'Dancing With the Stars': Charo stops by to give Pam Anderson some Spanish flavor

charo-320.jpgCharo stopped by Pamela Anderson's "Dancing With the Stars" rehearsal this past week to teach her a few flamenco moves the paso doble.

Both Charo and Anderson are anti-bullfighting, and the duo teamed up to spice up the "DWTS" contestant's "Dance, Don't Bullfight" themed dance.

"The paso doble is the dance of passion, challenge, aggressive etc., bullfight element (which I'm against of course)," said a post on Anderson's blog page Monday (April 5), referring to the traditional dance that imitates a Spanish bullfight.

So Spanish-born entertainer Charo (who stars in her own dancing protest against bullfighting, the video "España Cañí: Dance, Don't Bullfight.") swooped in and showed Anderson how it's done.

The "Baywatch" star ended up getting her footwork a little jumbled during her performance, but at least her animal activist dance got the message out.

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