Heather Mills to appear on tonight’s Late Late Show

Heather Mills to appear on tonight’s Late Late Show
Heather Mills

Heather Mills will join Ryan Tubridy on the couch tonight to chat about all things The Jump and her former husband Paul McCartney.

Heather recently appeared on Channel 4’s reality TV show The Jump - a show that saw 12 celebrities take on some Winter Olympic events.

Mills was the 3rd contestant to be eliminated when her prosthetic leg shattered just moments before a ski jump.

During the pre-recorded interview with Ryan she will also discuss her relationship with former husband Paul McCartney.

Heather Mills to appear on tonight’s Late Late Show

Paul McCartney

“This is someone I fell in love with who, to me, was a normal guy who happened to write a few cool songs in the 60’s and 70’s,” she tells Ryan.

“Half of them (the kids) don’t know who he is. That’s why he has to go do songs with Rihanna and Kanye West so people remember”

Awkward …

For the full interview tune in to tonight at 9:35pm on RTÉ One.

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