineries.
The deed has earned the sweet 16-year-old a Compassionate Citizen Award from peta2, the youth division of PETA.
"Miley's heart is as big as her smile," Dan Shannon , PETA's assistant director of Youth Outreach and Campaigns said in a statement. "We hope that her act of compassion will inspire her fans to be kind to animals too."
Cyrus will receive a framed certificate and a card signed by staffers at the animal rights organization.
George Harrison sadly passed away eight years ago, but "The Beatles" guitarist was posthumously immortalized with a star on the legendary Walk of Fame outside Capitol Records in Hollywood on Tuesday. The incense was burning and the street was lined with hundreds of mainly middle-aged, screaming fans all vying for a peak at Harrison’s wife Olivia and son Dhani, as well as George’s pals Tom Petty, Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, David Foster and Paul McCartney (who couldn’t stand still for a second).
"Americans made The Beatles number one," Hanks proudly declared. "George’s first guitar cost him 75 cents … and it created this. Let’s thank the Lord for bringing us George, for making life worth living. George is going to live forever."
Speaking of guitars, Pop Tarts has learned that despite of all the sex-scandal controversy surrounding Oprah Winfrey ’s Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa that she’s still managed to ink a five-year deal with Gibson Foundation, the philanthropic division of Gibson Guitar. The Foundation will provide both instruments and financial support to the school’s music program and has helped them establish an orchestra. As the saying goes, all publicity is good publicity…
Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay