Katie Holmes Denies Dating Jamie Foxx, Says They’re 'Just Friends'
Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx were spotted dancing and holding hands at Ron Perelman’s Apollo in the Hamptons benefit last weekend.
Holmes, 34, donning a black cocktail dress, hopped on stage at the benefit, taking Foxx’s arm and dancing alongside Ellen DeGeneres, and even former Secretary of State Colin Powell. The high-profile crowd got down to the sounds of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams, who was also in attendance. Holmes, who brought two female friends along to the party, was heard telling them, “I haven’t had such a good time in so long,” reported the New York Daily News.
Holmes and Foxx’s hand holding sparked rumors that the longtime friends may have taken their relationship to the next level, but Holmes rep Leslie Sloane has already put the speculation to rest. “They’re not dating. They’ve been friends for years,” she told Page Six. An insider close to the actress also claims the two are nothing more than pals.
Katie Holmes with Luke Kirby on 'Mania Days' set
The former Dawson’s Creek star and Django Unchained actor worked together on 2004 film Collateral. During Holmes’ marriage to Tom Cruise, Foxx was a close friend to the couple. Since her split from Cruise, Holmes has yet to go public with any relationship, but has been spotted around New York City getting close to her Mania Days co-star Luke Kirby. She’s also been linked to crooner Peter Cincotti.
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