Skating with: Matt Evers
Number of times fell over on first day: I didn’t! But I have fallen over since then at strange times.
Number of bruises so far: Loads – on my legs, arms, hips, head!
Most embarrassing fear/dread for first live show: I am actually excited to be taking part.
Dream celebrity skating partner: I don’t like celebrities! I am very happy with my partner, Matt.
Pamela became a global star after running down the beach more than 20 years ago in a red swimming costume for the cult hit TV show, Baywatch, but Pamela Anderson reckons she is in better shape now than she has ever been thanks to training for Dancing On Ice.
And the 45-year-old star says she can’t wait to put on the short, sparkly dresses and fake tan as she performs on the ice with her skating partner, Matt Evers.
“Bring it on!” declares Pamela. “I am having so much fun training for the show and I love doing something physical. It keeps me in line and it keeps me out of trouble! It also keeps me occupied and I have definitely toned up since I started training. I am definitely in better shape than I have ever been.”
“I love the costumes on the show, the music, romance, hair, glitz, playing a character – once the live shows start, I am going to be in my glory having fun!”
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