First Heather Mills placed a bet that her prosthetic left leg will stay on throughout Dancing with the Stars' fourth season.  Now she may be betting some dough on which one of her competitors will win Dancing with the Stars' mirror ball trophy.

"I think that [Apolo Anton Ohno] should win," Mills said as a guest on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM morning radio program on Monday, according to People. "He has not got any dance experience  -- I mean, none of us have except [former N Sync member Joey Fatone] -- and I think he is just amazing."

The 39-year-old former model and estranged wife of former Beatle Paul McCartney isn't exactly going out on a limb with the prediction that the two-time Olympic gold medalist speed skater and his partner Julianne Hough will win the competition.  The duo scored a perfect 10 from all three of the Dancing with the Stars' judges for their samba during last Monday night's performance episode, making them the first pair to score a 30 this season.

On the flip side, things haven't been so stellar for Mills and her partner Jonathan Roberts in recent weeks.  After scoring well with the judges during the first and second weeks of competition, the duo fell to the middle-of-the-pack during the third week of performances.  Last week her Dancing with the Stars experience took a turn for the worse, as Mills and Roberts found themselves among the bottom-two based on a combination of the judges' scores and viewer votes.

"I was in the bottom two last week. You never go in the bottom two and then end up in the finals in the history of Dancing with the Stars," Mills told Seacrest.  "I am amazed that I got this far.  I expected to go out way long ago. I am just thankful for all of the Americans who have actually voted for me. If I go out [this week] I am totally expecting it, but Jonathan and I are going to put on a great performance."