Suspicious Letter Addressed to ‘DWTS’

    In this image released by ABC, back row from left, NBA player Ron Artest, actor David Arquette, actor and Iraq War veteran J.R. Martinez, TV personality Rob Kardashian, activist Chaz Bono, seated from left, TV personalities Ricki Lake, Kristin Cavallari, singer Chynna Phillips, TV host Nancy Grace, Soccer player Hope Solo and Italian personality Elisabetta Canalis, the celebrity cast for the upcoming dance competition series, "Dancing with the Stars," pose for a portrait in Los Angeles. The series will premiere on Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 on ABC. (AP Photo/ABC, Adam Taylor)

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    A fan upset over Nancy Grace’s wardrobe malfunction, perhaps? A letter containing a suspicious white powder addressed to Dancing With the Stars prompted the dispatch of emergency personnel to the mailroom at CBS Studios, where the letter was found. Officials confirmed later that the white powder was not anthrax or any other harmful substance. It’s still unclear if the letter was addressed to any specific cast member.

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