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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Anderson swears off talent shows

Pamela Anderson says she's had enough of TV talent shows
Pamela Anderson says she's had enough of TV talent shows

Pamela Anderson has revealed she's had enough of celebrity talent shows after getting her shock Dancing On Ice exit.

The former Baywatch actress - who has also competed on US TV show Dancing With The Stars - was the first contestant to leave the ice-skating show after failing to impress judges in the skate-off against funnyman Keith Chegwin.

Pamela, who admitted to struggling with her nerves on Dancing On Ice, told ITV's This Morning: "I'm never doing this again. This is the last one. I don't think I should be in this kind of environment anyway.

"Everybody around me in my life is always telling me not to do these things and I'm like, 'I want to do what I want.' I want to learn how to skate, I want to do everything and make bold choices, not necessarily what everybody else would do.

"But I think I've learned how to dance, I've learned how to skate, I'd rather go up on stage and put some of it to use."

Pamela hinted that a show in Las Vegas could be an option for her - and said she'd love to take Matt Evers, her professional partner from Dancing On Ice.

"I'll probably end up in Vegas at some point in my own personal show, maybe I'll skate in something there," she said.

Pamela is now tipping ex-EastEnders actor Matt Lapinskas to win.

"He loves it so much, he used to watch me and well up with tears, he's just great, he really loves it and I really hope that he wins. He's fun to watch," she said.

"He doesn't stop, whether he's off the ice or on the ice he's spinning, turning, doing everything. I think the ice is really good for him. I think it calms him down!"

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