Mills, who was married to Paul McCartney for six years, told The Late Late Show with Ryan Tubridy that she doesn't want to talk about him.
"I don't want this interview to be all about Paul. That umbilical cord was broken," she said."He's married someone else and I agreed to come on the show so it wasn't just all about Paul."
Mills has a lot to talk about as she's a ski-racer with a prosthetic leg, helps animals, owns the biggest vegan company in the world and counsels thousands of people with disabilities.
In spite of the fact that she did not want the interview to be about her ex, she spoke about how she fell out of love with him.
"This is just someone I fell in love with who to me was a normal guy that happened to write a few cool songs in the
She was initially hesitant to discuss her marriage – which ended in a $48.6 million divorce settlement in March 2008.
"I don't really want this interview to be all about Paul, you know, because it's just like that umbilical cord was broken," she told "The Late Late Show" host Ryan Tubridy. "He's married to someone else and, you know, I agreed to come on the show so it wasn't just 'all about Paul.'"
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Speaking on the Irish talk show, "The Late Late Show," O'Connor told host Ryan Tubridy that the music industry was responsible for its art being in a bad state. "I feel sorry for the murder of music and rock 'n' roll, which has happened because of the industry," she said on the program. "Because of Simon Cowell, [British 'X Factor' judge] Louis Walsh -- they've murdered music. I stand to say it on behalf of every musician in the world, and they'll agree with me."
Watch the full "Late Late Show" episode with Sinead O'Connor here.
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