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Pam Anderson to Wed Kid Rock

July 18, 2006 2:09 PM ET

We lost Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra, so we deserve another trainwreck rock star couple: Pam Anderson and sometimes boyfriend Kid Rock have announced they are getting married. The ceremony will take place on July 29th aboard Rock's yacht near St. Tropez (where else?). "They've been close for a very long time and decided that now is the right time to take the next step," her rep told Us Weekly. Mazel tov, you crazy kids!

Update: The eternally tan one herself has posted a lovely message on her Web site about the wedding. What does this little window into Pam's soul reveal? That she's totally not over Tommy, but will take what she can get with the other guy.

"Feels like I've been stuck in a time warp. Not able to let go of MY family picture...it's been sad and lonely and frustrating....I've raised my kids alone in hope of a miracle. Well my miracle came and went. And came back and came back because he knew that I'd wake up one day and realize that I was waiting for nothing. I'm moving on...I feel like I'm finally free....I'm in love." Pam writes, finishing with this touching sentiment: "Time will pass. Wounds will heal. Some people may never grow up. Actions speak louder than words....watch!" Pam, you so crazy. You'll totally get him back now.

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