In the new issue of Glamour Magazine, Katie Holmes is on the cover. Part of the exchange was that I guess she was supposed to give an interview. She does give an interview, but from the excerpts I've read, it doesn't actually sound like she ever answers a question, and the questions themselves are worded to allow for really vague answers.
In one question, the reporter basically lumped every Cruise/Holmes marriage rumor into one big question and also added the rumor that Suri didn't even exist. Well, I don't remember ever saying that Suri didn't exist, but of course that is the one Katie answered and she said, "Some of the stuff [people said] was such absolutely horrible things to say about a child. It was so uncalled for and so disgusting. Enough is enough."
I don't recall ever saying anything bad about Suri. I do recall saying things about who her parents are or how she was created, but nothing about her personally.
Right now I think Glamour should hang their head in shame because what they have done is give the impression they asked hard questions, when in fact they asked some of the worst questions I have ever seen. The questions were obviously a set up and nothing but a puff piece so she would agree to be on the cover. I hate that. The one thing in the entire interview that intrigued me was this.
Katie said that anyone who has criticized the Cruise family should come over for dinner sometime to see how it really is in their house. Well, count me in. I would LOVE to go over to their house for dinner, especially since according to Katie, Tom does all the cooking. Uh huh. I think they know how to reach me. I'm free any night.
I think Glamour did get one piece of revenge on Katie for having to agree to all the conditions. Notice the headline next to Katie. "The new sex position that works every time." It's kind of like they are implying something by it's location.