Pam Anderson’s return to “Dancing with the Stars” didn’t result in much improvement in her ballroom style. In fact, this time she was first to go on the all-star edition of “Dancing with the Stars.”
“Sorry … nerves … I screwed up so many things … I did terrible,” she admitted. And the judges and viewers agreed.
Anderson, 45, scored lowest among the 13 returning celebrities Monday, earning just a 17 out of 30 for her cha-cha with Tristan MacManus to an Amy Winehouse song that proved true: “You Know I’m No Good.”
In the bottom three with her was Bristol Palin, who received just 19.5 judges points Monday, and Drew Lachey, the season two winner who earned 21 points for his foxtrot, but was apparently not remembered clearly by viewers, whose vote counts for half.
Anderson lasted seven weeks the first time she was on “Dancing with the Stars” in season 10. She was also on the Argentinian version of the show last year, but withdrew after the fourth round.