There is a fine line between acting and singing. Not everyone can criss-cross platforms, but when they do, they can get very infectious – making that leap from silver screen to your iPods. Here are some of today’s actors who can actually sing:
The Smiths are under the impression that the 3-month-old baby is “gorgeous” & that Holmes is an exceptional mother.Â Â
Pinkett Smith says, “She’s one of the sweetest babies I’ve ever met in my life. She’s an absolute beauty and she’s Daddy’s little girl.
“She’s beautiful and they’re very happy and they need to be left alone.
“She’s the cutest little baby. She’s got a head full of black, beautiful hair.”
Of Katie’s, I mean Kate’s, mothering she says, “She is a great mom and she’s loving every single second of it.”
Well, they lived to tell the Suri tale & that’s good enough for me.Â I’m just ready for photographic proof myself.
MiamiÂ Vice actor & a vice-lover himself, Colin Farrell doesn’t seem to hold much respect for hisÂ Minority Report co-actor Tom Cruise.Â Yesterday on TV shows Today &Â Live with Regis & Kelly Farrell tried his hand at a Cruise impersonation & madeÂ light of Tom’s fervent glibness.
Irish actor Colin is up & about promoting his latest movieÂ Miami Vice & the actor took the opportunity to remind Today host Matt Lauer of his headache interview with Tom Cruise last year.
When Cruise appeared on the Today show in June last year he was promoting War of the Worlds.Â Lauer debated with Cruise over his zany Scientology beliefs as well as his stance on psychiatry and prescription medication.
During the verbal battle, CruiseÂ hit Lauer with, “You don’t know the history of psychiatry. I do… You’re glib.”
On the show yesterday, Farrell made light of Tom by saying, “Stop being glib, Matt! You’re glib, Matt, you’re glib, you’re glib.”
As Lauer was trying to maintain a straight face, Farrell added, “Are you being glib again?”
Just hours later Colin yet again had the Cruise on his mind when he made an appearance on Live with Regis & Kelly.Â When returning from a commercial break, the cameras find Farrell glad-handling the audience just as Cruise does while doing his lengthy red carpet walks.
Farrell told hosts Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa, “Doing my best Tom Cruise impersonation.”
OK.Â I agree whole-heartedly that Tom Cruise lacks a few marbles, but I’m not sure it’s healthy to have him on your mind that much during the day- unless he’s your lover or something.
Poor Colin.Â Someone get him some more porn.
Apparently fellow Scientologist Remini has already seen the horned child of satan & she insists that Cruise & Holmes’ daughter is a sight to behold.
Remini says, “Tom and Kate want to have a life and raise their baby. They’re normal parents.”
I’m telling you, it’s that bifurcated tail….
Comedy Central has, thank theÂ heavens,Â scheduled a July 19 air date for the controversial Emmy-nominated episode of South Park that ridicules & makes light of the religion Scientology & the nut we call Tom Cruise.
The “Trapped in the Closet” episode was pulled from the Comedy Central schedule at the last minute in May & fingers pointed at Tom Cruise being the source of the trouble.Â Creators Trey Parker & Matt Stone were furious with Comedy Central for pulling the show & this rescheduling may be an attempt by the cable network to make amends.Â
Parker & Stone were told the episode was pulled because whineypants Cruise was unhappy with the subject matter.Â Cruise’s representatives have since repeatedly denied any responsibility in pulling the South Park episode, the same episode which prompted Scientologist Isaac Hayes, the voice of Chef, toÂ leave the show.
Stone insistsÂ that the wool is not over his eyes saying, “I only know what we were told, that people involved with Mission: Impossible 3 wanted the episode off the air and that is why Comedy Central had to do it.
“I don’t know why else it would have been pulled.”
Well, it’s good to know that at least the show is finally being broadcast.Â What to Tivo July 19:Â Cruise trapped in his own closet of hilarity.