Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Have Split After Three Years of Unconfirmed Dating, and I'm Devastated

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Wow. After over three years of being in a relationship that was unconfirmed at best and flat-out denied at worst, Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have reportedly split up.


This rumored romance has long been a favorite of the tabloids (they’ve gotten married several dozen times, according to Star), primarily because it involves the ex-wife of Tom Cruise who may or may not have fled her marriage because of Scientology and who has been forced to keep her romantic life out of the headlines due the terms of her divorce settlement, but also because of the interpersonal drama resulting from dating your ex-husband’s friend and former co-star. Though, let’s be honest, it’s mostly because of the former.

Writes Page Six:

The source said, “Jamie wants to continue to act like the carefree guy he is in public. Eventually, the question had to come about whether he was committed enough to the relationship.”

And of course they end the story with this:

Reps for both Holmes and Foxx couldn’t be reached.


[Page Six]

Oh shit! A new biography of Joan Rivers is coming out soon, but despite a rave from Gloria Steinem on its cover, not everyone is happy with it.


Page Six reports that while Joan’s daughter Melissa Rivers “initially cooperated with the book,” she eventually decided put the kibosh on interviews with its author, Leslie Bennetts. Why? Well, maybe because the book isn’t entirely kind to her. One reason for this could be that, per a source, many friends of the late comedian “feel Melissa was a not-very-talented drag on Joan’s career.”



[Page Six]

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