NEW ORLEANS - Heidi Klum is one very happy celebrity model as she has just learned that she has been pegged to be the second female judge replacing America's Got Talent judge Sharon "Dah-Ling" Osbourne.
Klum, 39, will be joining Howie Mandel, Howard Stern, and former Spice Girl Melanie Brown as the quartet of judges on the upcoming season of AGT.
Show host Nick "The Stick" Cannon, who is the lucky dude that's married to Mariah "The Rack" Carey, said that he is thrilled that America's Got Talent is adding two absolutely stunning looking women.
He recently confided to Bedroom Pillow Talk that he was getting tired of the old Halloween goblin faces of Howie and Howard.
Heidi, whose nickname is The Body, agreed to appear on the show but asked that a clause be put into her contract.
The clause stipulates that if Howard "The Mouth" Stern says anything of a vulgar nature to her during the show or during a commercial break the shows executives will be required to pay her an extra $20,000 for each out-of-line incident.
When Stern was told about her request, he informed one of the shows producers that they had better get out their checkbook.
Bedroom Pillow Talks' Gazebo Serengeti said that the shows executives had actually considered two other celebrities along with Klum.
Kate Gosselin was rejected because she was considered a bit too moody and Ke$ha was rejected because she was considered a bit to glittery.
SIDENOTE: AGT executives have just advised Howard Stern that they've added a new clause into his contract which clearly states that if he insults Ms. Klum in any way, shape, or form and they are forced to pay the $20,000 fee that the full amount will be deducted from his next paycheck.