Yes, there was more fun than previously thought at the Church of Scientology English headquarters, St. Hill Manor in East Grinstead. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes belted out “Mustang Sally” and “Old Time Rock and Roll.” Oooh, that does sound like fun!
[Tom and Katie] “they were very sweet – holding hands and looking very cuddly,” says one guest. “They looked like they were having a laugh.” At one point during the $350-a-plate dinner, singer Isaac Hayes, a fellow Scientologist, called Cruise, 43, and Holmes, 26, to the stage, where they belted out rock standards with the band. On their song list? “Mustang Sally” and “Old Time Rock and Roll,” which Cruise famously sang in his underwear in 1983′s Risky Business. “They were laughing and smiling and talking to the crowd,” said one of the 3,000 guests. “The crowd started dancing.”
The two may have been having fun on stage, but the relationships backstage drama is nothing to sing about.
Will Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have a prenup?
Sources say they will, and according to one report, that’s why Cruise and his preggers fiancÃ©e are taking so long to get hitched. Holmes’s father, Martin, is a lawyer and is representing his daughter in the negotiations, reports the upcoming issue of The Star.
Martin Holmes “is playing hardball with the prenup negotiations,” according to the tab, which quotes a source as saying that Holmes wants to make sure that his daughter will receive “a lump sum payment in the millions if the marriage should dissolve before the five-year mark.”
Contract and prenup are the same thing, right?
Katie Couric interviewed a couple of freaky representatives from the Church of Scientology this morning on Today. The reps were trying to boost the religions image.
A bug-eyed spokesman for the Church and some lady who said she was an Operating Thetan Level VII appeared on The Today Show in what looked like a move to make the religion seem, I don’t know, less batsh*it. It was more like a commercial than anything else, complete with the Level VII lady walking outside looking happy and “clear” and perfectly sane.
This guy had sort of a indistinguishible accent…and his eyes looked like they were going to pop out of his skull…if I was Katie Couric I’d think he was molesting me with his eyes. This is not the guy you want speaking for your church. Creepy religion + Creepy spokesmen = a bad idea.
You lost me at Level I.