1. Tom Cruise tells all.
Tom Cruise didn’t see his daughter, Suri, for 110 days after his split from Katie Holmes. That’s just one revelation from the Top Gun star’s recent defamation lawsuit against two US magazines who claimed that he had abandoned his daughter in their coverage of his divorce last June.
In the transcript of his testimony obtained by RadarOnline, Cruise conceded that 110 days was a long time, saying: “It’s not an ideal scene. It’s not an ideal situation.”
Despite their distance, Cruise said that he was able to parent Suri by telling her “wonderful stories” on the phone.
Cruise also hinted that struggles to decide upon custody arrangements also impacted on his absence. He said: “Listen, when there is a divorce — if you look at this also in terms of Suri coming to me and certain agreements that you have, when a divorce occurs thing change. And it’s more complicated, as everyone know when that is, when that occurs, and there are certain agreements; now you have to ask for permission and organize schedules to make things happen.”
Cruise’s case is expected to go to trial early next year.
Portia DeGeneres (nee de Rossi) has spoken about coming out.
The 40-year-old Arrested Development actress, who has been in a relationship with talk show host and comedian, Ellen DeGeneres since 2005, said in an interview with Inside the Actors’ Studio that the unveiling of their relationship to the world’s press coincided with her first public assertion of her sexuality:
“When I really, truly came out was the Golden Globes, when Arrested Development was nominated.”
“Ellen and I had been together for a month, and I was very, very nervous going to that, because I knew I was going to meet up with her after the show. And that there was press.”
‘That was the first time we stepped out together as a couple, but for me, it was the first time I stepped out as a gay woman, really.”
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