Anderson to appear on 'Dancing With the Stars'

Anderson to appear on 'Dancing With the Stars'

Pamela Anderson is taking part in the UK's ‘Dancing With the Stars’.

The former ‘Baywatch’ actress, who recently appeared in a British pantomime in London, has signed a deal to appear on the next series of the show.

A source said: “Pam is thrilled and so is the show. She really wanted to do the programme and they thought it was a great idea.”

The reality TV show has become well known for its eclectic participants – the last series saw Kelly Osbourne, singers Mya and Donnie Osmond take part, while presenter Jerry Springer, socialite Kim Kardashian and actress Jane Seymour have all danced previously.

It was recently revealed 42-year-old Pamela is looking to buy a house in the UK, and has been scouring British beach towns for the perfect holiday home.

Her agent Toby St Just revealed: “Pammy loves it in England and is looking at buying two houses, one in London and one by the sea.

"It'll be a far cry from California, where all the people are tanned and beautiful. And she may find the pebble beaches take a little getting used to.

"But she has a real affection for the place and would love to have somewhere she can call home.”

She is believed to be looking at destinations including Blackpool, Brighton and Bournemouth.

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