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Mills Announces Reality Show

Heather Mills shares plans to produce a new celebrity-based reality show focusing on disabilities.

Recently, longtime animal-activist and 2009 VN Person of the Year Heather Mills announced plans to produce a reality television show that will feature a cast of celebrities who volunteer to live with a disability for one week. For example, Mills proposed that temperamental chef Gordon Ramsay volunteer for the show and attempt to prepare meals blindfolded. Mills was recently voted off UK reality show Dancing On Ice, and last year the vegan starlet appeared on ABC's Dancing With the Stars. Aside from her reality television endeavors, Mills is the owner of several vegan restaurants and VBites, a popular, UK-based vegan-food company.

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