ANDERSON Declares KID ROCK Romance Over, Expresses Warm Feelings For TOMMY LEE

Pamela Anderson has declared her relationship with Kid Rock over — while expressing warm feelings for her ex-husband Tommy Lee, according to the World Entertainment News Network.

The former "Baywatch" beauty and one-time fiance Rock confused fans when they seemed to be separated and then reunited this summer, but Anderson says their planned nuptials are a thing of the past, as is their romance.

In an exclusive interview with Victoria Gotti of the Star, she says, "I'm having fun at the moment. I'm enjoying being single."

And Anderson, who says she and Rock have remained very close friends, has nothing but sweet words to utter about Lee, with whom she has two sons — Brandon, 7, and Dylan, 5.

She coos, "Tommy and I are getting along fantastically ... better than we ever did.

"Tommy is a much better father now. He spends so much more time with the kids. We all get along as a family these days. Everyone is much happier."

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