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Tom and Katie Keep Up Their Fakery

Does anyone still believe these two are “real”? Is it any coincidence that Katie has a film coming out (The Romantics) and suddenly we see her, with her “amazing” husband, on the red carpet? When was the last time these two were seen together? . . . (crickets) . . . Anyone? . . .I’m waiting . . . Exactly!


Exhibit A.  Photo to the left.  Nevermind how horrible Katie looks – - although I do wonder how someone with Tom Cruise’s black AmEx card and plenty of stylists available can continue to look like fashion roadkill. Who on earth told her it was cool or trendy to pair beige shoes with black hose? And if this crazy woman tries to tell us one more time that her fashion felonies are a result of the ever resourceful Suri choosing her clothes, I'm going to scream.  Good God! Look at Tom. He sure is enamored of his wife, isn’t he? Sure is attracted to her. Because most men would keep their hands safely crammed in their pockets if they are truly in love with their wives and proud of them (said with a heavy dose of sarcasm).

Are you going to see The Romantics? I do like Anna Paquin (and love True Blood) but I cannot stomach the thought of two hours of Katie Holmes, her fake acting and that annoying little girl voice of hers. Ugh.  Not to mention her connection (via The Little General) with the Church of Scientology.

It’s time for Xenu to send his spaceship to pick these two up and return them to whatever crazy planet they came from.

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  1. Apparently was Katie was allowed out that night, but I'm sure she got into trouble later for wearing shoes that made her tower over Tom.

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  2. Ha ha, Jenny Girl. For someone who is reportedly so sensitive about his height, Tom always picks employees taller than him (even without the heels).

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