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Feeling those feelings! Pamela Anderson opened up to Us Weekly on Thursday, Sept. 11, about reconciling (yet again!) with her husband Rick Salomon.

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"That's the thing [about relationships]," Anderson said at Cantor Fitzgerald and BGC Partners' Annual Charity Day in NYC. "You can make choices. You don't have to stay in anything that doesn’t feel right, you know? That’s the modern world."

The "Baywatch" babe, 47, filed for divorce from Salomon back in July. In August, however, a Los Angeles Superior Court spokesperson confirmed to Us Weekly that the divorce filing had been dismissed. "The couple is still officially married," the spokesperson said.

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Their history is tumultuous: Anderson first wed Salomon (who initially rose to fame after costarring in Paris Hilton's infamous sex tape) back in 2007. Three months later, the couple split, and two months after that, Anderson requested that their marriage be annulled.

This past January, the buxom blonde — whose ex-husbands include Tommy Lee (1995-1998) and Kid Rock (2006-2007) — revealed that she and Salomon had secretly remarried on an unspecified date.

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Still, Anderson said their reconciliation is working out well — for now. "It's good!" Anderson told Us. "We're good friends! I think that’s kind of what makes it special."

As for whether the two can stick it out? "What are the odds?" Anderson said with a laugh. "I don't know. Who knows? Who knows? I think we're in it. I think we're doing fine."

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The animal rights activist is currently focusing on supporting a domestic violence charity. "I usually work with more international projects and more people on the front lines of animal endangerment or environmental work," Anderson told Us. "This is something really close to my heart. I’ve gone through many different things like this in my family so I think that this is such a great service."