Tuesday gossip roundup: Heidi Klum doesn’t want Seal back

Klum and Seal in happier times.
Angela Weiss

It looks like any hopes for Heidi Klum and Seal patching things up have been dashed, as Klum reportedly feels better and better about her decision to file for divorce every day, according to People magazine. “They have had very little contact and Heidi wants to keep it this way,” a source says. She feels less stressed out now and feels it’s best to be away from Seal, so she doesn’t get confused about her feelings. She is moving forward with the divorce.” Some fans held out hope for reconciliation as the famous couple continued to wear their wedding rings — and apparently they weren’t alone. “They had both been wearing their wedding rings and had mutually thought they might be able to work it out. But it doesn’t look like it’s going that way,” the source says.

Since Justin Theroux broke up with his girlfriend of 14 years shortly before getting together with Jennifer Aniston, the former “Friends” star has been dodging claims that she’s a home-wrecker, but Aniston insists she and Theroux — who met while filming “Wanderlust” — didn’t get together until later. “Nothing happened on that movie,” she tells GQ magazine. “It’s a rumor — it’s the easy rumor, but nothing happened. We were just friends.” Speaking of rumors, Aniston continues to use her current press tour to clear up a few stories floating around about her. “I’m not having triplets. Not having twins. Nor am I having one baby. I did not elope,” she tells the magazine. “The one time I do say, ‘Yes! I’m pregnant!’ they’ll be like, ‘Pfft. Right.’”

Tim Tebow insists that he and Katy Perry are not dating — much to the dismay of Perry’s mother. “No, there’s not” any truth to the hookup rumors, Tebow tells Hollyscoop. “I’m just having fun and enjoying my life, trying to enjoy every moment and not get too caught up in any of the hype.”

Victoria Beckham is striking back at critics who have said she’s been looking miserable lately. “Look, if people want to say I’m miserable then so be it,” Beckham tells the Sunday Mirror, explaining that she’s just exhausted from the combination of having new baby girl Harper to care for and a fashion line to oversee. “And then people want to say I look crap. Well, I’m a working mum, so give me a break. I’d like there to be a break but I very much doubt it’s going to happen any time soon. When Harper sleeps that will be my break.”

After keeping mum for three years, Minnie Driver has revealed the identity of the father of her son, Henry, saying it was a writer on “the Riches,” her former TV series. “He’s not famous,” Driver tells the Observer — without actually naming the man. “I don’t need to protect him anymore. He can fend for himself. He’s a grownup. We weren’t together and he wasn’t directly in the business so I chose to protect him and not have a rain of publicity.” As for how things are now between Driver and Henry’s father? “Is he a good dad? Sort of. He’s figuring it out,” she says. “I mean, he hasn’t been that involved — his choice. But he is now.”

Charlie Sheen clearly had second thoughts about his recent harsh words about Ashton Kutcher and the new season of “Two and a Half Men,” as he’s issued an apology to his sitcom replacement — via TMZ, of course. “Dear Ashton. My bad. I was disrespectful to a man doing his best,” Sheen writes. “I got excited and threw you into the crossfire, but the rest of my statement I stand behind. You however, deserve better. Safety in your travels sir.” The part of his previous tirade that he’s not apologizing for? “I’m tired of pretending the show doesn’t suck,” he said, adding that Kutcher is “saddled with bad writing.”



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