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May 12, 2004

Model Citizen

Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson is trying for US citizenship, her lawyer has confirmed.

Anderson, 36, was born in British Columbia, Canada.

She underwent a citizenship interview in Los Angeles on Wednesday. "If she passes, she gets sworn in," said her lawyer, Barbara Federman.

I've heard the citizenship test is actually pretty difficult. It would be hysterical if she flunked!


Posted by Lawren at May 12, 2004 10:12 PM

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Another article says she passed the test easily. It also says she applied about 8 months ago, so I looks like she had to go through the same things as everyone else.

Says: M@ at May 13, 2004 08:49 AM

Heard on the radio that she passed it. But you're right...that would be funny if she failed! lol

Says: Kelly at May 13, 2004 09:51 AM

Lawren, that's really unfair. Most native born Americans couldn't pass the citizenship test. After all, it tests basic American history and civics.

Says: pad at May 13, 2004 10:55 AM

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