Pamela Stephenson's changing concepts
Pamela Stephenson admits her ''concept of normal'' has changed following her glamorous stint on 'Strictly Come Dancing'
Pamela Stephenson's "concept of normal" has changed since 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 61-year-old star - who came third in the BBC One show - admitted she has found it tough to get back into a normal routine following her stint on the competition because of how glamorous it was.
She said: "It's kind of scary how my concept of normal changed. I'd get up in the morning and reach for the false eyelashes - that's far from normal for me! I've got to figure out how to get back to real life."
Pamela - who has been a psychologist for the last 15 years - is unsure of what the future may hold and reveals she has not made any decisions for what to do following the completion of the 'Strictly Come Dancing' tour.
She said: "It's too early to make a decision. What is nice is that the audience obviously supported me all those weeks, so maybe I'd like to provide entertainment again. After the tour is over I'll have a real break and think about it then. I've got to think very carefully.
"Psychology is something I threw myself into for 15 years, so I don't really know!"