“..Four months before Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise, the couple walked into the Mark Taper Forum, in downtown Los Angeles, to see a performance of Clybourne Park.
A thirtysomething film marketer in the audience, out with his ready-to-burst wife for one last pre-baby hurrah, turned to her and said – “If he sees you, he’ll talk to you, because you’re pregnant.
“Because that’s what Tom Cruise does,” the husband says.
“He helps people.”
Sure enough, at intermission, as the expectant mother stood in line for the bathroom, Cruise told her to go ahead of them.
“Katie looked great,” says the husband.
“Cruise looked like a tourist: dumb designer jeans and a white button-down shirt and J.Crew earthy-type shoes.
He has amazing posture.
He walks on his tippy toes.
He seemed to be maximizing his height with each step.”
Cruise and Holmes stood in a darkened area near the bathrooms.
“Everyone’s just staring at them.
And he and Katie were extremely touchy-feely. They’re giggling.
He was kissing her.
And everyone’s like, Wow, this is real—because no one believes it’s real.
But if they weren’t real, why would they be all over each other?
Everything they do in public is over-the-top.
But there was practically no audience.
There were only five people waiting for the bathroom.”
Soon, though, the make-out session started to take on a different complexion.
“This went on and on,” the witness recalls.
“He keeps kissing her.
And we’re like – This is strange that they’re still kissing.
Who goes out and has a make-out session with their wife?
I mean, really.
It felt like a poorly directed love scene.
It’s like you’re kissing your girlfriend on the subway—if you kiss her fifteen times, it starts to be less cool.
By the end I was just confused.”
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