Heidi Klum is finally speaking out about rumors that she had an affair with her bodyguard, Martin Kristen, while still married to Seal.
“When we were together, I never looked at another man," Klum reportedly told Couric in the episode, which airs Wednesday.
Late last month, Klum was spotted getting close to Kristen in Sardinia while on vacation with her family.
Days later, Seal told TMZ, "I would have thought that Heidi would have shown a little more class and at least waited until we separated first before deciding to fornicate with the help, as it were." He later clarified via his publicist that he did not mean to imply that she was cheating while the two were still together; rather, their divorce is not yet finalized so the pair is still legally married.
In response to Seal's comment, Klum reportedly told Couric, “It was a unique choice of words... I’m used to it. Other people aren’t."
The famed couple separated in January 2012 after seven years of marriage, and Klum filed for divorce in April. They have four children together, including Klum's daughter from a previous relationship.
Their split shocked and saddened fans, perhaps in part due to the couple's annual tradition of renewing their wedding vows. But they're hardly the first celebrity couple to call it quits despite saying "I do" -- again. Here, five other couples who divorced after renewing their vows:
Four years into their marriage, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony joined New York Mets outfielder Carlos Beltran and his wife for a joint vow-renewal ceremony in Las Vegas in October 2008. Two years later, in July 2010, the couple used the occasion of their Hidden Hills, CA housewarming party to say "I do" once more, this time on their sixth wedding anniversary. "We realized the bets in Vegas [on whether we'd make it] stopped at five years," Anthony joked to Us Weekly at the time. But in July 2011, the couple called it quits after seven years of marriage. They share custody of their 3-year-old twins, Max and Emme, 3.
After almost eight years together, Madonna reportedly renewed her vows to filmmaker Guy Ritchie in a private Kabbalah ceremony in London. At the time, the Daily Mail labeled the August 2008 ceremony a "last-ditch attempt to save their troubled marriage." Apparently, they were right; a rep for the singer announced the couple's split in October 2008, People reported. Today, they share custody of their two sons, Rocco, 11, and six-year-old David Banda, whom the couple adopted from Malawi.
In August 2008, Jon and Kate Gosselin renewed their wedding vows in Hawaii, surrounded by their eight kids. The tearful ceremony was later broadcast on a special episode of TLC's "Jon & Kate Plus 8." (Watch the ceremony on TLC's official site.) Less than a year later, the two had split and Kate reminisced about their second wedding ceremony on the "Today" show. "I think very often of it, and in that moment, I meant those vows," Gosselin told Meredith Vieira. "And there was no option for us other than to be together. And so much has changed."
The late Amy Winehouse had a notoriously volatile relationship with ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil, a former video production assistant. In January 2008 -- a year into their tumultuous marriage -- UK paper The Independent reported that Winehouse had allegedly renewed her vows to Fielder-Civil while he was prison for assault and obstruction of justice. But the pair divorced in July 2009, after two years of marriage and an admission of adultery on Winehouse's part. Still, when the singer died in July 2011, Fielder-Civil was reportedly inconsolable. "Everybody who knew me and knew Amy knew the depth of our love. I can't believe she's dead," he said in a statement to British tabloid The Sun.
In July 2009, Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson celebrated 15 years of marriage to husband Donn with an onscreen vow renewal ceremony in Turks and Caicos. Gunvalson dished on the ceremony in a January 2010 blog post: "It's as if Donn and I drew a line in the sand and said from this day forward, we are leaving the past behind us and starting a new marriage," she wrote. In spite of the effort, Gunvalson filed for divorce in October 2010, after 16 years of marriage.