The Knocked Up star wed the musician in 2007 but the pair didn't live together before the nuptials - and neat-freak Heigl admits it was hard to get used to Kelley's disorganised lifestyle.
She tells Britain's Friday Night with Jonathan Ross TV show, "It's really nice but the first three to six months were pretty rough. Those first years of marriage are hard because you're trying to get used to the fact that this person will always be around.
"We didn't (live together before marriage). I don't know how I'd feel about it now but at the time I was clinging to my independence a little bit. I'm a little OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) and I like things the way I like them so I clinged to the last few months of that when we were dating.
"We got married and I felt like throwing myself off a cliff! I love him, he's great, but he does leave c**p everywhere."
Bosses at U.S. network Fox announced last month (Mar10) that the action show's current eighth season will be its last.
Sutherland recently filmed his final scenes as Jack Bauer - and it was an emotional moment for the star.
He tells Britain's Friday Night With Jonathan Ross TV show, "It's been the gift of a lifetime. It's a bittersweet situation. We believe it was right to end the series but we were not prepared for the emotional reaction. We worked with the same people for 14 hours a day, five days a week for nine years and they become like your family. I spent more time with them than my family.
"The very last day, it was hard shooting it and the second they called the last wrap I watched really tough guys fall apart. It was really moving. I thought I had prepared for it, I went to say a few words to the crew about how much this time had meant to me and my bottom lip went - as much as you think you can prepare for a moment like that it was much more difficult than I thought."
But the star is delighted with the ending. He adds, "There's a very touching moment. I don’t think me or the other actor thought it would be. That last moment actually worked well, we’re proud of it and it worked really well."
The controversial broadcaster announced on Thursday (07Jan10) he will leave the corporation when his $29 million (£18 million), three-year deal comes to an end in July (10).
He has worked at the BBC since 1997, fronting his ratings-winning Friday Night With Jonathan Ross chat show and a Saturday morning radio slot.
In a statement, Ross says: "Although I have had a wonderful time working for the BBC, and am very proud of the shows I have made while there, over the last two weeks I have decided not to re-negotiate when my current contract comes to an end... I would like to make it perfectly clear that no negotiations ever took place and that my decision is not financially motivated... Working at the BBC has been a tremendous privilege, and I would like to thank everyone who has watched and listened so loyally over the last 13 years."
In recent years, Ross' career has been peppered with controversy over his racy interviews. In 2008, he was suspended for 12 weeks after making prank calls to Fawlty Towers legend Andrew Sachs on funnyman Russell Brand's radio show.
The sleepy Walk the Line star had just woken up from a nap after arriving in London last week (ends06Dec09) when she tripped over herself - but she insists she didn't feel any pain because her foot had fallen asleep.
She then proved her bravery by forcing herself into a pair of staggering high heels to appear on U.K. talk show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, where she showed off the injury.
She told the host, "I think I broke my foot. I'm not sure, I haven't had a scan yet. I was taking a nap yesterday because I was real tired, I had jet lag. You know when your foot falls asleep... Then I stood up. Someone called me on the phone and I went to answer the phone, and I said, 'Oh I tripped over my shoe or something!' I looked down and it was my foot I had tripped over! And I hadn't had a thing to drink! I was stone sober! Then it swelled up and now it's all black and blue."
TV funnyman Ricky Gervais has won over John Travolta and convinced him to appear in the Christmas special edition of his show Extras.
The Hollywood star had dismissed the idea of appearing as himself in the final episode of the show, due to hit screens at the end of the year, claiming his busy schedule--preparing for new movie Dallas--meant he wouldn't have time.
But Gervais succeeded in charming him when they both appeared on British talk show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross--which aired last night.
Travolta conceded, "I'll probably do anything Ricky says."
The pair sealed the deal by treating viewers to a dance duet--Gervais performing his David Brent dance from The Office and Travolta showing off some of his Saturday Night Fever moves.
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