Pamela Anderson To Dance With Edward 'Buzz' Aldrin In ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Season 10
Hollywood hottie Pamela Anderson will star in hit television reality show ‘Dancing With The Stars’. The line-up of celebrities was announced on Monday which also included 80-year-old former astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
The ‘Dancing With The Stars’ 10th season will hit small screen on March 22.
The line-up also includes Kate Gosselin, Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole Scherzinger, Shannen Doherty, ESPN host Erin Andrews, comedienne Niecy Nash British soap star Aiden Turner, Olympic gold medalist figure skater Evan Lysacek and NFL star Chad Ochocinco.
The ‘Dancing With The Stars’ show is based on the concept in which the stars are paired with professional dancers who each week compete by performing dances.
The production team said, "These actors, athletes, musicians, reality stars, astronauts and where-are-they-now personalities start out as lumbering Frankensteins with two left feet, and they slowly transform (we hope) into graceful twinkle-toed Baryshnikovs."
Last season of ‘Dancing With The Stars’ was won by singer Donny Osmond, who was the oldest winner of the dancing contest at the age of 52.