Woman hangs by her teeth over Niagara Falls!

She now intends to perform the stunt dangling by her teeth as it flies over Niagara Falls

She now intends to perform the stunt dangling by her teeth as it flies over Niagara Falls

Trapeze artist Erendira Wallenda hangs over Niagara Falls. She'll be on a Hula-Hoop-type device dangling from a helicopter as it flies 300 feet (91 meter) above the Falls.

Before lifting from the rooftop of the casino's parking garage at around 8:30 a.m., Wallenda, her husband and members of their team said a traditional prayer for a safe return.

The stunt comes almost five years after Nik put on the headline-making performance, crossing 200 ft. above the falls.

After her routine, Erendira waved to the crowd watching her with binoculars and cameras.

"As Erendira's stunt will happen on the five-year anniversary of Nikolas" televised tightrope walk across Niagara, she is quite excited to do the same stunt. "Here is the new world record holder, my attractive wife, Erendira Wallenda".

I don't know about you, but there is no amount of money I'd do that for.

"I was like, 'Absolutely". His last flight above the Falls was many years ago filming for CBS's 'The Amazing Race.' It's a vantage that doesn't get old, Barth said.

Erendira's stunt was unanimously approved by the Niagara County Legislature earlier this year, and $35,000 was set aside for the event.

Wallenda broke the Guinness world record for height set by her daredevil husband, Nik Wallenda, who performed the "iron-jaw hang" in 2011 from a helicopter hovering 250 feet above a theme park in Missouri.

Enerdira did make history - breaking the record by 100ft - a record formerly held by her husband, Nik.

The altitude will take the mother of three above the mist and wind of the roaring falls. While the plan was to hang from her teeth only once for about 15 seconds, she said she felt so good that she opted to repeat the move for about 10 seconds.

Erendira Wallenda above Niagara Falls.

During her feat, her husband leaned face-first out of the helicopter with headphones on that allowed him to communicate with the pilot.

The couple has strong toothpaste - and a "very understanding dentist", Nik Wallenda said.