'Dancing with the Stars' contestant Pamela Anderson is being forced to wear nipple covers, also known as ''pasties'' to stop her exposing herself during her dance routines.
The former 'Baywatch' actress - who is known for her busty, curvy figure - has been told to wear special breast stickers, commonly known as "pasties", by show bosses to try and keep her nipples under cover.
She told KIIS-FM radio host Ryan Seacrest: "I think the pasties arrive at every rehearsal and everywhere I go.
"They hand them to me. I don't like them. They bother me and I burst through them anyway... it's just a nipple!"
Pamela believes bosses are going to extreme measures to keep her covered because the Standards and Practices Department at US TV network ABC are terrified of a costume mishap.
She quipped: "I'm like, 'Oh hi, no nothing is going to fall out, nothing is going to burst out.' I don't know what it is. These outfits I'm wearing are much less revealing than the professional dancers."
Despite from worrying about a wardrobe malfunction, the 42-year-old beauty adores her time on the show because it allows her to spend more time with her sons Brandon, 13 and 12-year-old Dylan, who she has with her ex-husband Tommy Lee.