Holly Madison poses at the unveiling of the new Holly Madison blackjack felts at Planet Hollywood Monday. Holly stars in the Planet Hollywood burlesque production Peepshow.
About Holly Madison
Holly Madison is a model, showgirl, television personality, and New York Times best-selling author. Madison is most widely recognized for her role in the E! hit reality television show, The Girls Next Door and for her own series, Holly’s World. In July 2015, Madison released her first book and memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny. In May 2016, she released her second book, The Vegas Diaries: Romance, Rolling the Dice, and the Road to Reinvention detailing her career and dating life in Las Vegas.
In August 2001, Holly moved into the Mansion and officially became one of Hefner’s girlfriends. In February 2002, after all, but two of his girlfriends left, Madison became his “#1 Girl.” During her time with Hugh Hefner, Madison stated that she wanted to marry him and have his children. However, during an interview at the Playmate of the Year luncheon in May 2008, Hefner stated, “I love Holly very much and I think we’re going to be together the rest of my life, but marriage isn’t part of my puzzle. It’s not a personal thing; I just haven’t had much luck with marriages.”
On October 7, 2008, Madison announced that her relationship with Hefner had ended, but that she, Bridget Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson were “still filming stuff together.”
In August 2012, Madison announced that she and Pasquale Rotella, whom she began dating in 2011, were expecting their first child together. Madison gave birth to their daughter, Rainbow Aurora Rotella, on March 5, 2013 in Las Vegas. Madison and Rotella were married at Disneyland on September 10, 2013 (Bridget Marquardt was a bridesmaid) and reside in Las Vegas. In January 2016, Madison announced that she was expecting the couple’s second child, due in August. Madison gave birth to their son, Forest Leonardo Antonio Rotella, on August 7, 2016. – Wikipedia