METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich attended the wedding of his pal Kid Rock and actress Pamela Anderson Saturday (July 29) on a yacht in Saint-Tropez. Check out pictures from Denmark's Ekstrabladet.dk (Photo#1, Photo#2), Sweden's Aftonbladet.se (Photo#1, Photo#2).
This is the second union for Anderson (she was previously married to MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee) and the first for Rock (real name: Robert Ritchie) – and, apparently, there are more to come. "I'm going to get married a few times this month to the same guy," Anderson, 39, said July 26 during a news conference in Las Vegas. "We had to do Malibu, we've got to do Detroit, and we've got to do Nashville."
According to People magazine, Anderson and Rock, 35, began dating in spring 2001. They became engaged on April 11, 2002, in the Las Vegas desert, but split the following year. Still, when they ran into each other early this month in Saint-Tropez on a mutual friend's yacht, the feelings were still there.
"It was like we'd never been apart," Rock told People on July 11. "(I) love her to death." Anderson announced their engagement on her web site on July 18.
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