Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson will be featured on the cover of Playboy magazine for the 13th time in 21 years.
Anderson, who posed for the title first in 1989, will be featuring on the cover of the magazine's January issue.
Chief creative officer and founder of Playboy Hugh Hefner tweeted about the 'Baywatch' star's photo shoot at the Playboy mansion on Wednesday.
"Pamela Anderson is in the Mansion swimming pool, posing for the January cover in a tribute to 'La Dolce Vita," wrote Hefner.
Reportedly, Anderson will be mimicking the iconic scene from Federico Felini's famous 1960 film, in which the character played by actress Anita Ekberg splashes around in the Trevi Fountain in Rome, in a black dress.
Anderson will also be contributing a foreword to the publisher's upcoming book, Playboy's Greatest Covers, which will feature about 300 of the publication's cover spreads from 1953, reports Folio.