Heather Mills to Judge Miss U.S.A. Pageant

Heather Mills

ExtraTV.com is reporting that Heather Mills has been selected to be a judge for the upcoming Miss U.S.A. Pageant.

Heather Mills is quick to be back at work soon after she was granted a nearly $50 million divorce settlement from ex-husband Paul McCartney on Monday, March 17. The divorcee is set to hit U.S. television, being selected to be a judge for the upcoming Miss U.S.A. Pageant.

The one-legged charity campaigner will be in hand picking up the beauty most deserving of the Miss U.S.A. crown. The pageant it self is slated to take place this year in Las Vegas on April 11.

Mills became a familiar face on U.S. TV when she took part in reality show "Dancing with the Stars" last year. She was eliminated during the show's sixth week.

High Court Justice Hugh Bennett has on Monday, March 17 issued a ruling in a London courtroom, awarded Mills 24.3 million pound sterling or nearly $50 million in the final ruling in her divorce battle with former hubby McCartney. The amount of money was a fifth of what she had sought from the former Beatle's 400 million pound sterling fortune.

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    Mar 27, 2008

    I cant believe that "The Don" would have his good name associated with the likes of Heather Mills, did he not read the 58 page court documents, that basically determined that she is a lying delusional woman. This canít be good for the pagent itself ( or the ratings) , and to have these lovely young ladies judged by a former prostitute, is just insulting. If your are discusted as me please let the organization members and NBC know how you feel, here are some members email addresses Lark-Marie Antón lanton@missuniverse.com Esther Swan eswan@missuniverse.com Joyce Lee jlee@missuniverse.com Rubenstein Public Relations Dara Busch dbusch@rubensteinpr.com or at NBC Grace Niu, Grace.Niu@nbcuni.com Amanda Ruisi Amanda.Ruisi@nbcuni.com

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