Kid Rock Ex-Wife Drops Brad Pitt Bombshell

By Bishal RoyJanuary 28, 2023

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has a lot to reveal in her upcoming documentary, Pamela, a Love Story, dropping the first episode on Netflix on January 31. The former Playboy model has recalled some major controversial incidents in her life including details about the infamous sex tape with Tommy Lee.

More stars have recently gotten candid about their sex lives, with Jennifer Coolidge teasing that she got a lot of “sexual action” after starring in “American Pie,” while other celebs have shared what it is like filming intimate scenes for roles. Earlier this month, Brad Pitt recalled filming his first sex scene for the ’80s television series “Dallas,” saying it was anything but romantic.

Brad Pitt recently revealed that filming his first-ever sex scene in the ’80s for the TV series “Dallas” was anything but romantic. Pitt appeared on four episodes of “Dallas” between 1987 and 1988 as Randy. During his first sex scene, he didn’t have a speaking role:

“I had to roll around in the hay in a barn,” the “Babylon” actor told W Magazine earlier this month. “I don’t think I had a line. I was just rolling and frolicking.”

His follow-up was slightly better, though. He portrayed J.D. in the ’91 flick “Thelma & Louise,” and got the chance to work with both Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis.

“Yeah, that was my entry into the big leagues, I guess,” Pitt admitted. “Geena [Davis] was so sweet and kind and delicate.”

“That love scene, I think, went on for two days of shooting. She took care of me,” Pitt said.

He had no idea that his character would have any impact on his career. In fact, he barely got the part.

“I just thought, ‘I’m the guy for this.’ But they went through a couple of other actors,” Pitt remembered. “I didn’t get the part at first, and then it came back around, and I didn’t get it again, and I went, ‘Huh. All right. Moving on.’ And then it came back around again. I feel like it was three times.”


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