Heather Mills has reportedly signed on for the upcoming fourth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."
Can she dance? Heather Mills, the estranged wife of Paul McCartney, is set to appear on US TV talent show "Dancing With The Stars."
The glamour model, who has a prosthetic leg as her left leg amputated below the knee after being hit by a motorcycle in 1993, has reportedly signed on for the upcoming fourth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." The 38-year-old beauty will reportedly donate earnings from appearing on the reality competition series to an animal welfare charity.
While a representative of Mills won't comment on that encounter, a source revealed, "Some may think this is a surprising way for Heather to raise her profile in the US but she has never been stifled by her disability. She is a great skier and a superb dancer."
Further the source continued, "Heather is keen to build a TV career in the US. The fact she apparently feels she can do the show despite her false leg is bound to create sympathy and headlines."