Pamela Anderson struggling to stay celibate
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 Wednesday, September 12, 2012 11:16AM EDT
Pamela Anderson says she's struggling to stay celibate.
The 45-year-old blonde bombshell vowed to give up sex until November for the duration of 'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars', but is finding it an impossible task because her dance partner Tristan MacManus is so sexy.
Speaking to the USA TODAY newspaper, the former Playboy model said: "I'm being tested. It's hard when you have a sweaty man pressed up against you every day. I feel lascivious. But I'm trying, I'm trying."
She added that Irish hunk Tristan makes it much "harder", joking: "Trust me; I could chew through a table right now."
The 'Baywatch' babe - who originally took part in the ballroom dancing series in 2010 - is heading to Rio next week for work reasons, and has asked Tristan to join her on the trip.
She laughed: "I'm going to take my sweaty Irishman down there. I'm 45 he's 30. But maybe that's how it's supposed to be ... Not good. Not good."
A love of younger men clearly runs in the family, since Pamela admitted it was her mother, Carol, who originally had her sights set on "sexy" professional dancer Tristan.
She said: "We were talking about partners and it was my mother who said, 'I hope you get Tristan, because he's sexy. You'll like him.'
"And here I am. (My mother) is so excited. She's coming to the first show."
'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' premieres on ABC on September 24.