'Baywatch' actress wants 'Strictly' appearance

'Baywatch' actress wants 'Strictly' appearance

Pamela Anderson would "love to" appear on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The former 'Baywatch' actress - who has sons Brandon, 14, and Dylan, 12, with ex-husband Tommy Lee - is amazed at how much she enjoyed competing in the US version of the programme, 'Dancing With The Stars' and thinks it has boosted her confidence.

She told Fabulous magazine: "I'd love to do 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

"It's funny how your life takes off. You don't know where you're going and it becomes a blur. It feels like I started 'Baywatch,' then I did 'Dancing With The Stars'. I don't know what happened in between. I had children and that was a good thing. Everything else was crazy. Rock-and-roll crazy. Sex, drugs and rock and roll. Wild.

"I'm really proud of myself that I didn't get destroyed by it. It made me stronger. I used to be so shy - I threw up when I did Playboy for the first time. I hated being shy. But that's what I do. I jump into things, like dancing. I'd never danced and I thought this is the only way I'm going to learn."

However, it is unlikely the blonde beauty will appear on the next series of 'Strictly Come Dancing' as she is currently considering an offer to star on New York's Broadway in a production of 'Chicago'.

She revealed: "I've been offered theatre on Broadway and a part in 'Chicago', which is a great compliment. I'd love to do it, but it would be hard, especially with my kids at their age."

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