It takes two to tango but only one to stop the music.
After each estranged spouse filed annulment papers, Pamela Anderson's marriage to Paris Hilton ex Rick Salomon was officially dissolved Monday. (View the documents.)
But while Salomon moved to annul their union on Friday, it was Anderson's Feb. 22 filing that a Los Angeles Superior Court judge signed off on today, noting that the former Baywatch lifesaver's petition was uncontested.
Both cited fraud, which tends to be the most commonly checked box in these cases, as the reason for the split, and neither went into detail nor asked for financial support in their respective filings.
Per court documents, Dec. 15 was the date Salomon learned Anderson, who had filed for divorce the day before, wanted out. The 40-year-old mother of two originally blamed "irreconcilable differences" for their marital failure.
After a brief courtship that began, in Anderson's words, with her paying off a poker debt "with sexual favors," the hasty duo swapped vows on Oct. 6 during Anderson's 90-minute break between appearances in illusionist Hans Klok's Beauty of Magic show at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
This was the third marriage for both Anderson and Salomon, whose second pairing, with Shannen Doherty, was annulled in 2003.