Pamela Anderson appears on Dutch DOI
Pamela Anderson has signed up to star on the Dutch version of Dancing On Ice just one week after declaring she would never do another reality series again after becoming the first contestant to be voted off the British version of the show
Pamela Anderson has signed up to appear on the Dutch version of 'Dancing on Ice'.
The 45-year-old beauty - who crashed out of Britain's skating series earlier this month and claimed she would "never" appear in a reality show again after becoming the first celebrity to be voted off the series - flew to Amsterdam on Friday (18.01.13) to appear on its version of the show and has vowed to wow viewers with her routines after training for the British show for months.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I'm happy to show the real routine and show the UK what it was supposed to look like. I have spent months in training."
The mother-of-two - who was reportedly paid £150,000 to appear on the ITV series - fled London last week, insisting she had no desire to star in a reality show again, preferring to take her talents to Las Vegas, where she wants to continue skating or have her own musical production.
She said: "I'm never doing this again. No. Last time. Because I don't think I should be in this kind of environment anymore, I don't know what I'm doing. Everybody around me in my life and in my career is always telling me not to do these things.
"I'm always like, 'I'm going to do what I want, I'm going to learn how to skate, I'm going to have fun, I'm going to do everything, I'm going to make bold choices, not necessarily what everyone else would do.
"I've learned how to dance, I've learned how to skate, I'd rather get on stage now and put some of that to use. I'm now doing musical theatre, I'll probably end up in Vegas at some point. I've been offered many shows, my own personal shows."
The former 'Baywatch' babe finished sixth on 'Dancing with the Stars' in 2010, but crashed out in the first round of the ballroom competition's all-stars series last year.
However, it seems she is now hoping to prove her critics wrong and believes she can win the Dutch series.