After falling into the bottom two in the first round of voting, Pam did herself and her country proud by blending some classiness with her inevitable sexiness and landing squarely in the middle of the final results in sixth place. For her weeks of entertainment, witty one-liners (when asked by Brooke Burke if America was going to see a different side of her on the show, Pam quipped, “I think America has already seen every side of me.”), Pam lands in the eighth spot on our countdown of the Top 10 Canadians of the 2009-10 TV season.
Week after week, Pam’s confidence grew and eventually the competition just caught up to her as she exited behind Chad Ochocinco, Niecy Nash, Erin Andrews, Evan Lysacek and winner Nicole Scherzinger. She proved she belonged, as you can see from this clip below.
Warming up the pipes for Lilith Fair 2010, and showing off some new material, Vancouver’s Sarah McLachlan popped by “Dancing with the Stars” during Tuesday night’s results show to perform a medley of “Angel” and her new single, “Loving You Is Easy.”
Canadian model/actress/centerfold/fictional lifeguard Pamela Anderson’s run on “Dancing with the Stars” ended Tuesday.
To add elimination to injury, Pam was sent home after suffering some kind of leg injury that prohibited her from taking part in the encore performance of her team’s cha cha, which the judges wanted to see again.
Pam said she would have been able to continue in the competition despite the injury, but she won’t get the chance after finally being cut after a few close calls — including the first week, when she found herself in the bottom two.
She headlined the 10th season premiere of “Dancing with the Stars,” and there’s no telling how long she’ll last, so we figured it best to go ahead and quickly bestow Canadian of the Week honors on bombshell Pamela Anderson.
Claiming she had no rhythm and was tone deaf, Pam brought some of her signature moves to the celebrity dancing competition, dancing her cha cha cha in a skimpy outfit and tossing her hair about.
After her performance — in which she, ahem, deflowered a brand new “Dancing” pro named Damian Whitewood — judge Bruno Tonioli said, “All I could think about was sex, sex and more sex.”
If this was still selling itself as a family show, the jig is up.
Pam is the perfect train wreck for this show, and she was working it Monday night. Her partner was practically holding her up after her performance as she said she was exhausted.
She’s definitely bringing some fun to the season, which is filled with some controversial and eye-popping stars, including Kate Gosselin, Erin Andrews and Nicole Scherzinger.
Apolo Anton Ohno, who broke the U.S. Olympic record for Winter Olympic medals in Vancouver last month and won a little TV dance competition called “Dancing With the Stars” in 2007 apparently doesn’t think much of Canadian Pam Anderson’s chances on the upcoming season of the show.
Talking to Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show,” Ohno was asked to handicap the season.
“Between, what is it, Pam Anderson and Evan Lysacek?” Ohno told Leno, according to People.com. “Pam Anderson, she’s a little top-heavy. I think Evan is going to do very well. Plus, he’s an Olympic medalist!”
RadarOnline.com is reporting that Pam Anderson has sealed a deal to compete on the next season of “Dancing with the Stars.”
“She really wanted to do the show and the show thought it was a great idea,” a source told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
It wouldn’t be the first time a contestant with Playboy connections has taken to the dance floor, and they’ve had drastically different levels of success.
April 1997 Playmate of the Month turned soap opera star Kelly Monaco won the first season of the show. Meanwhile Shanna Moakler, who was Playmate of the Month in December 2001, was eliminated second (only after Tucker Carlson) in the third season.
Hugh Hefner’s ex Holly Madison was eliminated third in Season 8, after jumping in at the last minute for an injured contestant just days before the competition began.
How do you think Pam Anderson will fare on the show?