'Dancing With the Stars All Stars': Pamela Anderson wants a 'man with a heartbeat' for a partner
Anderson tells Zap2it that she's excited to get back on the dance floor, even though she's surrounded by competitors who made it a lot further than she did.
"I might just be here for comic relief," she jokes of her ability considering she finished sixth place in her season. Seriously, though, "I think there's a lot of elements to winning and performances, and I think the performance is about a lot of things -- it might not just be your dancing ability."
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Regardless, she's going to have fun. "The more dancing the better. It's an amazing experience. You're learning from the best dancers in the world. I couldn't afford dance lessons when I was young and now I'm getting taught from these great people and they're paying me!"
That's why she didn't hesitate to return to the show when asked to come back. "I didn't think about it. It's part of my charm -- I don't think a lot about things. [Laughs.] They called me and I said, 'Absolutely, when do we start? What's going on?'"
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Still, her competitors better watch out. "Dance-wise, everybody [is my competition]. I think I'll just bring what I can to it and have a lot of fun and hopefully that resonates with people."
She'll also go for the Twitter vote and push that social media angle. "It's a lot about voting, and I didn't really think about that last time."
"Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" premieres Sept. 24 on ABC.