LONDON – No this is not a miss-print. Canadian model, actress, dancer and occasional singer Pamela Anderson is still tantalizing enough to demand (and get) $US1,500 per second.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 08 2013 Celebrities→North America
Because that’s what the producers of ‘Dancing on Ice’ had to pay Pamela to get her to ‘star’ in their newest production.
Anderson asked she’d be paid the total sum of $US200,000 regardless of how long she stayed on the show. Turns out, she did OK at ‘Dancing with the Stars’, but balancing her upper body on ice proved an impossible feat for Pamela.
After only the first taping of the show, Pamela (45) was booted off the program but received her full ‘salary’ which amounted to the Canadian bombshell being paid $US1,500 per second.
Producers are crying she’s gone already: “Pamela is the biggest star we’ve had on the show and we had hoped that she would bring millions of viewers week after week”.
Pamela’s skating partner, Matt Evers, was flown to America especially to train with her.
“We had to book first class flights and arrange for top accommodations just in case she made the finals. We spend an additional $US200,000 on that. It’s a disaster,” producers of the show said.
During her performance last Sunday night, Pamela Anderson had to leave the stage when her enormous bust jumped out of her petite outfit.
The British Dancing On Ice show was put together by Olympic skating superstars Torville and Dean and is hosted on ITV, which coughed up the expenses for Pamela’s 3 minutes performance.
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