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Pamela Anderson vs. Jessica Simpson: Catfight Gets Heated

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/04/2008

Pamela Anderson calls meat-eater Jessica "The Jinx" Simpson a "Bitch and a Whore" It seems the fireworks are already going off days before the United States celebrates Independence Day (The 4th of July). In one corner we have Jessica Simpson - the girlfriend of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo - and a girl who thinks Chicken of the Sea is chicken and Buffalo Wings are made from buffalos. Some of the Cowboy's fans have given her the nickname Yoko Romo in comparison to Yoko Ono who many Beatles fans blame for "ruining" John Lennon. This is further fueled when the Cowboys lost to the Giants in the divisional playoffs, when Romo & Simpson went on a trip during the Wild Card game bye week. In the other corner we have Pamela Anderson - briefly a Doyle Brunson poker queen. The former Baywatch Babe goes through men like she goes through underwear. She still keep on coming back to Tommy Lee. Anderson is about to appear Down Under on Australia's version of Big Brother. Pamela Anderson vs. Jessica Simpson? Say it isn't so. The London Sun reported Tuesday morning that Jessica upset Pammi and all her vegetarian chums by wearing a T-shirt proclaiming: “Real girls eat meat.” Anderson is heavily involved in animal rights campaigns. Pamela Anderson said of Jessica Simpson on an Australian radio station: "I think she is a bitch and whore. “Actually, I don't know if she was talking about food or men." She added that she is proud of not eating meat, saying: “I think it's healthy, good for your body and good for the environment." ------ Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com Originally published June 30, 2008 10:30 pm EST

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