Pamela Stephenson's weight-gain fear
Pamela Stephenson ''cannot bear'' the idea of putting on weight following her body changing 'Strictly Come Dancing' experience.
Pamela Stephenson "cannot bear" the idea of putting on weight.
The 61-year-old 'Strictly Come Dancing' star - who came in third place and lost over 40lbs during her stint on the show - admits she is "almost embarrassed" about how much weight she lost, which saw her body change from a size 16 to a size 12.
She said: "I can't bear the thought of putting on weight or getting unfit again. I thought I'd lost 28lb, but after the finals I realised it was nearer 40, which I think is almost embarrassing."
However the psychologist - who is married to Scottish comedian Billy Connolly - is concerned she may gain weight because she has purchased a whole new wardrobe of clothes that would not fit her.
She added: "The day after the finals I marched to my closet and threw out everything that didn't fit, which was pretty much all of it.
"I only kept a few things I'd bought optimistically that were too small for me - and it felt fantastic to finally get them out of the wardrobe. So now I better not put on any weight because replacing everything would be so expensive."