Pamela Anderson Stars In New Morrissey Film
Pamela Anderson is the unlikely star of a promotional video for Morrissey's new album.
The ex-Smiths frontman appears alongside the former Baywatch actress in the one minute-long film which was shot on the roof of the Capital Tower in Los Angeles.
The pair, who are both ardent animal rights campaigners, are shown taking in the view over Hollywood at sunset.
Morrissey's new film is one of a series in which he has recited the lyrics to tracks from his forthcoming album, World Peace Is None Of Your Business.
The video features the words to the song Earth Is The Loneliest Planet and was directed by Natalie Johns. Anderson does not speak at all in it.
The new album, due out next month, is Morrissey's first for five years. Last year he won acclaim for his memoir Autobiography.
Last month Morrissey was forced to confirm that he did not have a Twitter account after an inactive account in his name tweeted for the first time since joining in 2009.
The account attracted more than 250,000 followers after it posted: "Hello. Testing, 1, 2, 3. Planet Earth, are you there? One can only hope..."
But the singer said it was "bogus".
Earth Is The Loneliest Planet is out on June 3 with Harvest Records. The album will be released on July 14.