Gavin Rossdale says it's time to "move on" from his marriage breakdown.
The 50-year-old Bush frontman split from Gwen Stefani last year amid claims he was unfaithful with their children's 24-year-old nanny but Gavin says it is time to put all that in the past.
Speaking to The Sunday Times Style magazine: "It's, like, enough already. I've got to move on. Everyone has got to move on. For me, it's just thinking about the boys and how to prioritise them. That's the driving force behind everything. You just have to ... I don't know. Somehow you have to put one foot after the other and make it happen.
"I have an incredible life with them, and that's what matters. You can't keep up with all the vitriol. Just don't get into all that. [I like Twitter] and I want to be active, but it's a case of not worrying about the miscellaneous 15-year-old from Ohio with an opinion. It doesn't matter."
Gavin also insisted he wants his and Gwen's sons - Kingston, 10, Zuma, eight, and Apollo, two - to be "better versions" of him.
He said: "They're the guys - they're my replacements. The better versions of me. I'm going to try and take all the things I've ever done wrong and keep them away from that."
Gwen, 47, has was a mentor on the US version of 'The Voice' and Gavin recently signed up to take part in 'The Voice UK' but he didn't get any tips from her.
When asked if she has been supportive, he said: "You know... We just... It's really about focusing on the kids. That's our thing."
And when the interviewer remarked that 'The Voice' is turning into a family profession, Gavin replied: "Oh, don't say that."
Gavin found out 13 years ago that he is the father of model Daisy Lowe, 27, from a brief fling with her mother Pearl Lowe, and the pair are now extremely close.
He said: "Amazing, incredible, I'm so proud of her."