Yada yada yada........I'm so over it.
I know you’ve been planning your fall season around this announcement, but here it is from inside the strange Tom Cruise camp. Tom and Katie Holmes are planning a wedding for sometime in the first three weeks of November, before Thanksgiving.
I don’t know where this event will take place, if a Catholic minister will officiate or if it’s a Scientology event. But at least we have a time frame.
There’s a little more news from the Cruise-Holmes front, and it concerns their initial meeting. Talking to some insiders recently, I discovered that Cruise — when he invited Holmes to join him in Rome right after they met in April 2005 — gave the young actress a credit card with a $100,000 spending limit. He told her to go back to New York and buy whatever she needed for the trip.
Additionally, Cruise, friends say, did indeed have Katie’s car overhauled the day he met her. The order of events seems to have been an eight-hour meeting — yes, an eight-hour meeting — with Cruise to discuss “Mission: Impossible 3.”
During this time, Cruise told Holmes he didn’t like the dents and scrapes on her car, and took it from her. When he returned it the next day, it was like a miracle body lift had taken place. The rest is history.
I’ve said it before, and I will say it again: no one whom Holmes knew prior to her meeting Cruise has seen or heard from her since then. None of her close friends ever received word of her relationship, pregnancy or birth of baby Suri. And nearly none of them expect to be invited to a wedding.
“It’s very sad,” says one ex-friend. “She was a great girl.”
The focus now on the wedding should be interesting considering the addition, about a year ago, to Cruise’s household of his mother, Mary Lee Mapother-South.
For years, Mary Lee Mapother was married to a man named Jack South and lived in Marco Island, Florida. She was a founder of the now defunct Marco Island Film Festival and active at the San Marco Catholic Church as a Eucharistic minister.
But a year ago, Mapother-South left her husband, Marco Island and the church completely. Sources on Marco Island call her a friendly, outgoing woman who was very involved in the community and her religion. Her departure seemed sudden, friends say, even though she talked about the impending birth of little Suri.
But Mapother-South already had grandchildren in California, and hadn’t shown any interest in moving there before. Past friends on Marco Island are mystified.
Yeah sure, they're getting married in November, just like they were getting married this summer following the birth of the kid.
Why do they even bother? No one believes a fucking word they say.
Wait, I actually just read the entire article...and basically what I am getting from it is that he bought Katie. He took her car, fixed it up and they (her friends/family) never heard from her again. Not that I am shocked here, but come on Katie, you should've held out for the good stuff. Geez....she was easily led.
From what the article says, it sounds like Tom bought her too.
Don't they have a five year contract or something?
Mischief. Mayhem. Tattoos. Soap.
didn't we read that Tommy's Momma's Husband left HER and not the way they are telling it. I think she definitely converted to the cult.
Yippee skippee. I just can't wait for this.
They definitely have not been smart about this whole publicity stunt, they've carried it on FAR too long and noone really cares anymore.
^ But sadly, when they marry their wedding pictures are going to be on every magazine cover and gossip rag because some people do care.
I smell trouble. They've been 'getting married' for the longest now. With the quickness they met, got engaged and got pregnant, there's no reason they shouldn't be married by now...there's trouble in paradise. All is not well in TomKatland.
They're never getting married. They just want people to notice how 'normal' they are.
Normal? Don't make me laugh. I'm eating dinner now.
NOthing makes a slow SAturday more intresting than some KrazyKatie and ThetinTom news. Teh car thing is freaky.
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