A-List Links: Is Tom Cruise Stealing Katie Holmes' Makeup?

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Happy Friday, CelebLove readers! It seems like lots of dramz is goin' down in H-Town, as Snoop Dogg might put it. Snoop even makes an appearance in this week's round-up. (Guess which soon-to-be princess should be worried about her fiancé's bachelor party getting out of hand?) Read on for some celebrity gossip too juicy to miss...

-We've all heard enough crazy stories about Tom Cruise to last a lifetime, but the National Enquirer's latest might be the funniest. The magazine claims that Tom has taken his self-improvement tactics to a whole other level, beyond working out and wearing shoes with lifts in them. Supposedly, he has been raiding his wife Katie Holmes' makeup drawer!

"Tom is in major midlife crisis mode," said a source. "He’s freaking out over the new lines on his face, the gray hairs on his head and on his face when he shaves. He has started applying Katie’s high-priced facial creams, cleansers and even her makeup - and he loves the results!"

Hmm...Maybe Tom should come out with his own, manly skincare line? If Justin Bieber can have a nail polish collection, then we think the action star should be able to publicly embrace his love of beauty products. [National Enquirer]

-In news that Eva Longoria may be relieved to hear, Tony Parker's supposed mistress Erin Barry, who's also the wife of his teammate Brent Barry, or should we say, soon-to-be ex-wife, considering that the Barrys are in the middle of a divorce too, has released a statement, claiming that not only did she not have an affair but that she is way too busy with her children and law school studies to even address the rumors!

"Unfortunately, because our divorces are occurring at the same time, great speculation has been cast on our friendship. My friendship with Tony Parker had nothing to do with the end of my marriage (which is painful enough without this added drama,) and to assume that we had an affair is naïve, ridiculous, and completely misguided," she wrote. [Celebitchy]