Monday, March 29, 2010

Titivating Pamela Anderson On Dancing With

Dancing with the Stars celebrities
” actually strengthened. Pamela Anderson is one of the stars that came in the second week of competition.

Len Goodman
said to Pamela Anderson in an episode of Dancing with Stars tonight. “It had a cheeky charm. You’ve been titivating yourself haven’t you?” It sounds ugly, doesn’t it? No. Titivate means “to smarten up.

We all got a lesson in Brit-speak on "Dancing With the Stars" tonight when Len Goodman asked Pamela Anderson, "You've been titivating yourself, haven't you?"

No, the head judge wasn't being crude. Turns out "titivate" means "to smarten up," according to British-American translation

The judge must provide constructive feedback on Pamela Anderson's Foxtrot. Head Judge Len Goodman was even named Pamela Anderson ""titivating' a rare choice of words for the busty blonde.”


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