September 10, 2001 08:18 AM

RETURNED: Four years after leaving the shores of Malibu, Pamela Anderson, 34, has agreed to step back into her skimpy red “Baywatch” bikini. The occasion is the launch of the beach-and-babes show on TNN, which will begin airing “Baywatch” repeats on Tuesday, Sept. 25, reports the New York Post. Anderson, who now stars in the syndicated TV show “V.I.P,” will host a 12-hour “Baywatch” marathon that kicks off Monday, Sept. 24, at 9 a.m. . . . WON: Ben Stiller, 35, has claimed a victory in a battle against the Motion Picture Association of America’s ratings board over an unusual orgy scene in his upcoming film, “Zoolander,” reports the Los Angeles Times. “I prefer to call it the love fest,” Stiller told the paper. The scene reportedly includes Stiller, a Maori tribesman, a midget, Owen Wilson and Stiller’s wife, Christine Taylor. The MPAA rated the film R on account of the scene — until Stiller ultimately convinced the board that the scene was more silly than sexy. It is now rated PG-13 . . . ACCOMPLISHED: The winner of “Survivor: The Australian Outback” has logged another adventure: her first tandem parachute jump. Tina Wesson, 40, winner of the $1 million prize on the CBS show, was a guest Wednesday of the Army’s Golden Knights parachute demonstration team, reports the Associated Press . . . ADDED: Homer’s Cinnamon Donut Cereal and Bart Simpson’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch are being added to the Kellogg’s family of breakfast cereals, reports Variety. The grocery store debuts are set for later this month. Both will retail for about $2.49 a box. No word on whether or not Kellogg intends to include any “Simpsons” toys in the box, but the packaging will feature plenty of show-related trivia. And Count Chocula is said to be green with envy.

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