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Wednesday 25 November 2015

Pamela Anderson 'had specific DWTS demands'

Published 26/09/2012

Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson reportedly asked for coconut water from Australia to be made available backstage on Dancing With The Stars.

The actress was the first star booted off the all-stars version of the talent show yesterday.

She has spoken extensively about how much fun she had preparing to appear on the programme again. It's been claimed Pamela asked for a few specific things to ensure she was comfortable when waiting to twirl around the dance floor.

According to TMZ, the 45-year-old asked bosses to provide her with a special type of coconut water called Beyond.

"The brand is imported from Australia... and almost impossible to find in the US," the site reports.

After admitting she wasn't the best dancer in the contest, Pamela and her partner Tristan MacManus found themselves in the bottom two alongside Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas.

Pamela was then eliminated, but remained graceful in defeat.

"We'll keep dancing. We're going to dance together again. It doesn't end here," she said.

Kirstie Alley came third from last and also has some specific wishes for those organising the show.

The star is known for her fluctuating weight and has used a diet program called Organic Liaison to help her shift 100lbs. It means she won't eat the food provided behind the scenes, which her representative insists is understandable.

"[Late Apple founder] Steve Jobs didn't listen to music on a Zune," the spokesperson said.

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