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Exclusive: Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee Are Together Again

June 12, 2008 1:14 PM ET

We visited Mötley Crüe in their Hollywood rehearsal studio yesterday as they prepped for their summer CrueFest tour. Yes, they rocked, and we'll have a full report in the next issue of Rolling Stone, but because you're our pals, we thought you'd want to know one bit of news right away: "Pamela and the kids have moved in with me," said a beaming Tommy Lee (speaking, of course, of his ex-wife and sex-tape costar Pamela Anderson and their two sons, Brandon and Dylan). "It's awesome, man. It's definitely working. You can tell on the kids' faces — they're happy when we're together." Let's hope those crazy lovebirds keep it together this time. As Lee told us, "We've only given it a try 800 times — 801, here we go."

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