Jamie Foxx was NOT having it when he was asked about Katie Holmes on ESPN -- and straight-up walked away from the camera during the live interview. Foxx was on "Sports Center" talking with Michael Smith -- and everything was cool when they were talking about the All-Star Celebrity Game during NBA All-Star weekend in L. But when Smith asked if Foxx prepared for the game by hoopin' around with Katie Holmes -- Foxx took off his headset and walked away ... Foxx and Holmes have been VERY private about their relationship -- refusing to "go public" despite the fact everyone seems to know they're together. This week, in the midst of rising panic and gathering storms, some lucky paparazzi spotted the tabloid equivalent of the Loch Ness Monster.
Sometimes when you read the stuff you’re like, ‘Wow! ’” Holmes has refused to engage with the topic altogether.When pressed on her relationship status in 2016, the actress replied, “That’s not something I want to answer.”Despite Jam Kat’s press defensive, there have been numerous leaks over the course of the alleged half-decade that they’ve been allegedly dating.A blurry 2015 photo of the duo holding hands in a recording studio is perhaps the most damning evidence, along with a 2016 interview with Foxx’s friend, reality TV star Claudia Jordan, who gushed that Foxx “is very happy with [Holmes].” Jordan quickly walked back her inadvertent confirmation, subsequently telling that, “I have no knowledge of Jamie with Katie at all,” adding, “I’ve never seen them together.He’s never told me he’s dating her.”Still, as months and years passed, rumors of this celebrity coupling persisted.Anonymous sources insisted on Jamie and Katie’s relationship status and tabloids, sensing a story even bigger and more factually accurate than Jennifer Aniston’s phantom pregnancy, never gave up.While any secret celebrity dating scenario is fodder for a cover or a clickbait headline, Jam Kat is a particularly elusive and fascinating pairing.That’s because Foxx and Holmes’ intense secrecy is rumored to be a condition of Holmes’ 2012 divorce from Tom Cruise, which was itself the ending of one of the most widely discussed and analyzed marriages in celebrity history.Long before Holmes and Cruise started dating, the leading man had a reputation for strange behavior—the alleged result of his close relationship with the Church of Scientology.One of the main celebrity faces of Scientology, Cruise appeared to have, at some point, handed over the reins of his personal life to the church.In , Alex Gibney’s 2015 documentary, Marty Rathbun, a former high-ranking Scientologist, confesses that he was assigned to sabotage Cruise’s second marriage: “I was to facilitate the breakup with Nicole Kidman.” According to the film, Scientology head David Miscavige—a good friend of Cruise’s—became suspicious of Kidman when she began to influence Cruise away from the church.Gibney’s film claims that over the course of their marriage, Cruise even stopped returning Miscavige’s calls.