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Heather Mills A Dancing Star In Support Of VIVA

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Just weeks after being bounced from PETA, Heather Mills has sashayed her way back into the spotlight with the announcement that she’ll be on the next season of Dancing with the Stars.

Having lost her leg in 1993 in a car accident, Mills will be the first contestant on the show to compete with an artificial limb. A long-time activist for landmines, amputees and animal rights, Mills will donate her appearance fee to Vegetarians International Voice for Animals (VIVA).

For those of you siding with Paul McCartney in the Mills-McCartney divorce proceedings, please forgive me! There is so much negative commentary on this woman I debated even writing the post. However no one ever truly knows what goes on behind closed doors. Given Mills’ long history of activism and current standing as a UN Goodwill Ambassador, I figured the story was worth mentioning.

Dancing with the Stars‘ fourth season will premiere Monday, March 19 at 8:00 on ABC and CTV.

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