The possibility of Heather Mills’ prosthetic leg to go flying off on the celebrity dance show Dancing with the Stars season four is now the subject of an online gambling site called Bodog.com. The said site opened bets on whether her prosthetic leg would fly off during a dance routine specifically stating that it “must fall off, not be purposely taken off, during a dance routine for all Yes wagers to be graded a win.”
Bodog.com is an online host of entertainment services, which includes online gambling, music, publishing, an international record label, and an international television production division.
Early March, the 39-year old activist who is also known to be the ex-wife of infamous Beatles member Sir Paul McCartney, expressed her optimism about her performance despite having a prosthetic leg. She told Extra, “I have no fear. I’m quite happy to be thrown around… and hopefully my leg will stay on…It’s very, very unlikely my leg’s going to fly off. Even though it would be quite funny to knock one of the judges out…I’m hoping to show people that even with a prosthetic leg you can dance.”
Despite her enthusiastic outlook on her participation on Dancing with the Stars, there’s much noise with her possible dropout on the program. Mill’s difficulty in training has prompted her to quit her “secret” rehearsals at London’s Pineapple Dance Studio. In addition, there is word from E-Canada that she may have hit a physical stumbling block that will force her to withdraw from Dancing with the Stars. An informer told Closer magazine that, “Heather has been through hell recently and it’s great for her to focus on, something other than her daughter and the divorce, but the show’s rehearsals have left her in a lot of pain. The sores are especially bad where her leg joins her prosthetic limb, but she’s determined not to give up.”
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist