The second time is not much of a charm for Pamela Anderson.
The "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" competitor, who had originally come in sixth place during Season 10, had the dubious distinction of earning the lowest score in the first dance of the fifteenth season on Monday night.
Anderson and pro partner Tristan McManus racked up only 17 points (out of 30) for their cha-cha-cha on Monday night. That was two points below the second-lowest score of the night, from Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Meanwhile, the top scorers were NFL player Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke, who gathered a whopping 24.5 points with their own cha-cha-cha.Anderson and MacManus during their routine. (Adam Taylor/ABC)
"I know I'm not the best dancer, but I have a lot of heart and I have a lot of guts, and I want to be able to portray that," Anderson told reporters backstage.
The night before the competition, the 45-year-old already seemed to feel a bit jittery.
"I dont feel ready. I feel like so much work left to do...to learn," Anderson tweeted Sunday afternoon (along with a scantily clad picture of herself, for some reason).
But a few hours after the competition on Monday, the "Baywatch" alum appeared to have come to terms with her performance.
"I'm good with our dance," she tweeted. "We connected emotionally. I need to learn more--we all do- the heart doesnt lie."
And Anderson isn't the only one who needs to work harder.
"I'm going to go home and work on next week," partner MacManus told People. "No matter what happens, we can't do anything about tomorrow, so I have to turn my attention to next week."