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Klum: No 'boobgate' for Bieber

Heidi Klum has insisted that Justin Bieber did not touch her breasts when posing for a picture with her.

Photos of the pair at amfAR's 21st Cinema Against AIDS gala in Cannes on May 22 appeared to show the pop star with his hand on the model's bust, which she has denied.

"He was totally not touching me, by the way. I know that was like a big thing - 'Justin Boober', " she told New York Post's Page Six.

"It maybe looks like that because sometimes in pictures things look a little... I'm like, what are they talking about? He's very polite and very nice."

Heidi, who hosts America's Got Talent, also admitted spending time with her four children can be more tiring than working.

"Sometimes being with the kids can actually be more exhausting than going to work because I have four of them. New York is a crazy city, so my eyes have to be everywhere," she told Hamptons magazine.

Heidi, who is also a judge on Project Runway, makes a huge effort to balance motherhood with her career.

"That's the part that can sometimes get a little tricky, because I want to make time for my kids. I get up at 6am, make breakfast and be there with my kids because I shoot till 9pm. At least I can spend a little time with them in the morning," she revealed.

"When I have days off, I pile that time with fun things for the kids to do. When I do Project Runway in New York and I'm off, I do things with my kids."

The 40-year-old added: " I always think of things for them to do to keep them entertained and make it memorable."

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