Are Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes getting married? A new report claims a "summer wedding" is in the works. Gossip Cop, however, can exclusively debunk the story.
"Jamie And Katie Back Together & Talking Marriage," reads a headline in the latest edition of Globe. According to the supermarket tabloid, Holmes has "finally accepted" that Foxx is a "hopeless flirt who can't curb his minimizing ways," and has decided to stay with him nonetheless. Though Foxx has had a "long refusal to go public with their romance" and was "caught on a date" with Kristin Grannis, the mother of his youngest daughter, the magazine alleges he and Holmes are "talking about making things official, and may even be planning an 'intimate summer wedding.'"
A so-called "insider" is quoted as saying, "Marriage is absolutely in the cards for them. Katie has been ready to say 'I do' for a long time, and Jamie's realized he would be crazy to let her go." Tellingly, though, no specifics are given for the purported "summer wedding." Will the nuptials be held in June, July, August or even early September? Where will they tie the knot? Who will be in attendance for the "intimate" ceremony?
None of this key information is provided. It's also not explained why Foxx is suddenly willing to get married when he's had a "refusal" to even "go public" as a couple. Rather, the outlet's supposed source rambles on about the actor's reputation and how he's "put Katie through the wringer," but maintains he "loves Katie most, and that's what matters." For her part, Holmes is said to have found a "sense of peace" by accepting that Foxx will always be "flirtatious" with other women and that she "can't change" him. Contends the alleged tipster, "Katie believes Jamie will make a great husband and stepdad."
It's not clear why Holmes thinks Foxx would be a "great husband" if he's flirting with other women. That said, he was never actually "caught on a date" with his daughter's mom. Foxx has been seen out with Grannis on several occasions, but never have they been pictured doing anything besides being at the same place. It's also not explained why, exactly, he and Holmes are now "back together." As People reported earlier this year, both Foxx and Holmes choose to be secretive and they not only "don't want to put a label" on their dynamic, but also "don't see themselves as a couple."
They're not in an exclusive, serious relationship like other couples, where there are official splits and reconciliations. There wasn't some kind of breakup this year for the tabloid to now claim they're "back together." Nothing with their situation has changed. In fact, Gossip Cop has learned that People's reporting on the pair is still accurate. Earlier this year, the reputable publication stressed, "They still have their own separate lives and they aren't trying to join them together." That remains their game plan to this day, contrary to this new report about the duo "talking marriage."
Notably, the National Enquirer, which is the Globe's sister outlet, insisted back in 2016 that Holmes and Foxx were "secretly married." Their inconsistent "reporting," if it can even be called that, leaves a lot to be desired. So does the magazines' lack of fact-checking. While these tabloids tend to hide behind their untraceable "insiders," Foxx's rep exclusively tells Gossip Cop on the record that he is "not getting married" in a "summer wedding" or otherwise.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.