Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are reportedly ready to go public
After years of keeping her rumored relationship with Jamie Foxx under wraps, Katie Holmes is reportedly ready to change her approach. A source tells Us Weekly the actress is "tired of playing the hiding game" and intends to "go public." Citing the dinner they reportedly shared in New York on Sunday, April 2, the magazine claims Katie's finds she's less "worried about the public attention" than she was when the two first started dating in 2013. "To make it impossible to get photo evidence that they are together, they traveled in cars with tinted windows and took secret back elevators," a second person close to the couple says. "They had it down to a science." Looking ahead, the first source adds that Katie and Jamie are already planning to be less secretive: "They're going to go out to dinner more and are talking about a trip to Europe." Katie was said to have been bound to secrecy about her love life for five years following her divorce from Tom Cruise in 2012.
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Brad Pitt's exes are reportedly trying to take over for Angelina Jolie
As Brad Pitt adjusts to being single after his 12-year-long relationship with Angelina Jolie, his exes have him "fending off [their] advances," according to the New York Post. Insiders say Brad's not interested in pursuing a serious relationship right now, but that purportedly hasn't stopped members of his former dating pool — which over the years has included Kate, Hudson, Juliette Lewis, Christina Applegate, Gwyneth Paltrow and Thandie Newton — from getting in touch."Brad has been dating a bit, but he is extremely careful to keep it secret," a source tells the tab. "He's focused on his kids, and he's happy — now that he has settled his divorce from Angelina — to be out of the public eye." The aforementioned "advances" reportedly range from flirting to "stalking." "Brad isn't interested [in rekindling with any exes]. No partying, no fun. Just work and parenting," an insider said. Meanwhile, Sienna Miller recently dismissed rumors she and Brad were "heavily flirting" during a dinner the night of the premiere for their film, "The Lost City of Z." "I'm not going to even dignify it with a response," she told the Post. "It's predictable and silly." A rep for Brad declined to comment on rumors he';s changed his contact information since the split.
Aaron Rodgers is reportedly making 'drastic changes' following split from Olivia Munn
Is this Aaron Rodgers' version of a breakup makeover? Since he split from Olivia Munn amid drama within his family over the couple's romance, the Green Bay Packers star has been making "drastic changes," Us Weekly reports. "He's been getting weekly facials in Beverly Hills and has also hired Ryan Gosling's personal stylist to dress him," a source close to the football player tells us Weekly. "He used to work out in Calabasas with his teammates during the offseason, but this offseason he's chosen to work out primarily with Nick Jonas in West Hollywood." A teammate also noted he hasn't been spending time with his football friends, opting to go out with actors Ryan Rottman and Eddie Mills instead. The split came on the heels of multiple reports Olivia was at the center of Aaron's estrangement from his brother, Jordan. "When he got together with Olivia Munn, his family told him they didn't trust her and thought she wasn't with him for the right reasons," a source told Us. "That made him furious, and he ended up choosing Olivia over his family."
Jenna Elfman's Reddit AMA was taken over by Scientology questions
Woops. Jenna Elfman agreed to do an Ask Me Anything on Reddit to promote her new show, "Imaginary Mary." Instead, she was asked repeatedly about her history with the Church of Scientology. In a nutshell, it didn't go so well. "Do you know where Shelly Miscavige is?" asked one user who was apparently curious about rumors the wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige was in trouble. "What is your opinion of Leah Remini?" asked another. The New York Post reports some Reddit users also suspected Jenna's reps may have invented user profiles so they could ask (more relevant) questions. "It's amazing how many users created an account seemingly just for this AMA," a commenter mused. Asked another: "Jenna, why did all the new accounts leave at the same time you did?"
Kendall Jenner heading to Coachella
Kendall Jenner plans to overcome her nervousness about the Pepsi ad fiasco and appear at Coachella this weekend. TMZ posted an invite her team sent out for a party on Saturday, April 15, that Kendall will host with Kylie Jenner for the Bumble dating app in Rancho Mirage, California. The bash is scheduled to be held at a home in a gated community where Kendall will guest DJ amid an ice and snow-filled fake winter "Bumbleland."
Jodie Sweetin's ex accused of violating restraining order
Jodie Sweetin's ex, Justin Hodak reportedly showed up at the actress' house this week, violating a restraining order she has against him. According to E! News police were called to the home after Justin pulled up in his car at Jodie's before speeding away. He reportedly told TMZ he never went on the premises — a claim that apparently didn't protect him from getting a contempt of court from the officers called to the scene. Justin, a convicted felon, reportedly threatened to commit suicide during an argument after the couple split. Police later found a firearm on the premises.
Gal Gadot used Beyonce to inspire her for Wonder Woman
How did Gal Gadot stay focused and calm enough to get the part of Wonder Woman in the eponymous film? The same way the rest of us get our courage to be awesome: Beyonce. In a new interview with W (via People), Gal recalls the camera test that led to her being cast in the film. Asked how she overcame her anxiety, she sang Queen Bey's track,, "'Who runs the world? Girls!' I just started to dance, and I let my anxiety go. Thank you, Beyoncé!"
Billie Lourd pays tribute to Carrie Fisher
There's a good chance Billie Lourd inspired some serious waterworks at the "Star Wars" Celebration in Florida this week. The actress honored her late mother, Carrie Fisher, telling the crowd how much Carrie was like her character. "My mom used to say she never knew where Princess Leia ended and Carrie Fisher began," she said, according to People. "She was imperfect in many ways but her imperfections and willingness to speak about them are what made her more than perfect. My mom, like Leia, wasn't ever afraid to speak her mind and say things that might have made most people uncomfortable." Billie went on to note how her mom "often openly fought her own dark side, knowing early on that we all have a dark side to fight, whatever it may be," adding Carrie "knew that it wasn't about the fight you were fighting but how you fought it — the way you resisted." It was Billie's first public appearance since her mother died last year.