As reported here first, Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon appear to be in no rush to get hitched.
Anderson and Salomon, who were issued a marriage license in Las Vegas on Saturday, flew to Los Angeles late Saturday after her second show ("The Beauty of Magic") at Planet Hollywood Resort.
Vegas Confidential reported late Saturday that the Playboy icon and Hollywood producer/bigtime gambler had no immediate plans to get married. Their license is good for a year.
Their return to L.A. came amid reports that they were getting married Sunday in Las Vegas.
Anderson and Salomon likely will be moving into the suite she’s planning atop one of the Panorama Towers, which sits along I-15, a sequined bra’s throw from bustling Las Vegas Boulevard.
Their neighbor in the tower will be Leonardo DiCaprio, who, along with Anderson, has yet-to-be-completed suites in the luxury high-rise.
Vegas Confidential identified Salomon back on Sept. 16 as Anderson’s new beau when we ran this blurb: "Mystery solved: Pamela Anderson’s mystery man/poker player is the same guy she’s been making the rounds with recently. He’s Rick Salomon, a Hollywood insider most famous for making millions with his video with Paris Hilton and a brief marriage to Shannen Doherty."
Not just a few million, folks. Salomon reportedly skipped with more than $8 million from the Hilton tape.
Keep in mind that the marriage license move could be another Hollywood publicity stunt. Anderson has been working overtime on the nightclub scene to promote her show with illusionist Hans Klok, often hinting (too) broadly that she and Klok have something going.
Skeptics aren’t ruling out that it’s all a publicity illusion.
The engagement came days after Anderson attempted to play down a Page Six report that her friends are concerned about her recent hard partying in Sin City. Noting that Anderson has Hepatitis C, Page Six said the "increasingly haggard pin-up has gotten even wilder now that she’s hanging with (Salomon),"
Anderson shot back in her blog that the report amounted to "ridiculous comments.
"I take care of my health. My children are my No. 1 priority. These stupid remarks are only hurtful to them and press should be more responsible."
— NORM CLARKE, Vegas Confidential