The world almost experienced a mass pumpkin suicide yesterday when TMZ heard that the reigning king and queen of Halloween, Heidi Klum and Seal, were making plans to murder the life out of their marriage after 6 years together. Cherubs turned their arrows on themselves and lovebirds made plans to legally change their name to loveisaliebirds. But everybody can stop now, because one of People’s sources say that TMZ is being a melodramatic tea-spilling queen. Because although Heidi and Seal have hit a rough patch (Side note: Whenever anyone uses the phrase “rough patch” when talking about relationships problems, I always picture that rash you get when you rub up against a crotch with serious pube stubble.), they aren’t making plans to legally quit each other anytime soon.
Heidi and Seal’s marriage is getting shanked in the ass by a rose, but they’re still trying to work it out. The source says that before Heidi leaves for Germany to shoot Germany’s Top Model and Seal leaves for Australia to do The Voice over there, they are spending time together at home in Brentwood. Cut to the source: “They’ve been fighting a lot lately, but they have no plans to announce a split right now. They’re not divorcing. They seem to be doing a lot better. They’re both wearing their wedding bands.”
Wait. So Heidi and Seal are trying to fix their marriage by spending all their time together? Didn’t spending time together fuck them up in the first place? The problem is that they’re always fighting, so now they’re in a house together where they can fight all the time. The fuck kind of solution is that? If that solution was on a dress form, Tim Gunn would sashay in and kick it to the floor before saying “Make it work!”
I think that when a married couple is fighting all the time and they need to be in the same house together they should look to Oprah’s “pretend you have a British houseguest” marital advice as the solution to their problems. And by that I mean, they should stop fighting to make fun of Oprah and her ridiculous ass marital advice. Making fun of Oprah can be the glue that holds your marriage together.