On Tuesday, America will send any one of 11 "Dancing" pairs packing. But if buzz is any indication, it won't be Heather Mills and her "Dancing With the Stars" partner.
Heather took a break from her busy "Dancing" routine to come by the "Access Hollywood" stage, where she revealed to Shaun Robinson the surprise she received from Sir Paul.
"I understand your ex sent you flowers," Shaun said to Heather.
"Yes he did," she revealed. "He sent me flowers, and it was great."
Before Heather hit the "DWTS" stage, she received a bouquet of flowers from her soon-to-be-ex-husband, Paul McCartney, with a note that read, "Dear Mummy, Good luck."
"Are you guys friends?" Shaun asked.
"Of course we are. We have a daughter. I've never said anything bad about him," Heather said. "Everyone who has gone through a divorce knows what it is like. It's painful. You have your highs and lows. We all go through different things, but I have managed to look at the bigger picture and in the long term, this is always going to be the father of my daughter. We are always going to have a relationship, and we try and stay as amicable as possible."
The new "Dancing" sensation talked about her plans for daughter Beatrice while she is on the show.
"Any plans to bring Beatrice to the show?" Shaun asked.
"I would never. I keep Beatrice so private," Heather said. "I don't understand when people put their children in the media spotlight. I don't agree with it. It's just my personal opinion. Yes, I could bring her on and get a few more votes and say, 'This is my cute little girl,' but I would never do that."
"What did she say after she saw you dance on TV?" Shaun asked.
"She saw me dance, and her mouth just dropped, and (she) went, 'Mommy you are like a princess. You are like Cinderella,' and she came and she was kissing me everywhere and just for that moment alone, I was like, this was completely worth it," Heather said.
Before her debut on the hit ABC show, much of the buzz was about Heather and how her prosthetic leg would hold up on the dance floor.
After all, if something went wrong — then what?
"How many legs do you have?" Shaun asked her.
"I have three legs. I have a high-heeled, a flat foot and then I have one that I use six months for skiing and six months for Rollerblading," Heather said. "So I just pop it out and put in another one."
But they don't come cheap.
"How much are they?" Shaun asked.
"It's cheaper in England. America is outrageous. This would be like $8,000 in England, but in American $20,000, and it wouldn't be as good," Heather said.