Pamela Anderson has a lot of love in her life.

The Baywatch actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday, where she opened up about recently getting divorced from Rick Salomon for the second time. "Every time you're here, something different is going on," Ellen DeGeneres told her. "You remarried someone you were married to before."

"Yep," Anderson said. "And now I'm not married again."

DeGeneres then offered the 47-year-old TV star an analogy, saying, "It's like when you put something back in the fridge that's not good. It's not gonna be good the second time. When you go in there, I mean." Anderson agreed with DeGeneres, who added, "You go, 'Oh, that's bad. Let me try that again!"

"I know! I get it. I get the lesson," Anderson said. "I do that a lot...I keep trying!"

"It's familiarity, the host said. "You forget about bad stuff, and then you go back."

Anderson joked, "I forget about a lot."

The Playboy Playmate balked at the idea of seeing "someone new." DeGeneres laughed and said, "Don't make a face like that. You're gonna date people, aren't you?" Anderson smiled and replied, "Plural. Yes."

"You're not gonna get married again?" DeGeneres asked.

"I don't know. Who knows? It's the romantic notion," Anderson answered. "You never know!" The comic said marriage can and should be "the most beautiful thing in the world." The actress joked, "I hear that!"

Pamela Anderson, Ellen DeGeneres

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Her love life aside, Anderson is a proud mom of two sons: Brandon Lee, 18, and Dylan Lee, 17. "Brandon goes to university next year," she said of her "beautiful" son. "He's not bad looking! He's gorgeous." DeGeneres noted that he looks like his dad, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee. "Doesn't he?" Anderson asked, adding that her younger son "looks like Tommy even more."

Anderson also revealed that her sons "like older women."

"Do you give them dating advice?" DeGeneres asked.

"No," she replied. "They don't give me dating advice, either. They should!"

Anderson revealed that her sons are dating "a lot."

Dylan "is a real romantic," whereas with Brandon, "the phone doesn't stop ringing!" DeGeneres then noted that Brandon got "a lot of attention" in March.

" I kept them out of the spotlight their whole lives," Anderson said. "I thought I'd bring him to the Gunman premiere that he wanted to go to. And, yes, it caused a lot of...he doesn't need anymore confidence! He got a lot of attention over that."

"They're good looking guys," the host said. "But they're good, right?"

"They're great kids. I'm really fortunate because it could have been a disaster," Anderson said with a laugh. "I mean, they're genetically loaded. And I'm so proud of them. They're such gentlemen, and they're good to their girlfriends and they spoil everybody rotten. And they spoil me rotten! They're just real sweethearts."

To see Anderson play "5 Second Rule," watch the video below!

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