In 1989, Pamela Anderson was working as a fitness instructor in Vancouver. That summer she went to a British Columbia Lions game, where she was shown on the big screen wearing a Labatt's t-shirt. The crowd reportedly went wild for the buxom brunette and Anderson was taken down to the field to receive an ovation. Recognizing an opportunity to cash in, Anderson's photographer boyfriend threw her image on a poster that gained local fame. Within days, Anderson received a contract from the beer company, which offered her the title of "The Blue Zone Girl." A little breast augmentation, a bottle of peroxide and a Playboy spread later, Anderson had transformed into one of America's most iconic sex symbols.-XFINITY Entertainment Staff
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