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Saturday, 30 March 2013

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Gisele is one of the top sneakers models in the United States. (Photo courtesy of Paco Peso).

NEW YORK CITY - Gisele Bundchen recently filed a lawsuit against the producers of Dancing With The Stars.

The lawsuit stemmed from the fact she had been promised that she was going to be a celebrity contestant on this season's edition.

But at the last minute Bundchen says she was dropped and replaced by former Olympic figure skating champion Dorothy Hamill, who has since dropped out due to a problem with her spine.

Giselle, who is married to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, hired New York City attorney Dardanelle Cyrus Blewpillski to represent her.

Blewpillski is noted for having represented such noted clients as Reverend Jessie Jackson, New York Yankees super star Derek Jeter, and two of the New York City Rockettes, Rochelle Chinchilla and Fanny Babbleback who were involved in the notorious Dancing Shoe Scandal of 2011.

The sneakers model was asked by The Gossipette Gazette why the producers had decided not to include her in this season's edition of Dancing With The Stars.

Gisele got misty eyed and said they told her they were afraid that due to her fiery hot Brazilian temper that she would have insulted and embarrassed the three judges.

Shortly after Bundchen filed her lawsuit, the DWTS producers met with her and worked out a deal where she would agree to drop her lawsuit.

In exchange for her dropping her $4.1 million Reality Show Interruptus Per Se lawsuit, she will be allowed to serve as a guest judge on two of the DWTS shows.

The producers have also agreed to let Gisele present the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy to the winning couple on the shows finale.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: The Amalgamated Department of Data Gathering is reporting that nationwide sales of the Gisele Bundchen Bobblehead Doll have totaled 73,902 since January 1 of this year. They added that 72,416 were sold in the Boston area alone.]

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