Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are not "ready to public" with their romance, despite a report that wrongly claims the pair are "sick of living in secret." Gossip Cop can correct this inaccurate story. We're told it's "false."
According to Us Weekly, Holmes and Foxx are ready to "come out of hiding" and publicly announce their romance. In the misled story, a so-called "source" tells the outlet, "Katie was super worried about the public attention," but she soon grew "tired of playing that game. They're going to start going public." The magazine's misinformed "insider" goes on to allege, "They wanted to get to know each other and see where things were headed so it could develop in private before they went public," adding, "It's very serious." The publication's supposed "source" further purports that Holmes is "head over heels" for Foxx, noting that even her daughter Suri is "a fan of the actor."
Let Gossip Cop explain what's really going on. We've confirmed there were no plans for Holmes and Foxx to come out as a couple in public, nor were they "ready" to "come out of hiding." Their Malibu beach stroll was not orchestrated, but simply a private moment caught by paparazzi. What's more, contrary to the outlet's claim, Holmes and Foxx are not "very serious." If anything, they're extremely casual, and hang out on occasion. Additionally, the assertion that Suri is a fan of the actor is also completely inaccurate, as we've been assured on numerous occasions that the 11-year-old and and Foxx have never met. The magazine's report is simply wrong.
Oddly enough, this isn't the first time Gossip Cop has busted the publication for being misled about the two stars. Back in April, we corrected the very same tabloid for wrongly claiming in an almost identical tale that Holmes and Foxx were planning to go public with their romance. In that story, the publication alleged the couple would be "making it official" by announcing their relationship to the world. And, of course, nothing happened then.
That story was untrue and so is the latest article. Unfortunately, Us Weekly is still peddling inaccurate news about the pair. And while the false reports pile up, Gossip Cop is here to separate the fact from fiction about Holmes and Foxx.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.