And unfortunately, it's the kind of pantomime where speaking (and even singing) is necessary!
Pamela Anderson will join the cast of Aladdin at London's New Wimbledon Theatre for two weeks starting December 13th.
Although she has never been exposed to the art of pantomime, she will taking on the role of the Genie of the Lamp.
Well, she's no Robin Williams!
"I was honoured to be asked to work on stage in such a legendary and beautiful theatre as Wimbledon - but I confess I did not really know what pantomime was all about," said Pam. "As it happens, my manager is British and the more he explained it the more excited I got."
The more he explained about the show or the ca$h she's getting?!
"Stupid jokes, interacting with the audience, double entendres, irresponsible fun and making kids laugh. Just my cup of tea and I cannot wait to start," she continued.
Since when is she great with kids?!
According to a theatre spokesman, "We have to thank First Family Entertainment for persuading Pamela to come over. She's not expecting any star treatment - as you can imagine, it's theatre so it's all glitsy and glamorous on stage but not quite the same backstage. She'll be bringing her family and we'll do our best to make sure she has a great Christmas and feels very welcome."
We're sure any offer to work will make her feel welcome!
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