Katie Holmes And Jamie Foxx NOT “Secretly Married,” Despite Report
Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are NOT “secretly married,” despite a report. Gossip Cop can correct the story, just as we have accurately done with similar tales in recent months. This latest piece is just as false as all the others.
According to the National Enquirer, Holmes “put a ring on it,” as Foxx is “flash[ing a] gold wedding band.” The supermarket tabloid claims the pair have “secretly married,” and says the actor “slyly slipped the news by stepping out with a shiny new gold band on his ring finger.” A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “There’s buzz the couple tied the knot in a hush-hush ceremony earlier this year attended by just a few close friends and family members.”
Well, this “insider” can’t be too “inside” if he or she wasn’t invited and doesn’t know for sure if Holmes and Foxx have indeed wed. And yet the supposed source goes on to allege, “Katie’s daughter, Suri, was her maid of honor, her dad gave her away, and the couple wrote their own vows. The made everyone sign contracts promising secrecy, and had their marriage license sealed to keep it under wraps.”
So, the magazine’s “insider” initially says there’s only “buzz” Foxx and Holmes said “I do,” but then has all this specific information about how the alleged nuptials went down? It’s also pretty convenient to claim their marriage license was sealed, considering such records are typically public documents and anyone can look them up. But the gossip rag tries peddling even more bull, with its tipster insisting the stars will “stay mum” on the marriage until Holmes is “pregnant.”
And while wedding rings are the crux of the National Enquirer’s story and the only supposed proof the outlet has, Gossip Cop has already debunked such speculation. We rightly called out HollywoodLife for using a photo of Holmes wearing a bauble in early December to claim more than a month later that she was flashing an engagement ring.
It was just a regular ol’ ring, just like Foxx’s band was at the Golden Globes in early January. Gossip Cop nailed MediaTakeOut for alleging it was proof of a secret wedding, and did so again when HollywoodLife tried touting the same piece of jewelry as engagement evidence just last week. These rings aren’t new, despite how the gossip rumor mill is trying to sensationalize them, and they have nothing to do with each other.
The bottom line is this: Reps for both Foxx and Holmes independently maintain their clients are not “secretly married.”