Entertainment News: Houston file released by FBI

(CNN) - On its website, the FBI has posted crazed fan letters sent to Whitney Houston, along with other details about investigations to protect the singer. In 1988 a so-called "loner" in Vermont threatened to "hurt someone" if Houston did not acknowledge him. Another person demanded $250-thousand dollars or threatened to reveal "intimate details" of her love life. None of the cases led to criminal charges.



(CNN) - Heidi Klum is a veteran judge of fashion, but now she'll decide whether "America's Got Talent." The host and executive producer of "Project Runway" is joining the NBC reality competition 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.

(CNN) - Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former governor, actor and body builder, is again a magazine editor. He first got the position with "Muscle & Fitness" as well as "Flex" magazines ten years ago. He quit after being elected governor in California. The two magazines have featured him on their covers more than 60 times.


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