Pamela Anderson has admitted she wasn't surprised to be the first contestant eliminated from Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars Tuesday night.

"No, we got the lowest scores and, you know, that was a subtle hint. I was thinking, 'Possibly. It's crazy, all these guys are so good. I don't know what the heck's going on. I'm not a dancer!'" Anderson said during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with professional partner Tristan MacManus following her ouster last night.

Anderson suggested she didn't have much time to practice her first Dancing with the Stars cha cha routine of the season, which would've clearly contributed to her lackluster performance that received only 17 out of 30 possible points from judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.

"I traveled a lot last month, and so, Tristan was supposed to come with me. But then they didn't send him with me. We didn't get as much rehearsal with everybody, but I think, I don't know. We still -- It's not his fault for sure," Anderson explained.

"It was what it was. I got to spend a lot of time with her. I would've loved to have gone away with her," MacManus added.

However, one good thing apparently came out of the pair's ouster.

"Well, now we can do it!" Anderson said smiling, addressing how she and MacManus claimed they didn't want to hookup while on the show in fear it would negatively affect their obvious onstage chemistry.

"Mexico next week! We're not going to stop dancing together."

When Kimmel commented that the couple seemed as if they had established a real love connection during their short time together on Dancing with the Stars: All Stars, Anderson replied, "I know, now all bets are off."