Anderson Lee tries her original look
    Pamela Anderson Lee's Canadian roots are starting to show. The woman billed as Canada's top cultural export, a six-time Playboy cover girl, former Baywatch star and mother of two, reportedly had her breast implants removed last week. Lee, 31, had the surgery in an attempt to get her body back to its natural proportions, her publicist told USA TODAY this week. The U.S.-Canadian border divides the look between the "perky B cups" of Canada and the "perky C cup" of the United States, said Dr. Robert Stubbs, a Toronto plastic surgeon. The average implant size in Canada is about a half-pint per breast, Stubbs said, while in the United States the "go big or go home" esthetic sees women opting for implants just shy of a pint.

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