Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx did not "call off" a wedding, despite a report claiming they have "split." Gossip Cop can bust this misguided story, which is based on two false premises: Holmes and Foxx never had a wedding in the works in the first place, and they have never been in a full-on committed relationship.
But RadarOnline is announcing that "the wedding is off" now that Holmes and Foxx have supposedly "call[ed] it quits." It's specifically alleged the actress was "in the midst of planning her dream wedding" when she had a "sudden change of a heart," leading them to cancel "the intimate dream wedding they'd been planning." A so-called "pal" is quoted as saying, "Katie just couldn't get over her trust issues."
The site alleges Holmes and Foxx originally planned to "celebrate their love with a wedding in Paris and a lavish honeymoon" at a cost of $300,000. But now she's "called the whole thing off" and is "devastated," asserts the supposed source. Previously, maintains the blog, they "wanted to spend all their time together," a laughable claim considering Holmes and Foxx have only been seen together about a handful of times.
The website also repeats the myth that Holmes had to abide by a "5-year dating ban" from her divorce with Tom Cruise before she could confirm she and Foxx were in a relationship. That (nonexistent) agreement would've expired last summer, and still neither one of them have ever spoken about dating one another. The outlet goes on to allege that despite them being free to flaunt a romance, Foxx wouldn't "let go" of "single behaviors," which "rubbed Katie the wrong way," leading her to "draw up a prenup with a no-cheating clause."
"Jamie balked at the idea of signing," claims the alleged tipster, who contends Holmes eventually "called up Jamie to tell him she couldn't do this anymore." The publication further claims she's already "started to move on" by going on a "few dates with an NYC lawyer [sic]." Of course, she hasn't been seen on any such outings. It's also doesn't make sense that the "Dawson's Creek" star would already be moving on to a new beau if was so "devastated" over the supposedly canceled wedding.
Here's what's really going on: The stars haven't been seen together since late April, and Foxx often appears like a single man when he goes out. That's because their relationship is casual and has been the whole time. At no point have he and Holmes been in a serious romance.
In a February story about Holmes and Foxx being "secretive," People reported, "They don't see themselves as a couple in the traditional sense and they don't want to be labeled as a couple." Nothing that they have "separate lives" and "aren't trying to join them," it was further stressed, "There are no obligations, no requirements. They aren't focused on what's next or what the future holds."
Indeed, Gossip Cop has reported for years that their casual relationship is dynamic and there is nothing serious about it. And certainly nothing as serious as walking down the aisle. A rep for Foxx confirms to Gossip Cop that he and Holmes never had any marriage plans at all. And Holmes's spokesperson also exclusively tells us, "The Radar[Online] story is 100 percent untrue." Basically, the entire report is off-base.
The site has been before, too. As seen in the screengrab below, Gossip Cop rightly busted the blog in 2016 for falsely claiming Holmes and Foxx were getting married at her Michigan home. That wedding never happened, just as we said it wouldn't, and there was no wedding in the works now either. Other sources close to Holmes and Foxx tell Gossip Cop "nothing's changed," and they're still seeing each other "casually" when their schedules allow.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.