The tabloids frequently publish false stories about Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx splitting. Gossip Cop has debunked countless variations on this narrative. Here are five wrong breakup rumors.
Earlier this month, Gossip Cop busted Woman's Day New Zealand for claiming Holmes' 12-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise, was heartbroken over her mom's supposed split from Foxx. In reality, the young girl wasn't upset about a nonexistent breakup. Just days before the poorly-time story was published, Holmes and Foxx went on a romantic getaway to Miami. The paparazzi even snapped photos of Holmes and Foxx kissing on a yacht.
Last month, Gossip Cop called out Life & Style for wrongly reporting that Foxx had dumped Holmes ahead of her 40th birthday. The story was laughably wrong. As opposed to calling off their relationship, Foxx and Holmes celebrated her birthday at a restaurant in New York City, where they were accompanied by the actress's mom, Kathleen. Around the same time, People magazine published an article noting that Holmes and Foxx's relationship seems to be getting more serious.
Last September, Gossip Cop debunked a Globe story saying Holmes told Foxx to end his friendship with Leonardo DiCaprio or she'll end their relationship instead. The tabloid alleged that the actress thought her boyfriend's Django Unchained co-star was a bad influence, and didn't want Foxx hanging out with "one of Hollywood's most notorious playboys." The unreliable outlet failed to mention that Holmes and DiCaprio sat at a private table together at Foxx's 50th birthday party in December 2017. The large bash was attended by dozens of people, but Holmes chose to sit with DiCaprio, making it clear she doesn't dislike the actor. Regardless, Foxx is still friends with his former co-star, and still dating Holmes.
Gossip Cop busted Woman's Day Australia last August for making up a story about Holmes' daughter convincing her mom to dump Foxx. The outlet alleged that the pre-teen girl felt the actor was treating her mom poorly by flirting with other women, and told her to end their romance. Around the same time the story emerged, People magazine reported that Foxx "hasn't spent much time with" Suri. There was also no reason to believe the young girl would be aware of what the actor does when he's not with her mom. Meanwhile, a source close to the situation assured us the report was nonsense.
And finally, Gossip Cop corrected Star last July after the tabloid published a cover story claiming Holmes and Foxx had split and called off their supposed wedding. The claim came from an unidentified source, but a rep for the actor assured us he never had any plans to get married, while Holmes' spokesperson confirmed the article was "100 percent untrue." People magazine similarly reported that the narrative about Holmes and Foxx calling off a wedding was complete false. And as time has proven, the couple hasn't split either.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.