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Thursday 18 September 2014

Pamela boobs on ice dance show

Pamela Anderson was the first celebrity to be voted off Dancing on Ice

Pamela Anderson suffered a stumble and a wardrobe malfunction as she became the first celebrity to be axed from Dancing On Ice.

The former Baywatch star and Playboy model, 45, was sent crashing out on the first night of the ITV competition, losing a dance-off against television funnyman Keith Chegwin after problems with her dress.

A stunned looking Pammie said afterwards she was sad to have been knocked out, but added: "I just stumbled, my dress... my boobs fell out, it happens."

Despite sitting third following the judge's vote, Pamela and partner Matt Evers took part in the "safety skate" against Keith and Olga Sharutenko after slipping into the bottom two once the public votes were added.

The judges unanimously voted to axe the Canadian-born actress, who danced to Sinead O'Connor's cover of Elton John's Sacrifice, preferring Cheggers' routine set to Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.

Writing on Twitter afterwards, Pammie added: "Thanks for everything. Sorry I was voted off... My dress fell apart in save-me skate. Devastated.

"Sorry international calls were not excepted (sic). I couldn't vote with my own phone."

When she came off the ice, presenter Phillip Schofield had quipped about her wardrobe malfunction: "If it had happened a little earlier this evening you'd have been guaranteed a place in the final."

Soap stars Samia Ghadie and Matt Lapinskas, Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle and singer Shayne Ward all made it through to the next round.

The other six contestants - Lauren Goodger from The Only Way Is Essex, Olympic boxing gold medallist Luke Campbell, television presenter Anthea Turner, comedian Joe Pasquale, ex Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas and former MP Oona King - will take their first turn on the ice next week.

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