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Is Tom Cruise a relationship addict?

Tom Cruise apparently told Jamie Foxx that he can’t stand not being in a relationship.
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Is Tom Cruise a relationship addict?

The “War of the Worlds” star seems to have a bit of the J.Lo syndrome: Cruise apparently told Jamie Foxx that he can’t stand not being in a relationship.

Foxx, while promoting his new film “Stealth,” said that Cruise revealed to him why he got engaged to Katie Holmes so soon after splitting from Penelope Cruz. According to Foxx, Cruise told him, “I don’t like not being in a relationship.”

But Foxx had high praise for Cruise, who has been taking some lumps in the press lately.

“Tom Cruise is like the Michael Jordan of acting,” Foxx said of his “Collateral” co-star. “He looks like he has everything — and he does. He has never had a fall. So people are looking for him to trip and fall.”

Talking back to the press

U.S. actress Kate Hudson poses for photographers to promote her movie "The Skeleton Key" in Madrid July 22, 2005. The movie opens in Spain on July 29. REUTERS/Susana VeraSusana Vera / X01622

Looks like golden girl Kate Hudson doesn’t always glitter.

Some reporters interviewing Goldie Hawn’s daughter for her new flick “Skeleton Key” say Hudson got a bit caustic with some reporters.

For example, while discussing the weight she dropped for the role, an interviewer for the London Guardian asked if she felt pressure to have a perfect body in Hollywood. “What do you think?” Hudson asked, as she puffed on a cigarette.

The reporter replied that she believed there was, but wanted to know what Hudson thought. “The pressure would come from people like you, wouldn’t it?” Hudson asked.

After “a little sparring” Hudson said the only time she felt pressure was when she had to drop the pounds for “Skeleton Key.” When asked where that pressure came from, Hudson replied, “Unimportant to the moral of the story.” The reporter asked if it was directors or producers, and again got a non-giggly answer: “Unimportant to the moral of the story.”

Another reporter who interviewed Hudson told The Scoop: “She’s not exactly rude. But she acts like she clearly doesn’t want to be interviewed, but she smiles at you all the while.”

Notes from all over

** FILE ** Hilary Duff appears at a promotional kickoff of her Icebreakers' Liquid Ice mints national advertising campaign in New York, in this Feb. 17, 2005, file photo. Duff, 18, and Rob Schneider, 41, will co-host the 2005 Teen Choice Awards, Fox announced Tuesday, July 12, 2005. "The Perfect Man" leading lady and "The Hot Chick" leading man will hand out awards such as Choice Liplock, Choice Movie Chemistry and Choice Male Hottie during the Los Angeles ceremony Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. EDT. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, file)Bebeto Matthews / AP

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