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Pamela Anderson back in a red swimsuit; Macy's gets a makeover [Updated]

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September 19, 2012|By Jenn Harris
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Blond bombshell Pamela Anderson is proving that at 45, she's still got it. Anderson recently revisited her C.J. Parker days, bouncing around the beach in a red swimsuit. Photos were snapped of Anderson wearing a Baywatch-esque suit during a recent commercial shoot in Brazil. [Us Weekly]

The Macy's flagship store in New York City will receive a $400-million makeover. The new digs will be completed by 2015 and include the addition of 100,000 square-feet of retail space. Some sections of the remodel are already finished, including the shoe department, which with 280,000 pairs of shoes is considered the world's largest women's shoe department. [Chicago Tribune]

The Jonas Brothers, Jordin Sparks, Kat Graham ("The Vampire Diaries") and more of Hollywood's hottest young stars were honored for their philanthropic work at the Variety Power of Youth fete in downtown L.A. Ellen Olivier of Society New L.A. has all the details and plenty of pictures. [Updated: this post originally incorrectly called the event the Vanity Power of Youth fete.]

Smartwater is exposing Jennifer Aniston's deepest, darkest "secrets" in a new comedy video. In the video, Aniston pokes fun at all the recent rumors surrounding her personal life. She appears pregnant with triplets, wears a series of "Rachel" wigs and is the mother of an alien baby and none other than late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. Kudos to her sense of humor.

Following the pop-up shop trend, J.C. Penney is slated to open Disney store children's shops in at least 520 locations by next fall. [WWD] (subscription required).

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