Pamela Anderson gives up men for 'Dancing with the Stars'
Pamela Anderson attends the 'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars' panel at the Disney ABC TCA Day 2 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Friday, July 27, 2012, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Todd Williamson / Invision)
Published Monday, August 6, 2012 11:18AM EDT
Pamela Anderson is giving up men while taking part in 'Dancing with the Stars All-Stars'.
The 45-year-old blonde bombshell - who took part in the ballroom dancing series in 2010 and was eliminated in round seven - will be eschewing contact with all guys for the entirety of the competition and instead is going to focus on getting as far as she can.
She said: "I've sworn off men until November."
When asked about twitter, she added to People.com: "Last time, I didn't ask a lot of people to vote for me."
Pamela is joined by Kirstie Alley, Drew Lachey, Joey Fatone and Bristol Palin in the forthcoming series, which features a mix of fan favourites and champions to determine the best celebrity dancer.
Professional dancer Derek Hough - who has been romantically linked to Cheryl Cole and Katherine Jenkins in the past - has also hinted this will be his last appearance on the show.
He said: "This season is kind of my swan song. It's my last hurrah."
Derek will make his acting debut in 'Cobu' next year, and admitted he feels it is time to move on to new projects because 'DWTS' is holding him back due to the hectic schedule.
He revealed: "It's really difficult to do both, impossible really. This show is full time ... there is zero flexibility. And I want to do other projects. I want to push myself into other areas."
'Dancing with the Stars All-Stars' premieres on CTV on Sept. 24.