Pamela Anderson's 'difficult' Dancing on Ice training
Pamela Anderson is finding it "so difficult" preparing for 'Dancing on Ice', so much so she has been left covered in bruises from training for the show
Pamela Anderson is covered in bruises from 'Dancing on Ice' training.
The former 'Baywatch' star admitted she is finding practice with professional partner Matt Evers tough, but she is having a lot of fun preparing for the show.
She said: "Ice skating is all new to me and the rehearsals have been really tough.
"My skating partner, Matt Evers, is great. Our chemistry is really food and he's been so patient. I love the choreography and the lifts, but everything is so difficult - I've got bruises everywhere."
The 45-year-old beauty - who has sons Brandon, 16, and Dylan, 14, with ex-husband Tommy Lee - can't wait for the show to start so she can throw herself into the glitz and glamour of the performances.
She added to Closer magazine: "When I told Brandon that I would be skating on 'Dancing On Ice', he just rolled his eyes. My sons like surfing and playing rugby. Typical boys!
"I'm having so much fun on the show already. I love the costumes, the music, the romance, the hair, the glitz and playing a character. With the live shows just around the corner, I am going to be in all my glory and having so much fun."