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Heidi Klum's New Gig In Today's Hollywood Minute

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/5/2013

Heidi Klum has a new gig and Barbara Walters gets back to work, Carl Azuz has more in today's Hollywood Minute.

After six weeks off the air, Barbara Walters has rejoined the ladies of "The View."

"Today, after a lot of scratching and rest, I'm fine and I'm healthy," Walters said.

She was out with chicken pox, but was also recovering from a concussion she got after a fall at the British
Ambassador's residence in January.

"As I was walking down the stairs I suddenly felt a little woozy, and I fainted, and I hit my head on the marble floor," Walters said.

She even showed off her scar.

Walters joked she spent her recovery watching "The View" and yelling at her T-V screen.

Heidi Klum is a veteran judge of fashion, but now she'll ecide whether "America's Got Talent."

The host and executive producer of "Project Runway" is joining the NBC reality competitikon as a judge when it starts its eighth season in May.

She'll join returning judges Howie Mandel and Howard Stern, along with newcomer Mel B of the Spice Girls.

It's the first time "America's Got Talent" will feature four judges.

On its website, the FBI has posted crazed fan letters sent to Whitney Houston, along with other details anout investigations to protect the singer.

In 1988 a so-called "loner" in Vermont threatened to "hurt someone" if Houston did mot acknowledge him.

Another person demanded $250,000 or threatened to reveal "intimate details" of her love life.

None of the cases led to criminal charges.

   
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