Pamela Anderson would wear her 'Dancing on Ice' costumes to bed.
The 45-year-old blonde is delighted with the skimpy outfits she will wear on the show and says they remind her of some of her sexy nightgowns.
She said: ''I've got nightgowns like this at home that I wander round my bedroom in.''
However, the former 'Baywatch' star's enthusiasm isn't shared by fellow contestant Anthea Turner, 52, who wants her outfits to have higher necklines.
Speaking about the short pink outfit she donned for yesterday's (03.01.13) series launch, she said: ''I don't think I'd wear this on the ice.''
Lauren Goodger says the glitzy outfits are the ''best thing'' about being on the show.
She said: ''I love it - all the outfits are me to a T. I love the glitz, the glamour, the hair, the make-up, everything.
''Costume want to know what colours we want, what cuts we want. They can put an arm on while you stand there.
''I've been trying all the costumes in all the colours.
''It's the best thing about doing this show.''
And rugby star Gareth Thomas admitted to being apprehensive about the costumes, but has decided to embrace every aspect of the show.
He said: ''I'm learning to embrace the sparkles. The wardrobe department showed me the available outfits and I thought, 'You know what? That's not really me.'
''But when you get into it, you understand the whole performance is a show and the outfits become part of the skating. You get over it.''
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