A story claiming Jamie Foxx is "ready to tie the knot" with Katie Holmes is both late and wrong. The false premise is based on an article that Gossip Cop already debunked. We can once again set the record straight.
Earlier this week, Gossip Cop busted OK! for publishing a false cover story claiming Foxx had convinced Holmes to get married. An alleged "insider" told the magazine the actress was initially reluctant to walk down the aisle, but changed her mind after the actor proved "he's in it for the long haul." However, Foxx's spokesperson told Gossip Cop on the record that he's "not getting married" to Holmes, nor have the two ever discussed it.
In addition to what the actor's own rep said, People recently reported that Foxx and Holmes "aren't focused on what's next or what the future holds." It's further noted that the pair don't consider themselves a couple "in the traditional sense," but enjoy spending time together when their schedules allow it. Gossip Cop has also stressed this point many times in the past.
Unfortunately, all of the evidence proving that Foxx and Holmes aren't tying the knot hasn't stopped Celebrity Insider from regurgitating OK!'s bogus report, while adding some new so-called "sources" of its own. The unreliable blog claims to have spoken to an anonymous and untraceable insider who supposedly said, "It looks like Jamie is seriously considering popping the question... She's unsure if she'll say 'yes,' but we're pretty sure she will."
The site's seemingly nonexistent tipster goes on to say the two will likely have a "small, private and cozy ceremony" in Paris, because it's one of Holmes' favorite cities. One of the only obstacles, according to the untrustworthy outlet, is that the actress might not be ready for another high-profile marriage following the media attention surrounding her divorce from Tom Cruise.
Once again, there's no marriage or wedding on the horizon, despite Celebrity Insider arbitrarily dragging Cruise into its version of this phony story. Additionally, the blog has spent years falsely claiming Foxx and Holmes were either getting married, having a baby or doing both. Obviously, these situations have never panned out, and they're not any closer to happening.
Meanwhile, the blog also has a history of jumping on the bandwagon of late and wrong stories. Last month, Gossip Cop called out the site for repeating separate In Touch and Life & Style articles claiming Foxx was upset about Holmes talking to Joshua Jackson. This latest recycled report is equally untrue.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.