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Thursday 25 December 2014

Heather Mills is rank outsider to win Dancing On Ice

Charity campaigner Heather Mills has been confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2010.
Charity campaigner Heather Mills has been confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2010.

Heather Mills has joined Dancing On Ice — but bookies make her a rank outsider to win the show.

Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife has been confirmed for the 2010 line-up along with EastEnders star Daniella Westbrook, Gordon Ramsay's wife Tana, Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies and singer Sinitta.

Boyzone's Mikey Graham and former Coronation Street actor Danny Young are favourites to win. Mills appeared on Dancing With The Stars, the US version of Strictly Come Dancing.

She will compete against The Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack, whose mother is Sir Paul's cousin, as well as The Bill's Gary Lucy, comedian and actor Bobby Davro, GMTV's Dr Hilary Jones, Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson, actor Jeremy Sheffield and actress Hayley Tamaddon.

William Hill make Young and Graham their joint favourite at 4-1 and Westbrook (25-1), Mills, (25-1) and Jones (33-1) outsiders.

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