Wendy Williams is really not happy with Heidi Klum.
On her self-titled talk show Tuesday, Williams, 48, tore into the Project Runway host, 39, and her intense new romance with her longtime bodyguard Martin Kirsten.
Although Klum went public with the relationship -- her first since she and husband Seal announced their separation in early 2012 -- in September, Williams argued to her audience that Klum and Kirsten have been romantically involved for much longer than that.
"He's worked for Heidi in the family for four years. Seal, you know what that means -- and not just when you were out of town," she said, later adding, "I don't think this is a new relationship, do you?"
(Of her South African-born beau, Klum recently told German magazine Bunte "I'm in love!" She explained to Katie Couric back in September that the romance had "just started" with Kirsten over the summer. Although Seal initially lashed out about Klum's new beau, complaining that his ex was "fornicating with the help," he later explained that he never implied his wife cheated during their seven-year marriage.)
Referring to a displayed snapshot of Kirsten carrying and embracing Leni, the eldest among Klum and Seal's four kids, Williams commanded the "Kiss or a Rose" singer to "[get] half her money."
"I haven't reported a story about love this disgusting since Sandra Bullock and that man," Williams continued, referring to Bullock's ex-husband Jesse James, who infamously cheated on the Oscar-winner with many women.
"It pains me to report stories like this when the woman, in my mind, is clearly in the wrong," Williams ranted.
She then offered Seal an action plan to "get back at" Klum: "You don't let the finances go with this divorce. I don't know how much you're worth, but she's worth more. you need half!"
Her second suggestion for Seal? "You need yourself a new girlfriend," she advised. "Someone young, hot and with a long future in modeling, and really fertile."
She added: "I'm thinking someone like Kate Upton would make Heidi's pot liquor cooler."
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