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Kid Rock and Pamela Anderson may be tying the knot this weekend in St. Tropez â€" marking the first of at least four vow exchanges the on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again lovers have planned â€" but don't expect TomKat to follow suit.

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According to TV Guide, a spokesperson for Tom Cruise said that the rumors of a weekend wedding the actor and his (possibly-fake) baby's momma, Katie Holmes, are bogus. As far as the source claims it knows, the plans are for nuptials to be exchanged in late summer/early fall at one of Cruise's homes and not in Holmes' hometown of Toledo, Ohio.

In a statement, Toledo expressed a collective, "Thank you!"

In a blog, The Hollywood Gossip offered a hearty, "We'll be there! Just tell us the date and time and we'll show up!"

P.S. Suri Cruise is not real.

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First, Leah Remini. Now, Jada Pinkett Smith. The list of people who claim to have seen Suri Cruise has reached a whopping two.

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She's one of the sweetest babies I've ever met in my life," Pinkett Smith said, according to hollyscoop.com. "She's an absolute beauty and she's Daddy's little girl."

Come on now. Doesn't anyone else find it interesting how these supposedly close friends of Tom Cruise are saying how great the baby is and blah blah blah, yet for some reason, there are no pictures of them visiting TomKat?

With photographers taking up residence in the bushes, for God's sake, how would freaking Will and Jada Pinkett Smith go unnoticed visiting Cruise's mansion? This is getting awfully weird, indeed.

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It still needs a little polishing, but Colin Farrell (right) is getting his impersonation of Tom Cruise down pretty nicely, our friends at TMZ.com report.

The Irish actor, who is making the rounds promoting his new flick, Miami Vice, and who is in the midst of trading restraining orders and lawsuits with crazy author Dessarae Bradford, appeared on the Today show and talked with host Matt Lauer.

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The 30-year-old Farrell wasted little time in lambasting Cruise, who famously scolded Lauer last year in a heated debate about the merits of psychiatry.

"Stop being glib, Matt! You're glib, Matt, you're glib, you're glib!" said a joking Farrell, referring to Cruise's remarks about Lauer's glibness from last year.

Farrell continued his Cruise-bashing on Live with Regis and Kelly, taking a lap around the audience during a commercial break, then returning to his seat and stating that he was doing his "best Tom Cruise impersonation."

While the Gossip is unsure while Farrell has taken it upon himself to mock Cruise on the talk-show circuit, we are highly entertained.

Meanwhile, the New York Daily News reports that Bradford, Farrell's alleged stalker (or stalking victim, depending on what you read) who staged a press conference Monday announcing her third lawsuit against the actor, didn't actually file anything. Stunning.

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Tom Cruise is, at last, master of his domain.

Name.

TomKat on the Red Carpet

Yes, at long last, the U.N.'s World Intellectual Property Organization has awarded the actor custody of TomCruise.com, and has ordered the webmaster who has been operating the site to turn the URL over to its rightful owner.

Cruise is just one of hundreds of celebrities whose names were snatched up by Canadian businessman Jeff Burgar, who used the URLs to redirect visitors to his website, Celebrity1000.com. Burgar owned and operated TomCruise.com since 1996.

He is well known to the WIPO, having previously gone before the panel to argue his right to ownership of the domain names such as CelineDion.com (he lost), KevinSpacey.com (lost), PamelaAnderson.com (lost) and BruceSpringsteen.com (won, and still maintains the site), among others.

Lawyers for the nutcase actor argued that:

  • Cruise had "common law trademark and service mark rights" to the term Tom Cruise
  • Burgar was making money off the actor's name through third-party ads on his Celebrity1000.com site
  • Visitors to the site might be confused into believing that Cruise was somehow affiliated with it.

In response, Burgar claimed the site was a fansite that included a bio of Cruise and that his use of the domain should be protected by free speech. The WIPO panel disagreed, however, stating in its decision that "free speech does not, by definition, entail a right to take unfair commercial advantage of a trademark."

As of Monday, the website was still listed under Burgar's Alberta Hotrods organization, though typing in the address led to an error message.

Other Cruise-related domains, such as TomCruise.net and TomCruise.org, were registered to Trout & Zimmer, a Burbank, Calif., firm that helps companies register and acquire domains. A rep for Cruise had no comment on the big web victory, or on whether his daughter, Suri Cruise, is real.

It's not the first time Cruise has tangled with the web. Last fall, he was the victim of an Internet hoax in the form of a fake press release posted on a British website that touted his upcoming series of lectures on mental health topics, including one supposedly regarding his sexual preference.

Then, in October 2005, the Church of Scientology took exception to a Cruise-bashing site â€" ScienTOMogy.info â€" complaining that the site infringed on the Church's trademark. While the operator of the site, which offers a vast collection of Cruise-mocking material, originally agreed to change the domain name, it remains up and running.

Most recently, we saw the short-lived SuriCruise.com, an unauthorized site that offered a clock counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until Cruise and Katie Holmes‘ daughter, supposedly born April 18, came of legal age.

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One is already being trained to save the world, while the other may or may not exist. Both Shiloh Jolie-Pitt and Suri Cruise will be kept warm this winter, however.

Swedish knitwear designer, Suss Cousins, has given Tinseltown's two most famous toddlers her gift of the yarn. Let's first take a look at Shiloh's new sweater, an outfit that features this newborn's face alongside Zahara, the adopted child of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt:

Baby Brother For Suri!

Next, we have Suri's personalized present. The Gossip can only assume the "S" on front stands for "Scientology," "Sham" or, perhaps, "Scientology sham."

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Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have not been hiding three-month old baby Suri from all their friends. So says Leah Remini, star of CBS' hit comedy The King of Queens, who has reportedly seen the mystery baby.

"She's a newborn and normal size!" Remini gushed. "Tom and Kate... want to have a life and raise their baby. They're normal parents. [Katie] is the most serene, gracious, sweet human being."

Suri Shops with Katie

Remini, 36, also claims to have bought Suri shoes. Talk about a waste of money. Why? Because this "sighting" proves nothing. Suri Cruise does not exist, people, and sooner or later, the cover-up will be exposed and people will realize that this is all an incredible sham.

NEWS FLASH: Remini is, like Cruise, is all into that Scientology garbage.

These people are complete lunatics who have no qualms about lying for one another and brainwashing new members. Leah also had a recurring role on Saved By The Bell back in the day. Relevance to this blog? Zero. But she's still a publicity-hogging liar, and until we see Suri pics, we are not buying any of this crap. So there.

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According to the New Yorker magazine, Steven Spielberg had a falling-out during and after the filming of his epic, War of the Worlds, over its high-profile star's use of the movie-related PR platform to rant about his odd Scientology beliefs.

Spielberg was steamed at the increasingly insane Tom Cruise for ranting about his "religion" during what were supposed to be promotional appearances for the movie. According to the article, in one instance, Cruise railed against the widespread use of Ritalin to treat unruly children.

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Moreover, the New Yorker reports that after Spielberg mentioned to Cruise the name of a doctor who prescribed Ritalin, the doctor's office was picketed by Scientologists. Can you blame them? There is NO SUCH THING as a chemical imbalance, dammit!!

However, the acting heavyweight and world's biggest star must have smoothed things over with the directorial legend since then. Both were on hand and looking happy as ever as Spielberg accepted a lifetime achievement award from Tom at the Chicago International Film Festival Saturday.

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Power couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes say they won't be peer pressured into showing off their baby, Suri, any time soon.

It's been 12 weeks since their baby daughter's birth and rumors that Suri Cruise does not exist have started to gain traction as no pictures have been made available and a supposedly shady birth certificate is all we have to go on. Nevertheless, a spokesperson for the couple says that's not about to change anything.

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"If and when they do make a decision, it will be at their discretion and not anybody else's," said the spokesman, who has a very interesting job.

Meanwhile, there are rumors that Holmes' parents are going to boycott her upcoming wedding to Tom, as they're not happy about the couple's location of choice. Rumor has it that Cruise will marry his baby's momma within the next month in a Scientology ceremony performed by David Miscavige.

Holmes' parents, Martin and Kathleen, are devout Catholics, and intend to skip the actual ceremony, according to an alleged friend of the couple, who is apparently not trustworthy whatsoever, as he/she went off and blabbed to Life & Style Weekly.

The magazine quotes a family friend as saying that Martin and Kathleen Holmes aren't happy with their daughter's choice of where to marry, and that if Katie were to have a proper Catholic wedding, her whole family would gladly be a part of it.

Katie, who is looking rough as hell these days (see Exhibit A, below) initially wanted a Catholic wedding herself, but realized she'd never win that argument with her brainwashed beau.

Bad Katie Holmes Hair

"She knows that if she had rejected Scientology, her relationship with Tom could've ended," the unnamed, untrustworthy source said.

By this point, the bride-to-be has become a big part of the cult church, so there is no turning back. The only question is whether her family will come around. We're not even sure which alternative is better.

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Comedy Central has scheduled a July 19 airdate for its controversial South Park episode, "Trapped in the Closet" -- also known as the one in which Tom Cruise and his beloved Scientology are mercilessly lampooned.

The episode, which first aired in November 2005, and the title of which is based on the bizarre, 12-part, R&B opera by R. Kelly, was pulled from the South Park repeat rotation. Supposedly, this came about because a displeased Cruise threatened to not promote M:I-III for Paramount, which is owned by Viacom, the same parent company as Comedy Central. But now that the film has hit the big screen, the network is putting the episode back on the air.

Couch Jumping Fun

Which is a good thing. It's not unfunny.

Speaking of Cruise and his reclusive, brainwashed wife-to-be, Katie Holmes, a spokesperson for the pair has given the Associated Press a statement regarding baby Suri. The baby, supposedly born in April, has yet to be seen in public, leading to widespread speculation that Suri Cruise does not exist.

"If and when [Cruise and Katie Holmes] do make a decision [to show Suri to the public], it will be at their discretion and not anybody else's," his rep said.

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Lo and behold, it appears Suri Cruise may actually exist.

Or does she? The Gossip isn't so sure. While no pictures have yet been released of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' love child, her birth certificate has been posted online by TMZ.com. But the document may actually raise more questions than it clears up. It was filed on May 8, 2006, nearly a month after the baby Cruise was supposedly born on April 18.

Disney Princess

The official policy of St John's Hospital, where Holmes gave birth, is to file birth certificates within a week of the birth.

According to a hospital official, this delay was caused by the fact that neither of the parents, nor a representative of the parents, signed the necessary document certifying the birth. That person, whose signature is illegible and who is labelled a "friend of the couple," arrived on May 4. It is not known whether said friend was present at the birth, or if said friend is a certifiably insane, couch-jumping lunatic like Cruise.

One thing is for sure, though, which is that the "Attendant or Certifier" of the document was not present. Anne Heffernan, who inked the certificate in that capacity, wasn't in the delivery room at the time and didn't see Suri either. However, a hospital representative says this is standard practice, and that Heffernan is authorised to sign the document if no doctor is available, even if "normally, the doctor signs."

Suri has been unseen since her birth, with no official photo spreads or paparazzi shots. It has however been reported that Cruise was offered several million for photos of his newest child, but determined that the money was not substantial enough, or objected based on his nutcase Scientology beliefs, depending on what you read.

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