Dancing With The Stars: All Stars - First Celeb Gets The Boot

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The cast of 'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars,' Sept. 24, 2012 -- ABC
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The cast of 'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars,' Sept. 24, 2012 -- ABC

They came back for one more shot at mirrorball glory, but on Tuesday's "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" one celebrity found themselves out of the running for the coveted prize.

Pamela Anderson and her professional partner, Tristan MacManus, became the first Season 15 couple to get the boot. (Drew Lachey and Anna Trebunskaya were also part of the Bottom 2 prior to the elimination.)

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"I was ready for it, for sure," Pamela told show co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet after learning the news. "We got the lowest score... But we'll keep dancing. We're gonna dance together again. It doesn't end here."

The pair had landed at the bottom of the leaderboard on Monday night with their first dance - a cha cha that earned just 17 out of 30 points.

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While their score wasn't high, the judges, on Monday, told the Season 10 alum she had promise as a ballroom dancer in the All-Star competition.

"You look like a girl who go all the way, but you have to put the work," judge Bruno Tonioli said at the time. "You are a good performer, but there wasn't enough work there for me to really praise you... You're very entertaining, but you need to work harder."

It appears the actress can now put her efforts into something else - she confirmed on Tuesday's "DWTS" she is heading to Broadway.

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"Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" returns for its second week of competition on Monday, October 2 at 8/7c on ABC.

-- Jolie Lash

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