TOMMY LEE Back With PAMELA ANDERSON?

Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com reports former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee and ex-wife Pamela Anderson "looked very cozy" (photos) at an animal rights function in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida over the weekend, according to a source. "They certainly seemed like more than friends," reported an eyewitness, who said the couple showed up at the 15th Anniversary bash for the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida without their two children in tow. "They were holding hands while she made last minute revisions to her speech and looked very cozy while they ate their teriyaki tofu dinners," the source told MSNBC.com's The Scoop. While Anderson spoke out against the treatment of animals in circuses, Lee hijacked the lounge act's drums and banged out a few numbers and later slid down a two-story banister as Anderson walked down the stairs behind him, smiling and sighing, "I have three children — not two." Lee and Anderson were also photographed together at a media event to endorse Anderson's new eyewear line at The International Vision Expo East 2004 in New York City on Saturday (March 27). Check out pictures from Film Magic.

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