Tristan Macmanus, the 30 year old Irish dancer has found a famous partner. If his name doesn't ring a bell yet you're not the only one.
But now that no less a celebrity than Pamela Anderson is set to become his dancing partner on 'All Star Dancing with the Stars' his fame and fortune are likely to see an upgrade. Yesterday, according to Yahoo, it was announced that for her second time on the popular ABC show, Anderson will cha-cha-cha with the 30-year-old Irish dancer.
MacManus was was previously paired on the show with TV host Nancy Grace, eventually earning the fifth-place spot for the season.
MacManus is a relative newcomer to the show, but Anderson's star wattage will soon change that. The 'Baywatch' star previously danced with Australian pro Damian Whitewood and her chances are looking a lot better this season considering MacManus has competed on 'DWTS' before.
MacManus was partnered with singer Gladys Knight on the show last season, and though the pair only finished in eighth place he earned high scores for a dance he performed with Mark Ballas and celebrity Katherine Jenkins.
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