Model and actress Pamela Anderson will appear on the cover of the final nude issue of Playboy, her 14th cover for the magazine.
Playboy announced in October that it will end its over 60-year tradition of featuring nudity in its magazine.
Anderson has appeared on the cover more than any other model in the magazine's history.
A look back:
Pamela Anderson lands her first Playboy cover, breaking dress code rules in a school uniform. She would go on to be named Playmate of the Month in the February 1990 issue.
Anderson's second cover features a red heart theme, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Anderson's role opposite Tim Allen as "Tool Time girl" on the television sitcom Home Improvement launched her career in television. She left the show after just two seasons to star in Baywatch.
Anderson is featured next to Dan Aykroyd, promoting his 1993 movie Coneheads.
At the height of her Baywatch fame, Anderson poses for a tame fifth cover.
Playboy dedicates its holiday edition to Pamela Anderson with a cover spot and a pictorial.
Playboy photographers decide to zoom in for "Dream girl" Anderson's September cover.
Anderson, one of the longest serving cast members, left Baywatch after five seasons in 1997 as she poses for this Baywatch-themed collector's special.
Anderson poses for fourteen new nudes as well as earns another spot on the Playboy cover.
Anderson is armed amid the "Pam-demonium" after starring as Vallery Irons, a small-town girl recruited to head an elite bodyguard agency, in the action/comedy-drama V.I.P..
Anderson returns to fame by appearing naked on the cover of Playboy, her first naked appearance on any magazine cover. She would later pose nude for both GQ and Stuff magazine.
Anderson appears in black and white on the cover of the Holiday Anniversary issue.
Anderson lands her second holiday edition cover at 43 years old.
Pamela Anderson strips down for a 12-page inside spread, in what will be the last Playboy edition to feature naked women.