Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee‘s sons supported their famous mom in her big Broadway debut last Tuesday night.
The “Baywatch” actress made her debut on the Big White Way as Roxie Hart in the musical “Chicago” last week while her sons with ex-husband Tommy Lee were in the crowd.
Dylan Jagger Lee, 24, and Brandon Thomas Lee, 25, were seen posing with their mother backstage.
Anderson told E! News that she’s been looking forward to “seeing my sons in the audience” ever since she began rehearsals.
“They are very proud, protective and have been my biggest supporters,” she told the outlet.
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Dylan Lee proudly posted an Instagram story after her performance that read “Mother killed it,” per Yahoo.
While Brandon Lee, has been supporting his mother in another way.
Lee serves as a producer on her upcoming Netflix documentary about her life.
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And while the streaming company says Anderson’s project has been in the works since the actor announced the documentary on Instagram in March, she did have some comments about certain scenes.
Anderson seemed to hint that she never consented to her notorious sex tape with Tommy Lee — Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy.”
“Not a victim, but a survivor. And alive to tell the real story,” she wrote in her announcement. While Anderson had certainly been through a lot in her life, she told E! News that self-care is something she is serious about and will spend the money to make sure she feels her best.
When asked if there is an under $25 product is can’t live without, she replied saying, “Anything under $25, you can most likely live without. I prefer spending money on self-care, like a good massage or an oxygenating facial. For facials, Klara Beauty Lab is the best in New York.”
Anderson also lives a vegan lifestyle and fresh veggies have been her go-to snack behind the scenes as she basks in being Broadway’s hottest star. And the advice she had for others thinking about becoming vegan, “Little by little make changes— gold star days are vegan days- but if you don’t always get there don’t give up.”
The actress also shared some of her life philosophies with E! News. “I believe all beauty comes from within,” Anderson said. “Happiness is the best beauty trick. Being brave is sexy. Feeling the fear and doing it anyway. Fighting for freedom starts with one’s own freedom. It is a condition when fighting for others’ freedom. It is a political statement to be happy, to be alive. Life is a privilege not to be taken lightly.”
And while Anderson has dealt with others controlling her narrative in the past, she dared others to refuse to let that happen to them. “Don’t give up on your dreams. Don’t let others define you. Take control of the narrative. Stay true to yourself and give it all you got. I dare you.”
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