Pamela Anderson has vowed to give up sex while on “Dancing With The Stars,” the All Star season, but is now struggling with that decision after working so closely with her professional dance partner, USA Today reports.
Anderson has been paired with hunky Irish dancer Tristan MacManus, who danced with Nancy Grace and Gladys Knight on earlier seasons of the show. Anderson first appeared on the show in 2010, making it to the seventh week with professional dance partner Damian Whitewood.
The onetime “Baywatch” babe is looking forward to the Sept. 24 season premiere on ABC. She recently tweeted, “DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL STARS MONDAY SEPT. 24 8|7c on ABC – VOTE TEAM PAM!!!”
But what she’s not looking forward to is adhering to her strict “no sex” pledge on “Dancing With The Stars,” especially when dancing extremely closely to her gorgeous Irish dancing partner.
“I’m being tested,” Anderson giggled to USA Today’s Bryan Alexander during an interview. “It’s hard when you have a sweaty man pressed up against you every day. I feel lascivious. But I’m trying, I’m trying.”
It was a month ago that the sexy star pledged to quit men during the upcoming all-star edition of the show. According to Anderson, MacManus makes it “harder.”
“Trust me, I could chew through a table right now,” she said.
Innocently enough, it was Anderson’s mother who suggested her daughter be paired with MacManus from Bray, County Wicklow. She’s been a fan of MacManus and his thick accent ever since he started on the show.
“We were talking about partners and it was my mother who said, ‘I hope you get Tristan, because he’s sexy. You’ll like him.'” said Anderson. “And here I am. She is so excited. She’s coming to the first show.”
“I’m going to take my sweaty Irishman down there,” she said, referring to going to Rio on Wednesday with MacManus. She also made sure to note that it was only a work visit, but she is still daydreaming about the pro dancer:
“I’m 45. He’s 30. But maybe that’s how it’s supposed to be,” Anderson boldly said.
Realizing that might have been unwise to blurt out, she corrected herself: “Not good. Not good.”