Scoop! Tori vs. the ex in a verbal smackdown

Things are getting ugly between Tori Spelling and her new husband’s ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace.

Last year, the “So NoTORIous” star, who was married to actor Charlie Shanian, hooked up with a very married Dean McDermott on the set of some horrible TV movie called “Mind Over Murder.” McDermott promptly divorced Eustace, after 12 years of marriage (the couple has a 7-year-old son), and married Spelling in May.

Eustace has dealt with the end of her marriage the same way any self-respecting woman would: She’s shopping around a tell-all book appropriately titled, “My Husband Left Me for Tori Spelling.”

Well, it all came to a head on Sunday at the MuchMusic awards in Toronto, when Spelling, who was a presenter, and Eustace both showed up at the show. Spelling threw a hissy fit and had Eustace thrown out, forcing her to watch the telecast across the street, according to PageSix.com.

Spelling then mocked Eustace while handing out an award, telling the audience how great it is to be married to a Canadian: “They’re a lot nicer and they have nasty ex-wives who write tell-all books. What more could a girl ask for?”

“Welcome to my life. I’m up against a dynasty,” Eustace told gossip columnist Shinan Govani.

But the actress formerly known as Donna Martin says she is tired of Eustace playing the martyr.

“She plays the victim card over and over,” Spelling told PageSix.com. “It’s pathetic bordering on lunacy. I hope for the sake of her children she gains some self-respect.”

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Another baby for Heidi & Seal?

Heidi Klum and Seal didn’t waste anytime. The “Project Runway” host and the singer just welcome baby Henry in September, and a source thisclose to the couple says Klum is already six weeks pregnant.

“Obviously, she and Seal are thrilled!” the source told Star magazine. “I guess becoming a mom again must have agreed with Heidi, since they’re starting again so soon after [Henry].”

This will be the couple’s second child, but Klum’s third as she has a daughter, Leni, 2, by her old flame race car driver Flavio Briatore.

Nic & Keith make peace with the paparazzi

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are trying to make nice with the paparazzi, which is hanging around outside Kidman’s Sydney home hoping to snap some shots of the soon-to-be married Aussie duo.

Figuring the more than 20 photographers aren’t going anywhere, Kidman and Urban provided them with a case of water and beer with a note, “Enjoy! Nicole and Keith,” according to People magazine.

Earlier that day, the photographers sent Kidman flowers for her 39th birthday, which was Tuesday, and sang the Oscar winner “Happy Birthday” through her home’s intercom system.

‘Die Hard’ with a lawsuit

Perhaps Kidman and Urban should offer some advice to Bruce Willis about dealing with the paparazzi.

Willis has filed a defamation lawsuit against a photographer who filed a battery report against Willis, claiming the actor channeled his inner Sean Penn on him and attacked him outside a Los Angeles restaurant.

The photographer, Anthony Goodrich, claims Willis strong-armed him and shoved the camera in his face on June 13, but Willis says the photographer is making the whole thing up.

Willis is seeking more than $1 million in damages, because he believes the photographer’s claim will damage his career.

Oh, puh-leeze. Willis’ desire to make another “Die Hard” sequel and horrible movies such as “The Whole Ten Yards” are what’s going to hurt his career.

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