Fans of troubled diva Whitney Houston are being offered another chance to get their hands on the singer's personal items - editors at US tabloid the National Enquirer are offering up memorabilia they picked up at the soul star's auction. Belts, headbands and a pair of silk DOLCE + GABBANA pants from Whitney's own wardrobe can be won by readers of the Enquirer - for the cost of a stamp. The items were snapped up by the publication's bosses when the owners of a storage facility Houston owed money to decided to auction off her possessions. Houston fans simply have to fill out a coupon in the new issue of the US Enquirer and send it to the magazine for a chance to win the soul superstar's belongings.